SClausMKC

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  1. I solved my issue with this. It says that it does not work with Win 7 x64, but it worked just fine for me. Disable User Account Control (UAC) and reboot; Go to Start and type cmd in the search box; Right-click on cmd.exe (should be at the top of the list) and select Run as administrator; In the newly created command prompt box, type the following (pressing enter after each line): Code: bcdedit /set testsigning on bcdedit /set loadoptions DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS Note: DDISABLE is NOT a typo! Install the problematic driver and reboot; Your driver should now load successfully and you may now enable UAC!
  2. I have this same issue on a Windows Ultimate SP1 machine. I have set the Code Signing for Device Drivers to ignore as per another help forum, but it did nothing for me. I have also tried to install the older 4.0.2, but had the same issue.