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  • How to way Permanently disable driver signature enforcement in Windows 10 Pro version

    below two method are not working. My laptop is Dell Latitude E6410

    Method 1:

    1. Open Command prompt (Admin) by right clicking on start button.
    2. Then type the command: bcdedit /set testsigning off.

    Note: If you see a message saying the value is “protected by Secure Boot policy”, that means Secure Boot is enabled in your computer’s UEFI firmware which can be disabled from BIOS.  

     

    Method 2:

    1. Restart your computer by pressing the shift key.
    2. You will be on a blue screen asking you to “Choose an Option”.
    3. Then select “Troubleshoot” from the options.
    4. Then click on “Advanced Options”.
    5. Then click on “Startup Settings”.
    6. Then click on “Restart”.
    7. Then your Computer will start and ask you to press a number to choose the option.
    8. Please press 7 or F7 to “disable driver signature Enforcement”.

    Tuesday, April 21, 2020 2:46 PM