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Old 07-29-07, 09:33 PM   #25
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Installed this shiz and I couldn't get back up on my network or internet. Tried system restore and reinstalling and same thing. S omething about some component service dependancy issues. Ended up trying the F8 "disable enforced driver signing" thing and that worked. Kinda wierd but I'm fine with disablign that I guess.
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Old 07-29-07, 09:35 PM   #26
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They are working fine on Vista 32bit. Seems people with 64bit are having some issues.
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Old 07-29-07, 09:56 PM   #27
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Also noticed a new raid controller driver on windows update - newer than the one in 15.01 -- 995.
does this updated driver fixes VSO engine issues?
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Old 07-29-07, 10:44 PM   #28
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After reboot, Vista wouldn't load drivers from Rivaturner, also the Vista version of Peerguardian2. It was just a signing issue though, once I bypassed the x64 signed driver requirement they both loaded fine.

If this happened with x32 the updates may have had other effects.
how did you disable the driver signing requirement?

i tried 3 things no success
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Old 07-29-07, 10:49 PM   #29
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I installed these on Vista x86 and had no issues. I did notice that copying files is ALOT quicker now...
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Old 07-29-07, 11:12 PM   #30
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how did you disable the driver signing requirement?

i tried 3 things no success
F8 on boot seems to be the only method that works with these. Previously the BCD settings would hold, now they seem to do nothing.
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Old 07-29-07, 11:17 PM   #31
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F8 method is useless, only works once, needs to do with every single time
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Old 07-29-07, 11:18 PM   #32
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how did you disable the driver signing requirement?
I use Vistabootpro. It'll let you turn off driver signing completely. Then you don't have to worry about hitting f8 at boot again. You can turn it back on any time you want if needed.
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Old 07-29-07, 11:21 PM   #33
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does it still work after these new updates?

edit: doesn't work after these updates
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**** this

vista has been working fine for me before.

uninstalling these hotfixes, i want my rivatuner and peerguardian to work
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Old 07-30-07, 01:57 AM   #35
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I have confirmed that #938979 invalidates the documented permanent signed driver bypass (i.e. BCDEDIT.exe /set loadoptions DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS) for Vista x64. If you need to use unsigned drivers for Rivatuner, Peerguardian2, etc. and don't want to use F8 on every boot, don't install this hotfix. As far as I know there is no other way to permanently disable the driver signing enforcement.

The other hotfix #938194 is fine to install, alas it did not resolve the nvlddmkm errors in SLI mode.
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you couldn't install them because they aren't up yet ??
http://www.aeroxp.org/board/index.ph...dpost&p=109097
Yes they are?
They are not published hotfixes so cannot be requested in the way that thread mentions - where you can request hotfixes thru a web form.

The only way they were reeased was thru the Windows 2008 serve beta on Connect.

Seems they also plug a whle with driver signing on x64, but i use x86.
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