Current Position:Home > Has anyone installed the D5259a M70 driver in XP? MS gives warning that it is not logo'd.

Has anyone installed the D5259a M70 driver in XP? MS gives warning that it is not logo'd.

Update:11-30Source: network consolidation
Advertisement
I'm looking at installing a D5259a M70 driver on a Lenovo T60 laptop as a temporary fix.  When I get to the end I get a warning from XP that the driver has not passed compatibility testing and could destabilize the system.  I've only found the one driver so far so would like to know that this has been done before with no ill effects. Thx.

The Best Answer

Advertisement
Well, well, well... Nothing has changed. Somehow or another Adobe has managed to truly take control of Windows 7.
I updated Bridge or more correctly... The Cloud did and every files extension in Bridge had 'none' as the application. Lovely stuff. Now All I want to know is why did Adobe take control of Windows file manager and cause this much grief?
I almost never use the clunky and often impossible to manage Bridge. Simple freeware... Irfanview is way more elegant than Bridge and 10 times more useful IMO.
Well thanks for the heads up Curt. I never considered the full implication of giving Adobe the freedom to add and remove whatever they wanted to... Forget the don't fix what isnt broken thing... Just pour everything we've got in the cloud onto all the  members PCs, eh? Hard drives are cheap and hey, what are forums for when things go wrong if it isn't to keep Adobe informed of bugs they can silently fix and pour 'em back into the cloud as fixes.
Ha,ha you just gotta love progress eh?
This is really going to take on. I can see it now... For every mess up of a PC -- "THE CLOUD DID IT"!!!