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Disable Driver Signing Policy during setup?

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orale

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My problem is even worth, I was updating the drivers and on the middle of it, the USB stopped responding and at the same time, Windows is asking me if I want to continue with the drivers that are not signed

The problem is that my Keyb and Mouse are USB and I have no way to communicate to Windows

I've changed the registry by using wininternals regedit from BartPE but no luck, still asking for my answer to install the driver

Re-install is pretty much the only fix for the many Windows problems, however I want to try my luck with hacking syssetup.dll - But if it were just a matter of hacking syssetup.dll, then the hardware manufacturer can do the same so the point of PrivateHash makes no sense

Anyway, can you help me with more information about how to modify syssetup.dll?


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SFC wont run if u do that hack

I'd just like to ask... is this really true? Does patching syssetup.dll really break SFC?

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Use hex edit to hack syssetup.dll:
find string"D.r.i.v.e.r. S.i.g.n.i.n.g. P.o.l.i.c.y.s.e.e.k. d"
replace"s.e.e.k.d" with"I.g.n.o.r.e" :)


This doesn't work in XP x64 and I doubt it would work in XP x86. There is a similar section but with no chance of setting anything.

You can turn off Driver Signing easy by making simple changes to Windows Setup CD.

- For install place these two strings under [Unattended] section in WINNT.SIF

DriverSigningPolicy=Ignore
NonDriverSigningPolicy=Ignore

- For after install change these strings in HIVESFT.INF

HKLM,"SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Driver Signing",,0x00000010
to
HKLM,"SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Driver Signing",,0x00000000

HKLM,"SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Non-Driver Signing",,0x00000010
to
HKLM,"SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Non-Driver Signing",,0x00000000

Voila! XD

Edited by VantageNoir, 09 February 2013 - 04:28 PM.





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