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But you can avoid the more restrictive driver-signing requirements by disabling Secure Boot.
Before you begin, keep in mind: Microsoft isn’t just trying to make your life harder here.
To do this, get to the Windows 8 or 10 advanced boot options menu. Click the “Restart” button to restart your PC into the Startup Settings screen.
For example, you can hold down the Shift key while you click the “Restart” option in Windows. Select the “Troubleshoot” tile on the Choose an option screen that appears. Type “7” or “F7” at the Startup Settings screen to activate the “Disable driver signature enforcement” option.
You’ll need to disable Secure Boot in your computer’s UEFI firmware (also known as its BIOS) to enable test signing mode. You’ll see the “Test Mode” watermark appear at the bottom right corner of your desktop and you’ll be free to install whatever unsigned drivers you want. (They should be in alphabetical order.) 6) After you click on it, there is a settings box below all the add-ons. 5) Scroll down to the Windows Genuine Advantage add-on. If an application is running under an account that does not have access control list (ACL) permission to access that registry key, the setting is ineffective.
You must ensure that ACL rights are configured for this key so that it can be read for all assemblies.You’re now free to install drivers that haven’t been officially signed by Microsoft.