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    XP SP3 varifies every driver and boot program?!!

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    by link470 ·

    Wow, I’m having a really wierd issue with XP SP3. Most machines went alright. But I just formatted a new machine here I’m building for a client on the side, installed windows, all new components. I connected to the internet, ran Windows Update and installed drivers as I usually do, however this is doing something I’ve never seen a fresh install of windows do on boot. EVERY TIME Windows boots up, it gives me a security warning of if I want to load each driver. EVERY TIME. Even if I uncheck “always ask before opening this file”. Anyone else come across this yet? Just to see if it was a fluke, I reinstalled 3 times. I’m on my third try. Each time doing drivers, windows update, and office 2003 install in different order.

    Here’s two screenshots I took, right after login.

    http://i198.photobucket.com/albums/aa188/link4scott/sc1.jpg

    http://i198.photobucket.com/albums/aa188/link4scott/sc2.jpg

    It’s really really annoying. I swear I’ve seen something like it befor…

    Oh…Oh wait…

    http://www.windows-guru.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/02/uac1.jpg”

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    • #2564069

      Clarifications

      by link470 ·

      In reply to XP SP3 varifies every driver and boot program?!!

      Clarifications

    • #2564065

      Remnants of Vista ?:|

      by rob miners ·

      In reply to XP SP3 varifies every driver and boot program?!!

      Has Vista previously been installed on this drive. If it has goto Darik.

      You can use the Hard Drive Makers Testing Utility to Test the Drive

      Hitachi / IBM – DFT “Drive Fitness Test”
      http://www.hgst.com/hdd/support/download.htm
      Works with all manufacturers

      Western Digital “Data Lifeguard”
      http://support.wdc.com/download/index.asp#dlgtools
      Works with WD drives only

      Fujitsu “FJDT”
      http://www.fel.fujitsu.com/home/drivers.asp?L=en&CID=1
      Works with fujitsu models only

      Samsung “hutil”
      http://www.samsung.com/Products/Hard…ties/hutil.htm
      Compatability unknown…

      Seagate “Seatools”
      http://www.seagate.com/support/seatools
      Works with Seagate drives only

      If the Drive tests out OK then use this to wipe it. Autonuke should do it.

      Darik’s Boot and Nuke

      http://dban.sourceforge.net/

      Recreate your Partitions and you should be good to go.

    • #2564041

      I will get back to you on this. I will re-install Xp back on.

      by Anonymous ·

      In reply to XP SP3 varifies every driver and boot program?!!

      I will check on this new thing with the SP3.

      Please post back if you have any more problems or questions.

    • #2564899

      That looks like a Digital Signing warning

      by oh smeg ·

      In reply to XP SP3 varifies every driver and boot program?!!

      Where the drivers/software are not Digitally Signed for use with Windows.

      As I have not as yet ventured to installing the SP3 as a new install from scratch I haven’t seen anything like this. But I’ve just finished Slipstreaming SP3 to a Work install Disc so I’ll give that a shot and get back to you.

      Not something that has been mentioned though from M$ in relation to SP3.

      Col

      • #2564670

        OK I’ve just finished doing a Clean Install of XP SP3 on a 3 GIG P4

        by oh smeg ·

        In reply to That looks like a Digital Signing warning

        With 756 MEG of RAM on a SIS M’Board with AC97 Sound.

        It went smoothly without any problems and I’m not getting any Driver Requests to confirm that I want to use them even on the AC97 Sound Drivers which are Not Digitally Singed with M$.

        I’ve installed M$ Office 2003, Word Perfect 12, Corel Draw X4 and a bunch of utilities and haven’t got any requests to approve the installation of any software or hardware.

        Over all it looks smooth with no real problems.

        Just for your Information I slipstreamed SP3 to the XP Volume License CD with nLite I didn’t add any Drivers including the SATA Driver and installed it as if the machine was new on a Blank Wiped HDD. I applied the ASUS Drivers for the M’Board after XP with SP3 was installed and to be quite honest on this hardware it looked like a conventional install with no differences.

        I hope that is of some assistance to you.

        Cheers

        Col

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