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Old 07-14-2018, 15:37
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Originally Posted by DavidXanatos View Post
interesting...

why not just enable driver self signing (test-mode)
There is even a nice tool to do it with a few clicks only: https://www.heise.de/download/product/driver-signature-enforcement-overrider-71186/download

1.) Start the dseo13b.exe, on win 7 and 8 select "Enable Test Mode" and press next. (you end up at the same screen in the end select exit and next to quit)

1b.) I noticed that on win 10 the option inside the tool to enable test mode no longer works, but you can still do it manually by running "bcdedit /set testsigning on" in a elevated command prompt.

2.) reboot, check for the ugly watermark on the desktop (there are other tools to remove those if its to much of an eye sore)

3.) start dseo13b.exe, select "Sign a System File" and enter the path to the *.sys file, and press next.

voila you can load the driver.
no need to fiddle with the boot menu on every boot.

PS: On windows 10 machines with newer windows 10 builds you will need to disable secure boot in BIOS for self signing to be permitted.

Cheers
David X.
Did you realize that the post you are replying to is a FOUR YEAR OLD post ?

Your suggested solution has been discussed at length in this forum already (pls do a search)
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