Download a simple tool to automatically disable and enable Windows Driver Signature Enforcement mechanism. This tool is basically a simple CMD script made to automate arduous task on disabling Windows Driver Signature. For your information, Microsoft has started to enforce “Digital Signature Enforcement” mechanism for installation of unsigned driver software. Without this feature being disabled, any unsigned driver will not be able to run flawlessly even though it has been installed successfully. Previously, we have also posted the step-by-step tutorial about how to either permanently or temporarily disable the feature on any version of Windows from Windows 7, 8, 8.1, and Windows 10.
How to use
Step 1 – Download the .zip file above and extract it. The package contains two files: DRIVER SIGNATURE DISABLE and DRIVER SIGNATURE ENABLE. The name of each file implies what is the file for.
Step 2 – How to disable? Simply right-click on the DRIVER-SIGNATURE-DISABLE.cmd file and choose “Run as administrator”. Your computer will then automatically Sign out and Restart. Once Windows finished booting on your computer, you will see “Test Mode” message appears in the right-hand corner of the screen. This indicates you are now in Test Mode and Windows Driver Signature has been disabled.
Step 4 – How to re-enable? Once you have finished installing necessary software during the Test Mode (with Driver Signature being disabled), you can now re-enable the Signature enforcement. This is essentials to prevent any unwanted software from being installed beyond your awareness. You can enable Windows Driver Signature again by right-clicking on DRIVER-SIGNATURE-ENABLE.cmd and choose “Run as administrator”.
Your computer will then automatically restart and once it reboots, your computer is back to normal mode.