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How To Disable Driver Signature Enforcement in Windows 10

How To Disable Driver Signature  Enforcement in Windows 10

Follow Following Steps After Success Restart Just Install Any Driver U Want 

Use the following steps to disable driver

signature enforcement.

Click the Start menu and select Settings.

Click Update and Security.

Click on Recovery.

Click Restart now under Advanced Startup.

Click Troubleshoot.

Click Advanced options.

Click Startup Settings.

Click on Restart.

Now Install Any Driver U Want Issue Solved

Disable Driver Signature enforcement on Windows 10

There are three options available to you,
  1. Use Advanced Boot Menu
  2. Enable Test Signing Mode
  3. Disable Device Driver Signing.

1] Use Advanced Boot Menu

Hold down the Shift key while choosing the “Restart” option in Windows. Your computer will restart with Advanced Options. From the list of options displayed, select the “Troubleshoot” tile.

Next, select “Advanced options” and hit the “Startup Settings” tile.

Next, select the “Restart” button to restart your PC on the Startup Settings screen.

You will see the following screen on restart. Press the 7 keyboard key to activate the “Disable driver signature enforcement” option.

Once done, your PC will reboot with driver signature enforcement disabled, and you’ll be able to install unsigned drivers.

If a message is displayed on the screen reading “The value is protected by Secure Boot policy”, it means Secure Boot is enabled for your computer’s UEFI firmware. Disable it in your computer’s UEFI Firmware Settings to enable test signing mode via Advanced Startup Options

Restart your computer to enter test mode. A “Test Mode” watermark should be visible in the bottom right corner of your computer screen. When you see this, it indicates no restriction for installing unsigned or not verified drivers.
That’s it!
You need to know that Driver Signing is a security feature that protects your system and you should consider re-enabling it as soon as it is possible..

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