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I get the same error. Unsigned driver.
You can disable signed driver checkin in vista 64 by pressing f8 before startup and turning off check for signed drivers. Had to do that for my tuner card until they released a signed driver for it.
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post #102 of 105
Maybe Vista was cleverly named...for this particular reason. Hmmm
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How come this one is not lock yet but the thread about the FBI spying our PC got locked? http://www.overclock.net/news-overcl...ll-jacked.html
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There's something wrong with this...

If the United States government was spying on us all on our computers don't you think they would be smart enough to avoid being detected and foiled by a piece of free software?

What does the government have to gain from this? The amount of data they would have to sort would be so extraordinarily vast that they would need massive farms of people and computers to sort and detect any threats.

Wouldn't that also mean that the government was spying on all the people overseas that have Vista installed?

I don't buy this for one second.
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There's something wrong with this...

If the United States government was spying on us all on our computers don't you think they would be smart enough to avoid being detected and foiled by a piece of free software?

What does the government have to gain from this? The amount of data they would have to sort would be so extraordinarily vast that they would need massive farms of people and computers to sort and detect any threats.

Wouldn't that also mean that the government was spying on all the people overseas that have Vista installed?

I don't buy this for one second.
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