RT 7 Lite build - Roland Rubix24 "digitally unsigned" Driver HELP!!

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  1. Bump

    Bump Ultrasonic

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    No matter what I do... I cannot get this build to accept my Rubix audio interface driver.

    "Code Signing for Device Drivers" disabling or ignoring in system services does nothing

    bcdedit /set loadoptions DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS - doesn't work

    I've tried DSEO in conjuction with Test Mode

    and even a batch file someone wrote to force installation of unsigned drivers.

    Note: it appears it IS installing the driver...but it's is showing the device disable or not recognized in device manager. When I force to accept unsigned drivers from advanced startup menu, it will work...but that only works on a per startup basis.

    Please..someone help because this is driving me insane

     
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  3. Olymoon

    Olymoon MODERATOR Staff Member

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    There is a way to sign drivers by yourself. I'll tell you how, when I get home.
     
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    Bump Ultrasonic

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    I'm using the latest driver from the Roland website. I've installed it several times on other Win7 installs just fine.
     
  6. studiodiciassette

    studiodiciassette Kapellmeister

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    it's quite common... i have the same problem when updating my Yamaha drivers from time to time...
    the DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS bat doesnt work properly on seven... you should completly uninstal the incriminated device/driver and then disable the signature check before starting your system...
    [​IMG]
     
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    Bump Ultrasonic

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    this doesn't work either...as soon as I shutdown it disables the driver. I have to do this step EVERY time I boot up. That's what I'm trying to get around.
     
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    Friend RT 7 Lite build can be problem and make problem to solve! here x3 diff solution method may try

    - run driver installer? instead try go device mngr- select device- choose driver .inf file folder [if .exe use some tool universal extractor]- reboot- test

    - rename C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository to \FileRepository1

    install driver- reboot- test- if work rename FileRepository- reboot- test

    -create virtual standart win 7 [no rt 7 strip]- install driver- find new folders/files created- copy > rt 7 lite os- install driver- reboot- test
     
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  9. studiodiciassette

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    mh... if my memory serves me right ReadyDriverPlus can modify your bootloader in order to avoid the "per startup basis" problem...
     
  10. Olymoon

    Olymoon MODERATOR Staff Member

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    Try this Driver Signature Enforcement Overrider
    It's a free software that allows you to sing a driver by yourself.
    I had the same problem with a Roland driver, and it worked.
     
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