Tut: Using ReadyDriver Plus on Windows 7 (x86/x64)

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by MerolaC, Oct 12, 2009.

  1. MerolaC

    MerolaC Ancient Guru

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    Lol, even his name express the "thankful's"

    And you're welcome!
     
  2. ixion455

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    Thanks guys! I have now set up the readydriverplus to launch Windows 7 without driver enforcement stuff... I have no idea what the actual button are to get to the menu, it usually is F8, but in windows 7 it gets me to a boot menu. Readydriverplus had no problem whatsoever. =)

    With the "hidusbf" file I do now have 500hz on my mouse! Thx so much guys.
     
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    b0gd4n New Member

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    hi guys.
    I installed this thing and it work great.

    but now i want to get rid of it....how do i do this?

    i uninstalled the program from control panel. but when i boot, it still does the same thing...
     
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    onemoar Master Guru

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    GRUB chain loads changing the windows boot loader will have NO effect

    BIOS > GRUB > windows loader > windows os
     

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    I hear more people are having this issue. Myself i haven't uninstalled it yet. Do everyone who uninstall it have this issue ? And if so, what is the fix ?

    Also , want to ask, once installed, how can you configure it , for example, to set which number in the list of F8 options is the driver signature check disabler. (number of strokes, as there might be other boot options present like multi-OS for example)
     
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    A,B,C,D,F?????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    lol
     
  7. blinx

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    I installed this when I wanted to try modded drivers but didn't like how it chose what partition to boot as I dual boot xp & 7 so I simply uninstalled it but it changed the boot countdown to 2 seconds so I had to manually set boot countdown timer to 20 seconds I think I also deleted ready driver plus part not sure but other then that no other problem

    You can edit the boot menu by going to System>Advanced>Start Up and Recovery>Settings>Edit just remove the Ready Drive Plus part I also use CCleaner to clean out the registry after uninstalling programs so wouldnt hurt to do that
     
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    ^You can also edit the timer from there too...

    If you guys are familiar with bcdedit, there's a line you can add to the boot loader that will disable driver integrity checks.
     
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    know maybe which line is that ?
     
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    Run:
    bcdedit -set loadoptions DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS
     

  11. delhan

    delhan Member Guru

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    is that confirmed to run, especially with latest updates of Win 7 ?
     
  12. Pill Monster

    Pill Monster Banned

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    I'm using it now, have been since W7 was released.. I don't have all updates installed though.

    No responsibility though if it doesn't work ...;)
    forgot to add this...I think this is only for pre-release so prob doesn't work.
    bcdedit. exe -set TESTSIGNING ON
     
  13. bellasi

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    HI,
    How did you manage to know that you should select f: disk because i had same error : "Windows failed to start. A recent hardware or software change might be the cause "

    thanks
     

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