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Driver not digitally signed...


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SameerPrehistorica

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I use Drivermax to download drivers.Most of the time i see Drivers which i need are not digitally signed.Rarely i see a driver which i need signed by microsoft.But the company is Intel only.

Is it good to download a driver which is not digitally signed by microsoft ?
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as long as you get the driver from the actual manufacturer it should be fine
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Thanks...
One doubt, Can any other person create a driver and post it in driver sites pretending like any real manufacturer ?

Can anyone from driver sites able to identify this ?

Is that happened before ?
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