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Solved. UAC wasn't disabled when I ran a tool, so it didn't actually apply Closedeyes
Hi,
Does anyone know how to disable driver enforcement on Windows 7? I need to install unsigned drivers but Windows is having a crapfit about it. I can disable it on startup but that's only temporary and annoying. Every 'solution' I've tried also doesn't work Sad
By replacing the driver DLLs in safe mode, that's something I did when I tried overclocking some peripherals.

Before doing anything like this make sure you create a restore point in case something goes wrong.
(2017-08-08 22:06)Adorable Wrote: [ -> ]By replacing the driver DLLs in safe mode, that's something I did when I tried overclocking some peripherals.

Before doing anything like this make sure you create a restore point in case something goes wrong.

Lol how does one overclock a peripheral? What peripherals were they?
I tried pushing the polling rate of an old 125Hz mouse up to 500, you can even OC your monitor, always appreciate the extra performance for free.
(2017-08-08 22:06)Adorable Wrote: [ -> ]By replacing the driver DLLs in safe mode, that's something I did when I tried overclocking some peripherals.

Before doing anything like this make sure you create a restore point in case something goes wrong.

I honestly don't know what you mean? Load Windows 7 in safe mode and install that way or? (the drivers are unsigned so Windows doesn't allow it to be installed if Driver Enforcement is active)

(2017-08-09 03:48)Adorable Wrote: [ -> ]I tried pushing the polling rate of an old 125Hz mouse up to 500, you can even OC your monitor, always appreciate the extra performance for free.

Didn't even know you could OC a mouse lol. GG
Lol how do you overclock a mouse rofl
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