How to Fix Driver Signature Error On Windows Computer
Are you encountering driver signature error while installing a driver on your Windows computer? If yes is your answer, then you are on the right page. Find out how you can fix driver signature error on your Windows computer running on the OS Versions 8, 8.1, and 10 by disabling the driver signature enforcement here.
Windows driver signature ensures that the driver is verified and trusted by Microsoft. But many publishers will not pay Microsoft to verify their products. So, your computer might show some of the following errors while installing these unverified drivers.
- Digital Signature Not Found.
- (0xc0000428) Windows cannot verify the digital signature for this file.
- Cannot run an unsigned software.
- (Code 52) Windows cannot verify digital signature.
- Cannot install or load an unsigned driver.
If you are encountering any of these driver signature errors, you can fix them by following the tutorial given below.
Tutorial To Fix Driver Signature Error On Windows Computer:
Step 1: The first step is to boot your Windows computer into the Advanced Boot Options. To do that Press and Hold the Shift key while restarting on your computer. Leave the Shift key once the computer is getting restarted.
Step 2: Now you will see the Advanced Boot Options menu. In this menu, click on the Troubleshoot option.
Step 3: In the Troubleshoot screen, select Advanced Options.
Step 4: Next, in the Advanced Options menu, select Startup Settings.
Step 5: Next, you will be asked to restart your computer. Click on the Restart button.
Step 6: Now in the Startup Settings window, press F7 or 7 to Disable driver signature enforcement.
Step 7: Once done, your computer will restart automatically.
That’s it. Now you successfully fixed all driver signature errors on your Windows computer. Also, you can now install any of the drivers without facing driver signature errors on your computer.
If you face any issues while following this tutorial, let me know using the comments section.