How To Disable Error Messages While Installing Drivers

While installing driver for any purpose, Your Windows XP system might prevents you to install the software driver, specially when it is not signed by Microsoft. If you are techy guy and need to install many driver for your purpose, this error may annoy you to peak.  The default error messages could appear like this:

“The software you are installing for this hardware: “hardware name” has not passed Windows Logo testing to verify its compatibility with Windows XP”

Tough, I have found some steps to manually disable any error messages. Doing this will easily install as many driver as you want without showing any error messages.
All you need is just to follow the below mentioned steps:

  • Right Click on 'My Computer' and choose the option 'Properties'.
  • Go to the 'Hardware' tab and then click on 'Driver signing' Get idea from the below image:                                                                                                                         
  • Tick the radio button stating ' Ignore – Install the software anyway and don’t ask for my approval.'
That's it. You are all set to go. From next time onwords, you don't need to close those annoying error messages and can install any desired software.
All the best!!

How To Test Computer Memory Problems in Windows Vista

If you are using Vista and suffering from some memory issues, then here is a good chance that you can fix it on your own and it usually takes less than two minutes.

To do so, follow the simple steps mentioned below:
  1. Click on Start and type 'Memory' in the search box.
  2. A program named 'Memory diagnostics tool' will be  highlighted. Click on it to open the program.
  3. Pop up Windows will open which ask you to perform the memory test immediately or the next time you restart your PC. 
  4. Chose the preferred option. For the time being, you should click on 'recommended' option to run the test immediately after restarting the PC. 
  5. After choosing the recommended methods, you will see a Windows named 'Vista Memory Diagnostics tool'.

     6. You can also do the same thing using command prompt. To do so, Select  
         'Advanced start up option', on next screen you should probably see the 
         option of memory diagnostics utility as dictated in the picture below:

           Note: To go to the the above screen, Simply holding the 'F8' key.

Please post your comment below if you couldn't able to solve problem on your own or facing any other problem related to 'Windows Memory diagnostics utility'.