I received a machine with Win 7 Ultimate 32bit installed from a neighbor to look at as he was having issues and it turned out he had a bad stick of RAM. Usually no big deal but I noticed he had a TEST MODE watermark showing on the lower right of his screen. He had several of his friends look aqt the machine before me so I assumed one of them had mistakenly used BCEDIT to turn testsigning off while messing with drivers
. It turns out one of them had decided his problems could be fixed by patching my neighbors legitimate Ultimate installation's kernel with some Russian patched one. The kernel is listed as ntkrlstaforce in BCedit. Similar to this I think: UNAWAVE - 32-bit Windows 7 with full 4 GB or 8 GB RAM support
Anyhow the "testsigning on" is needed obviously for this modified kernel to load. His windows installation will not start or repair or restore. I need to be able to turn back on testsigning in BCEDIT and am having zero luck getting the command to complete successfully from the repair command prompt.
I used bcedit /set testsigning off to turn it off from the command prompt in windows before i rebooted.
I am totally lost using bcedit from the Windows Repair Command Prompt. Can anyone help me to get testsigning turned back on. I cant even get bcedit to list the boot options for me to see if there are mutiple boot options like in the patch i linked to earlier. Maybe just delete the option to use the modified bootloader?
Thanks to anyone and all in advance