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Windows 7: Installing RMClock Utility (W7 7232)


11 Jul 2009   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 
Installing RMClock Utility (W7 7232)

Hey,

I have another computer I'm working on here (not the one in my listed system specs) that is having a slight heat problem. It has more than enough power for what it does, so I'm looking to underclock/undervolt the processor by a small amount. Unfortunately, the system's BIOS does not allow me access to the CPU settings.

I want to use the software program RMClock 2.35, as I have had success with it in the past (on Vista). But RMClock's driver is not digitally signed, so Windows 7 won't let me install it. Is there any way around this problem?

Thanks,
- Phil

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12 Jul 2009   #2

Windows 7
 
 

BCXtreme

I think a recent update made it unable to run Digitally Signed drivers. You probably have to wait until the drivers are digitally signed.

However, this solution was posted somewhere else and may work for you.

Quote:
Open command prompt as administrator or elevated mode, run this command:

Code:
bcdedit.exe -set loadoptions DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS
bcdedit.exe -set TESTSIGNING ON

Restart the computer to take effect.
Good Luck.
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12 Jul 2009   #3

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by pestbest View Post
BCXtreme

I think a recent update made it unable to run Digitally Signed drivers. You probably have to wait until the drivers are digitally signed.

However, this solution was posted somewhere else and may work for you.

Good Luck.
I'll give that a try. I hope it works, because the drivers are not going to be digitally signed, as the creators of RMClock disappeared and abandoned the project a while ago.
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13 Jul 2009   #4
KTT

windows seven
 
 

You can start RMClock via Task Scheduler + Check the Run with highest privileges box

see Elevated Program Shortcut without UAC Prompt - Create tutorial
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13 Jul 2009   #5

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 
unsigned driver

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by BCXtreme View Post
Hey,

I have another computer I'm working on here (not the one in my listed system specs) that is having a slight heat problem. It has more than enough power for what it does, so I'm looking to underclock/undervolt the processor by a small amount. Unfortunately, the system's BIOS does not allow me access to the CPU settings.

I want to use the software program RMClock 2.35, as I have had success with it in the past (on Vista). But RMClock's driver is not digitally signed, so Windows 7 won't let me install it. Is there any way around this problem?

Thanks,
- Phil
Hey phil there is a tutorial in the tutorial section telling how to run an unsigned driver. what makes you think you have a heat issue?

Ken
My System SpecsSystem Spec
18 Jul 2009   #6

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by KTT View Post
You can start RMClock via Task Scheduler + Check the Run with highest privileges box

see Elevated Program Shortcut without UAC Prompt - Create tutorial
Isn't that essentially the same thing as right-clicking the program and hitting "Run as administrator"? Won't it still deny access to the unsigned driver?

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zigzag3143 View Post
Hey phil there is a tutorial in the tutorial section telling how to run an unsigned driver. what makes you think you have a heat issue?

Ken
I looked at that tutorial, but I didn't see any way to make it permanent. This driver needs to be able to run seamlessly every time the PC starts.

As for the heat issue, well it's just that the temperatures being reported by SpeedFan are higher than normal for this CPU. I lost two computers to heat just in the past year, so I'm trying to be extremely cautious with this one.
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20 Jul 2009   #7
KTT

windows seven
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by BCXtreme View Post
Isn't that essentially the same thing as right-clicking the program and hitting "Run as administrator"? Won't it still deny access to the unsigned driver?
I think - No.
It works fine and permanent. Did You try it?
You can find some info here http://forum.rightmark.org/topic.cgi?id=6:942
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24 Jun 2011   #8

Win7/x64
 
 

Signed driver for RMClock (64bit) can be found in the net - but as RMClock is now quite old it has no idea for instance about my 720QM processor - no temperature etc.
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