In this tutorial we are going How to Install Unsigned drivers by disabling driver signature enforcement on Windows 8/8.1 & 10.
Each and every hardware device attached to your Windows PC needs hardware drivers in order to work properly. The hardware drivers have low-level access to your Windows system so that they can work as they should. Since the drivers get access to the kernel, Windows requires those drivers to be officially signed. Any driver that doesn’t have the official driver signature from Microsoft will not be allowed to install on Windows. However, there will be times when you need to install unofficial drivers, unsigned drivers, or even old drivers with no digital signature. In those cases, refer to the instructions below on how to install unsigned drivers in Windows 10. This article will show you three different methods on how to do it, perform the one you find the most comfortable for you. Sony Vaio Vpceh Drivers Windows 10.
NOTE: Checking driver signatures is a security feature, and disabling it is not recommended. Only install unsigned drivers from trusted sources. Installing Unsigned Drivers From Advanced Boot Menu The easiest way to install unsigned drivers is to use the Windows 10 Advanced Boot menu. To do that: STEP 1: Press the Windows key + [X] key combination, then navigate to Shut down or sign out. STEP 2: Press [Shift] + left click on the Restart option. NOTE: The action above will take you to the Advanced Boot menu. STEP 3: Under Choose an option, select Troubleshoot.
STEP 4: In the Troubleshoot section, select Advanced options. STEP 5: Next, select Start-up Settings. NOTE: The Start-up Settings option will allow you to boot your Windows system in different modes. STEP 6: Simply click on the Restart button to continue. STEP 7: Since you will install unsigned drivers, press [F7] on your keyboard to select the 7th option “Disable driver signature enforcement.” STEP 8: Proceed in installing any unsigned driver you want.