Installing a Customized CP210x Driver in Windows 7
It is potential to put in a custom-made, uncertified CP210x driver in Home windows 7 through the use of the ‘Disable Driver Signing’ choice. There are two methods to do that:
Notice: These choices are for testing functions solely, and the driving force ought to be WHQL licensed earlier than being launched. Please see the ‘WHQL Testing’ article within the Associated Articles part or contact technical help for extra info.
1) When rebooting the pc, press F8 (be certain the operate keys are enabled if the keyboard has an ‘F Lock’ key) after the preliminary BIOS display to entry the boot choices. Choose the ‘Disable Driver Signing’ mode.
2) Inside Home windows 7, go to the Begin Menu and sort ‘cmd.exe’ within the Search Bar (don’t press Enter). Proper click on on cmd.exe and select Run as Administrator.
If Consumer Account Management is enabled, click on Sure. When the Command Shell is open, copy and paste (right-click and choose Paste) the next:
bcdedit.exe -set loadoptions DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS
bcdedit.exe -set TESTSIGNING ON
The assertion ‘The operation accomplished efficiently.’ ought to seem, as proven.
After restarting the PC, driver signing will likely be disabled and the uncertified driver could be put in.
To re-enable driver signing, open the Command Shell in Administrator mode and replica and paste (right-click and choose Paste) the next:
bcdedit.exe -set loadoptions ENABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS
bcdedit.exe -set TESTSIGNING OFF
Driver Signing will then be enabled after a restart.