Permanently disable Driver Signing enforcement in 64bit  

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  1. Posts : 51
    Windows 7 x64
       #1

    Permanently disable Driver Signing enforcement in 64bit


    -F8 on reboot only does it for the session.

    -"/bcdedit -set loadoptions \”DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS" does not work.

    -GpEdit.msc editting does not work.

    Can this be done?
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  2. Posts : 8,399
    ultimate 64 sp1
       #2

    have you tried driver signature enforcement overrider?

    it worked for me a couple of builds back. (i don't need it any more)

    you only need to run it once, to turn it 'on'; then run it again at any time in the future to turn it 'off'.

    happy overriding!
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  3. Posts : 51
    Windows 7 x64
    Thread Starter
       #3

    Yes that works but for a different reason. It's not really disabling anything, but having you run in a developers "Test Mode" all the time... the consequences of which aren't really known. Not a good solution imo
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  4. Posts : 8,399
    ultimate 64 sp1
       #4

    the consequences of permanently disabling driver signing enforcement (your original request) aren't really known either, but you asked how to do it because the methods you had tried failed.

    i told you how to do it and now you're scared. if you can find a way of achieving your goal whilst knowing all possible future consequences, then do please let us know.
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  5. Posts : 51
    Windows 7 x64
    Thread Starter
       #5

    mickey megabyte said:
    the consequences of permanently disabling driver signing enforcement (your original request) aren't really known either, but you asked how to do it because the methods you had tried failed.

    i told you how to do it and now you're scared. if you can find a way of achieving your goal whilst knowing all possible future consequences, then do please let us know.
    What? They aren't even remotely the same thing. I want to disable a feature that has zero consequences as long as you control what is installed on your computer. You're running windows in a modified test mode built so developers could play around, and while running in this mode will never be able to be sure if its effecting future actions/installs because that isn't what its built for.

    Thanks for your advice, but I asked for a solution and not a workaround.
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  6. Posts : 8,399
    ultimate 64 sp1
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    Celeras said:
    while running in this mode will never be able to be sure if its effecting future actions/installs because that isn't what its built for.
    well maybe it isn't built to have driver signing permanently disabled either.
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  7. Posts : 51
    Windows 7 x64
    Thread Starter
       #7

    mickey megabyte said:
    well maybe it isn't built to have driver signing permanently disabled either.
    Which is completely different then disabling it every reboot? Quit trolling.
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  8. Posts : 238
    Windows 8.1 Enterprise
       #8

    Celeras stop whining, the man gave u a solution,
    I've used the same solution for my win 7 x64 RTM installation, working on "test mode"
    so i could install my 1998 TV card with modified drivers.

    so far (month) no problems what so ever and i didn't notice the slightest change between test and normal mode.

    this is probably the best solution anyone could offer for his issue.
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  9. Posts : 51
    Windows 7 x64
    Thread Starter
       #9

    Thanks for the input, but alternatives are not solutions:)
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  10. Posts : 1
    Windows 7
       #10

    Celeras said:
    Thanks for the input, but alternatives are not solutions:)
    Ok... how about this solution:

    use a signed driver.
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