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Unhappy driver signing enforcement - 03-26-2010, 20:01 | posts: 503 | Location: Denmark

Hello
Here's my problem. I bought a new laptop from sony which came with a downclocked GT330m. I thought I could just install rivatuner and overclock it. no big deal.
When I launch rivatuner however I get this message: driver signing enforcement must be deactivated...disable now and reboot? which doesn't work. I googled it and found some commands to disable it but it doesn't work. I am about to try some registry changes but wanted to know if you have some other solution?
Never have I encountered this problem and I often install beta drivers from nvidia.
   
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Default 03-26-2010, 20:16 | posts: 1,870 | Location: London

Its because you are running x64.
RT does have a signed driver though, so can use it without messing around.
   
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