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    Kill driver signing

    I have an installation of Win 7 on Rog Strix - which is not supported. I can't boot to it because the installation has 3.1 USB drivers that are not signed.

    There is a rescue screen where you can turn off driver signing but I don't know how to get to it - a key to get to it may not exist because the OS isn't supported on this hardware.

    My question is, how can I get to that screen, or, how can I talk to that installation and disable signing via cmd?

    (The win 7 intallation is part of a 10/7 dual boot).

    Thanks - rev

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    The problem with both those methods is you need to be booted into that OS and I can't get in.

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    The methods do work from Recovery Mode. You need bootable recovery media for the Windows 7 system, boot from that, then they should work.

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...8-3121161c416e

    Have you tried the Advanced Boot Options to get Windows to boot?

    https://www.wintips.org/how-to-fix-w...ows-8-7-vista/

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    How did you manage to get unsigned drivers installed in the first place? You should have gotten an error message when you tried to install them.

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    If you can get your Windows 7 OS working again, your best bet is to not install drivers for the motherboard USB ports. Instead, get an add-in USB port card that does have Windows 7 drivers.

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