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Driver not digitally signed so won't install

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by Fnurky, Aug 23, 2009.

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  1. Fnurky

    Fnurky Thread Starter

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    G'day. I'm trying to install my old VisionPLus DVB-T card into a Windows 7 O/S box and it won't recognise any of the old drivers. When I try to install the TwinHan Digital tv software, Windows can't/ won't install them.

    I've downloaded and tried the latest (DigitalTV 3.4 Build 19-02_20090212) and windows comes up with "Driver not found". I've tried to install in compatability mode but still no good.

    When installing the above, it identifies my card as “PCI CX-87A with MCU DVB-S/-C/-T/ATSC card”.

    Out of all the available drivers on Twinhan's site, which would be the best for my card?

    Thanks
     
  2. Mumbodog

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    64bit Windows 7?

    http://suffolk757.com/blog/2009/03/05/installing-unsigned-drivers-in-windows-7/

    The one written for Vista would be my choice, probably not one for W7 yet, may never be.

    Looks like MS ha removed a way to disable unsigned drivers protection in Vista64, so probably is the same for 7
    http://www.mydigitallife.info/2008/...-cause-drivers-not-found-in-64-bit-vista-x64/
    Looks like unsigned drivers are a no go for x64 Vista and Windows 7, well there are some workarounds in the article above, sounds like a hassle.


    Not sure if this software will work with W7
    http://www.tipandtrick.net/2008/per...iver-signature-signing-with-readydriver-plus/
     
  3. Fnurky

    Fnurky Thread Starter

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    Thanks for your advice.(y) I tried all of it (and some other stuff I found googling but nothing seems to work. Guess it's back to XP for the time being.

    Cheers
     
  4. Mumbodog

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    FYI: 32bit does not have any of the described limitaions for drivers.

    Welcome to TSGF
     
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