SC Windows 64bit Digitally Signed Enforcement issue

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SC Windows 64bit Digitally Signed Enforcement issue

Postby SiteAdmin » 09 Sep 2010, 21:27

**With the lastest driver on this site SC no longer need this hack in order to work on 64bits Windows 7.

Digitally Signed Driver was meant to be a good idea. It check your driver to see if it is safe to use in the system. To get the a file digitally signed the driver company have to pay Microsoft a yearly fee around $500. Before the 64bit Windows when a driver isn't signed it give you an option to install it anyway. But in 64bit Microsoft decided to block you from using unsigned driver totally and forcing the programming firms to pay up.

But there are ways to work around it, here are 2 methods that you would around the Internet

Method 1 - Non Permanent Option

When the machine start up, Press F8 in the Advanced Option screen choose "Disable Driver Signature Enforcement"
However this is not permanent and you have to do it every time in order to use our driver.

F8.jpg
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Method 2 -Software Option

Driver Signature Enforcement Overrider 1.3b (freeware)
dseo13b.zip
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More information on how to use can be found here:
http://www.ngohq.com/home.php?page=dseo
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