I can load the bit drivers, which leads me to think that there is a problem with the bit driver signature but this is nothing more than a hunch. I’m completely out of ideas, what can I try next? Win7 x64 is super-critical about signed drivers and will ignore ones that are not signed or improperly signed. The “load driver” step checks the cat file, finds something wrong and refuses to use the driver, but if the driver is already in the image, there is probably no cat check, only the sys which is OK is checked? Fraser Valley, Canada Registered: Please post your HWID’s with your reply. I’m trying to install Windows 7 x64 on an IDE hard drive on an old Abit IB9, which supports IDE disks via the ITE controller, but when I try to load the drivers it refuses to do so, with a message saying “you need to load bit drivers or signed bit drivers”.
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The “load driver” step checks the cat file, finds something wrong and refuses to use the driver, but if the driver is already in the image, there is probably no cat check, only the sys which is OK is checked? I wonder if the new Windows Updates in October requiring stronger certificates will effect any legacy drivers. I have tried several versions of the IT drivers, including those in the mass storage DP Anyway, for all those that have this problem and are looking for a solution: And above you will see a pair of experimental packs.
I finally found a way to circumvent the bad signature: You are not logged in. Thanks for the suggestions, sorry I’m late in replying myself, I didn’t receive any notification of your post I missed the “subscribe to this topic” checkbox If you are not familiar with BIOS updates, perhaps skip this as failure can mean the ‘bricking’ of your mobo.
I was hoping that all one would have to do is install the new intermediate certificate, yet i am probably wrong. For the brave, the integration can also be done using DISM, a command line utility included in Win7 after all cnotroller is just a matter of adding the driver files to the.
Along with any reply, would you please post your HWid’s? I’ll do my best.
There’s no Fontroller parity acceleration, but that would be impossible to do in a controller this cheap. Firefox doesn’t trust that legacy CA, either.
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I’m not so worried, if my theory is correct, the sys file is correctly signed and checked, so my system should be fine, would you agree? You may find that signing is OK on a vanilla W7 pre-SP1 install or not, yet i don’t know if that may help. Please post your HWID’s with controler reply.
Pages 1 You must login or register to post a reply. Aya ; added from iteatapi. I’ll try to get these in this weekend. I tried all the things you suggested already: I gather that the intermediate CA certificate didn’t help? Skip to forum content DriverPacks. Surely there is a better way, at least post-install. The embedded HWid in silicon may be yet another, as the chip-maker likely had a forward eye to make this very idea impossible.
You must login or register to post a reply. This Driver isn’t in actual Driverpack Mfg] ; added from iteatapi.
It does real hardware acceleration of striping and mirroring operations. This week looks to be a busy one too. Posts [ 20 ]. For some “outside-of-the-box” thinking, here’s hoping that the following may be an example.
Wouldn’t one solution be to virtualize your OS? Hi, the thread is a bit old but it seems relevant to my problem, but let me know if you think I should’ve started a new thread.