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#* Right Click on the start menu, and select "'''Command Prompt (Admin)'''" or "'''Windows PowerShell (Admin)'''"
 
#* Right Click on the start menu, and select "'''Command Prompt (Admin)'''" or "'''Windows PowerShell (Admin)'''"
 
#* Hit "'''Win+X'''", and then "'''A'''"
 
#* Hit "'''Win+X'''", and then "'''A'''"
# Type "<pre>bcdedit /set testsigning on</pre>", and hit "enter".
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# Type "bcdedit /set testsigning on", and hit "enter".
 
#: You should see "The operation completed successfully" in response to this.
 
#: You should see "The operation completed successfully" in response to this.
 
# Reboot.
 
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# Load the boot menu for Windows.
 
# Load the boot menu for Windows.
#: This can be reached by running "<pre>shutdown -r -t 0 -o</pre>", or holding the Shift button when selecting the Restart option in Windows.
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#: This can be reached by running "shutdown -r -t 0 -o", or holding the Shift button when selecting the Restart option in Windows.
 
# Select the "'''Troubleshoot'''" option in the boot menu
 
# Select the "'''Troubleshoot'''" option in the boot menu
 
# Select the "'''Advanced options'''" entry.  
 
# Select the "'''Advanced options'''" entry.  

Latest revision as of 10:39, 4 March 2018

Due to some newer requirements for driver signing, and requirements for Windows Logo Certification, it may be necessary to enable Test signing for beta builds of the software.


When to Use

This may be necessary when using future beta versions of our software.

Steps

  1. Open an elevated Command Prompt. This can be done by doing one of the following
    • Right Click on the start menu, and select "Command Prompt (Admin)" or "Windows PowerShell (Admin)"
    • Hit "Win+X", and then "A"
  2. Type "bcdedit /set testsigning on", and hit "enter".
    You should see "The operation completed successfully" in response to this.
  3. Reboot.

Once you've done this, you should see "Test Mode" in the bottom right corner, right above Windows version.

Alternative Steps

  1. Load the boot menu for Windows.
    This can be reached by running "shutdown -r -t 0 -o", or holding the Shift button when selecting the Restart option in Windows.
  2. Select the "Troubleshoot" option in the boot menu
  3. Select the "Advanced options" entry.
  4. Select the "Startup Settings" entry, and hit the "Restart" button.
  5. Hit "7" or "F7" to select the "Disable driver signature enforcement" option.

Once you've done this, you should see "Test Mode" in the bottom right corner, right above Windows version.