Disable control required signatures from drivers under Windows 8 and 10 (64-bit) [Full Guide]

12:25 am January 27, 20178371TIPS

versions 64 bits of Windows 8 and 10 incorporate a feature ‘ required the signatures of drivers control “which allows to load only the drivers that have been signed by Microsoft. To install unofficial drivers, former unsigned drivers or drivers that you have developed yourself, you must disable the mandatory control of signatures of drivers . That’s the whole point of this article that will show you how!

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required the signatures of drivers control is a security feature that ensures that only the drivers who have been approved by Microsoft are loaded by the Windows kernel (kernel). This prevents malware from infiltrating the core of Windows. Be so sure what you are doing, do not force any driver installation!

method n ° 1: by activating the “Test-Signing” mode

Windows incorporates a “Test-Signing” or mode test which allows disable drivers signatures mandatory control. Mandatory control of signatures of pilots will remain disabled as long as the test mode will remain active. You will see a watermark in the bottom right of your screen on the desktop, informing you that the test mode .

open the admin mode command prompt via the quick link menu (keys Windows + X ).

and enter the following command:

 bcdedit/set testsigning on 

you should get the message: “ successful “. ” Now restart your PC so that the deactivation of the mandatory control of signatures of drivers is taken into account.

If you have the following messages:

an error occurred when setting the element data.

the value is protected by secure boot policy, and cannot be changed or deleted.

This means that the Secure Boot is enabled in effictive UEFI from your PC. You must therefore disable Secure Boot in the parameters of the effictive UEFI to your computer for test mode.

If you are concerned, click on the following link to know how to turn off the Secure Boot . Once the Secure Boot disabled, enter again the previous command to activate the test mode and then restart your PC.

after restarting your PC, you will see the watermark “test Mode” appear in the bottom right of your screen on the desktop.

that is, you can now install unsigned in Windows drivers 😉

for exit test and re-enable required the signatures of drivers control, open the admin mode command prompt and enter the following command:

 bcdedit/set testsigning off 

then restart your PC for the mode test is disabled .

method n ° 2: using advanced startup options

you can also use the advanced startup options to start Windows 8 or 10 with the required the signatures of pilots control disabled . This is one temporary method. The next time you restart Windows, this will start with the obligatory control of signatures of drivers on .

access startup options advanced . For example: click on the Windows logo in the bottom left to open the start menu, then click on the power button (1) then while holding down the shift , -Click restart .

select troubleshooting.

and Advanced Options.

click parameters.

and finally, click on the button restart to access the Windows boot parameters.

press 7 on your keyboard for disable mandatory signatures of drivers control.

that is, you can now install unsigned in Windows drivers 😉

just restart your PC for reactivate the mandatory control of signatures of drivers .

source: How – To Geek