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Windows 7: unsigned drivers

16 Aug 2011   #1
wizzards

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unsigned drivers

Hello ,I have been using a kensington expert mouse on win 7 64bit ,and i have just tried out the kensington beta trackball works for win7 64 bit, it works great ,apart from the driver not being signed by MS,I have found that by pressing f8 and allowing windows to work with unsigned drivers the program is fine ,untill i reboot!!! when if I allow win to load normally it does not see the expert mouse ,if I reboot again and use the f8 trick it works fine .this is a bit boring to have to do every time i start my pc ,so can any clever person tel me a way to work with a unsigned driver that will allow me continued use of the trackballworks ,by the way trackballworks betea 32 bit works fine with my 32 bit vers of win 7
many thanks for any help you can give
peter


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16 Aug 2011   #2
Maguscreed

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There are permanent ways but it requires a little tweaking.
Here's the top result off google so I'm assuming it's one of the better methods.
How to Install & use unsigned drivers in Windows Vista/7 x64 - TechSpot OpenBoards
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