I'm trying (and trying, and trying, and trying) to install v9.11 drivers, but Windows says NO! because the drivers are "not digitally signed" or some crap. I, myself, am quite sure that the drivers are perfectly safe. But Windows cares so much, is so concerned for my and my computer's well-being! Well, thank you so much, Windows! I really appreciate your concern! I mean where would I be without it!... Piece of s***! How do I turn that "feature" off so that I can just install the damn drivers? (Yes, I know they're older drivers, but I'm installing them temporarily for a particular purpose.) Thanks in advance!
Are you using a 64-bit version of Windows Vista, by any chance?
No. I'm using WinXP Pro w/SP3 for 32-bit systems. And my video-card is an ATI Radeon HD 4670 w/1GB VRAM via AGP.
Can you give us screenshots and stuff of the error? I have no idea what you're talking about, and I've never seen the likes of that before.
Dont need signed drivers in 32bit. Dunno what you're talking about
I remember having such an error message with digital signing stuff, but I have no clue what it was about and it didn't make a problem or so.
Maybe you jsut have wrong/bad version. No viruses or so, but just incompatible with your version?