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I have been trying to get my puter to recognize the usb data cable for a week. Whenever a load driver software I get a message stating microsoft digitally signed, which I assume is stopping the computer from completing download. Computer has never recognized cable. OS windows 2000
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Hello imaidiot101...

I'm assuming that the error you receive is saying in effect "This driver has not been digitally signed". This just means that at the time your operating system was released, this driver had not been submitted for or had not passed Microsoft's compatability testing. You should be offered the choice to use it anyway. If the device lists your operating system in it's system requirements, you should be able to use it. However, it sure wouldn't hurt to visit the device manufacturer's website and see if there are any updated drivers available.

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