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Windows 7: Unsigned driver installs and works on W7 64bit OS, why?

06 Aug 2012   #11

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by rickford66 View Post
It says Operational under CodeIntegrity. When he double clicked on it, it came up with the following screen. Not sure if it's related. BTW, it says it's a 64 bit OS, and yes, it is W7.
That eventlog entry is very old. I have that entry as well every few months. So no relevant stuff there.

If it's really win7 x64... it sounds impossible!
Try another machine win7 x64... same problem?

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06 Aug 2012   #12

xp pro 32 bit

We only have one W7 64 bit in the building. We got it for the expressed purpose of testing software on W7 64 bit. Now, strange things are afoot.
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 Unsigned driver installs and works on W7 64bit OS, why?

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