How To Disable Driver Signature Enforcement On Windows PC

METHODS INVOLVED IN fixing Driver Signature Enforcement on Windows 


I know most of you will wanna turn down this topic thinking you're not gonna need it, but in the nearest future you're all gonna come rushing back to this topic, but before I proceed I wanna thank the Sucesstechz forum for this cool PC trick. 

Disabling driver signature on windows pc gives you the opportunity to install some unsupported h@cking, flashing, and cracking app in your pc which you won't be allowed to install on a normal ground, stay tuned with us cause more tips that requires you disabling driver signature are coming up.
Today I will be showing you all a detailed guide on how to disable driver signature on windows 7, windows 8 /8.1 and windows 10.



How To Disable Driver Signature On 
Note: Restart your PC to automatically enable driver signature enforcement
Windows 10
This particular procedure works with all windows pc , but I have alternative guide for other windows below.
To disable driver signature enforcement windows 10 and other windows, You have to
⇨ Press and hold the SHIFT button on your keyboard then restart your pc by clicking the restart option.
⇨ Your PC will boot instantly into an Advance Startup Menu.
⇨ Click Troubleshoot 
⇨Click Advance Options
⇨Click on Startup Settings
⇨Now Click Restart
⇨ Here on the Startup Settings You will see many options but what you need to do is in Number 7.
So press 7 or F7 to disable driver signature enforcement and you're done
Windows 7
→Hit the Win+R keys together to open the run dialog
→Type gpedit.msc to open the local groups policy editor
→Expand ‘Administrative Templates’ (it’s under ‘User Configuration’)
Expand ‘System’. Click ‘driver Installation’
→In the right panel, double click on ‘Code Signing for Device Drivers’
→Choose ‘Enabled’ in the window that appears.
→In the underlying options, choose ‘Ignore’
→This disables drivers signing in Windows 7, and now you can install unsigned drivers in Windows 7.
→Click Apply, OK. Restart your computer to install unsigned drivers 

Windows 8 and 8.1
=>Press and hold the Windows key and press the letter C to open charm menu
=>click the gear/settings icon > More PC Settings > General
=>Under Advanced Startup , click Restart Now


==> Note: In Windows 8.1, The "Restart Now" button has moved to :
=>PC Setting -> Update & Recovery -> 
Recovery.
→After restarting click: 
=>Troubleshoot > Advanced options > Windows Startup Settings > Restart
→After restarting ur PC choose 
⇨ Press the F7 key or press the letter 7 to Disable driver signature enforcement
Now start installing unsigned drivers manually.
Kelvin Alexander 

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