Written by SoundararajanMay 14, 2012July 8, 2016 Installing an unsigned driver in Windows 8 (x64) Moved here : http://soundararajan.in/blog/2012/05/14/installing-an-unsigned-driver-in-windows-8-x64/ EmailLike this:Like Loading... Related 34 thoughts on “Installing an unsigned driver in Windows 8 (x64)” Pingback: Installing Jungo USB Driver in windows 8 « Atmel Studio [5,5.1,6.0] Pingback: Running Atmel Studio 6.0 in windows 8 « Atmel Studio [5,5.1,6.0] I am installing same driver for win 8 JP and Win 8 US OS version. There is no problem with US installation. But, It is showing error message “Cannot run on this system” for JP OS. Reply Thank you very much! What a nasty path to get to that “Restart” button. At the first days of using Windows 8 CP I thought that Windows totally ignore my F8 key by time of booting, but no – they’ve made it other way so the tablets and other “toys” without keyboard can it access too … a lot of ’em don’t have built-in the “F8 key”, right? :-] Reply Thanks a lot would never mind find this on myself ! 🙂 Reply Big thanx man ! Reply Thank you ! Reply Was helful eve for USBasp, thanks a ton 😀 Reply no troubleshoot button. workaround isn’t working anymore((( Reply Awesome, thank you for that really helpful and well described post! Reply Worked here too, thanks!! Reply Pingback: Installing AVR Pocket Programmer under Windows 8 | cd /knowledge this’d probably be way more helpful if you actually knew where the advanced startup option is you conveniently left out the part where you have to go to “change pc settings” Reply Thanks! Solved more than one problem for me 🙂 Reply Pingback: Windows 8: Sigma ROX 9, Netduino, Arduino… « M8IN.DE Pingback: Google Play on Kurio 7, tablet for kids | Nordic-vikings.net IT awesome!!! this problem was driving me crazy thanks a lot… Reply Pingback: Blog J.Schweiss | Installing an Unsigned driver in Windows 8 (x64) THANKS!!! Reply This option no longer works with Windows 8. I tried this with FreeOTFE, (disc encryption tool that loads the encryption kernel drivers when one runs the programme, and it always fails, even after selecting the above option.” Choose “Disable Driver signature Enforcement” from the menu. “ Reply Work perfectly thanks Reply Pingback: Atomic Aquatics Cobalt Dive Computer - Page 114 Pingback: Atomic Aquatics Cobalt Dive Computer - Page 115 Impossible with my ACER iconia tablet W510. I have the keyboard dock but the keys haven’t detected when W8 startup. The only solution I found is to connect a USB-keyboerd on the tablet. Then, it’s ok ! Reply well, I wish I could install my old Okipage 8w lite on win 8 64bit. Somebody did? Reply Very precious help in installing my old okipage 8w lite printer… 🙂 Reply well, I wish I could install my old Okipage 8w lite on win 8 64bit. Somebody did? Reply The website http://www.oki.co.uk/support/printer/printer-drivers/index.aspx?prodid=tcm:122-3254 mentions that drivers are available for windows 8 (x64). Perhaps you can give it a shot ! Have a great day. This is a lifesaver for the MaKey MaKey for Arduino. Reply You download the software Easy Driver Pack at http://adf.ly/tU0Qv (Chinese version), after downloading, run the .exe file. For other Windows versions, you accessed at http://storesofts.wordpress.com/ and search by keyword Easy Driver Pack Reply No, I did not find any driver Okipage 8w lite there. The following msg appears for win8 64bit: No drivers were found to match your requirements. Please click on the link below for further help: Reply Thanks a lot!!! Works perfectly. Reply Thank you very much…. prompts work 100 % Reply You use the Easy Driver Pack software to get all the equipment for the Windows operating system, download at: http://micombank.com/phanmemDetail.aspx?idsw=81 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Email (Address never made public) Name Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.