Have you encountered an error ‘The driver is not digitally signed’ while you tried to install a driver?
This is because Microsoft includes a feature in Windows 10 and Windows 8 called ‘Driver Signature Enforcement’. They’ll only allow drivers that have been signed by Microsoft. To install unsigned drivers, or drivers you’re developing yourself, you’ll need to disable driver signature enforcement. So let’s see how to do this in Windows 10:
How to fix the driver is not digitally signed error?
- Go to Start Menu, and then click on Power and then hold down the shift key and click on the Restart at the same time.
2. Now under Choose an option screen select Troubleshooting
3. Under troubleshoot left click on Advanced Options
4. Under Advanced Options left-click on Startup Settings and on now click restart to open Startup Setting Screen
5. After you click on restart the Startup setting screen open in front of you and press the number of the option Disable driver signature enforcement. Its F7 or 7.
When you press the F7, your computer will restart and in this way, you fix ‘the driver is not digitally signed’ error. I hope you find this article useful 🙂