Le 03/08/2012 01:53, Graeme Gill a écrit :
Maybe the good new is that in windows 8 (as of the preview version), if you disable signing enforcement, it stay disabled against reboot, and the driver works fine. I think it was not the case with seven.János, Tóth F. wrote:The link mentions that inf2cat needs Win8 specific options: 8_x86, 8_x64 I don't know what signing tool you use but may be that one should also be updated for Win8 compatibility and may also need Win8 specific arguments.I don't have any signing tools - the driver files are already signed elsewhere, and that's the problem. It seems that it's not enough any more that the driver code itself is signed, but now even trivial non source config files need to be signed. Graeme Gill.