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This is a common problem... First, make sure you are installing the latest rivatuner (v2.07). Second, uninstall rivatuner and reinstall it and don't make any manually changes.. just keep click next. When installing it make sure that the "drv" file include is also in the same folder as the installer.
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Why wouldn't the driver be in the same folder. BTW it is. Already reinstalled it and such. Still the same problem.
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I understand I was needed

From the guide in my sig:
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There are times when this can come in handy. While I knew the bcdedit commands, I was unaware of the KB updates which rendered the tweak inoperable. Hence, you need to remove them first. From the post by Chipp, here is how to use the BCEdit program to change the way Windows booted, effectively automatically running the F8 -> Disable Driver Signing process during boot. However, for whatever reason Microsoft disabled this functionality in several Windows updates. If those updates are removed, BCEdit will be restored its original functionality, and thus you can still remove mandatory driver signing permanently.
Start -> Control Panel -> Uninstall -> View Installed Updates
Once there, find and uninstall these 4 updates:
KB 932596
KB 938979
[KB 941649
KB 938194
Now, immediately go and disable Automatic Updates. You can still have it notify you, just be sure you do not install these 4 updates again when you install others. Be sure to use custom installs whenever you install updates. The first time I did this, Vista automatically reinstalled these updates just as it normally installs updates on reboots. However, that just undoes what we already did. Anyway:
Start > Search for CMD, right-click the CMd.exe file and run it as an administrator. Then run the following commands from that command prompt:
post #34 of 43
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I don't even have the first one. I will restart the system and see what I get.
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Does this have to be done with driver signing already off? then turn it off?
post #36 of 43
Here is how I fixed this, Rivatuner was giving me the problems even with 2.07. Turn UAC off, uninstall Rivatuner and delete all references to Rivatuner from the registry. Once you've done that, install Rivatuner and it should work.

This is what I did, the problem is trying to install Rivatuner with UAC on, for some reason it won't allow you to use it.
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Originally Posted by Rackerz View Post
Here is how I fixed this, Rivatuner was giving me the problems even with 2.07. Turn UAC off, uninstall Rivatuner and delete all references to Rivatuner from the registry. Once you've done that, install Rivatuner and it should work.

This is what I did, the problem is trying to install Rivatuner with UAC on, for some reason it won't allow you to use it.
if you have 2.06 installed just uninstall 2.06 but leave the config files and install 2.07 and it will keep everything the same and it worked perfect for me
post #38 of 43
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Is Vista blocking the app at startup? You will have to set a task scheduler to get Riva Tuner to run in Vista. Make sure to write down the file path from msconfig. There is a "S" at the end of the file path that enables it to run silent (you dont see the program pop up).

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I already layed out how to run RivaTuner by running a task scheduler for it. If you havent tried it, and you still cant get the program to work, I would highly recommend the task scheduler fix.
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Looks like things have gotten straightened out in here. You can bypass driver signing completely by going into your command prompt within windows. So click on the start button and in the search "type in command" this will bring up your command prompt. The type in the following: Bcdedit.exe/set nointegritychecks ON

This should effectively bypass the driver signing check process. Another note is that I've also heard that some windows updates have caused this feature not to function properly but I have not experienced this. So if it fails to work and causes you errors simply go back into your command prompt and type in the same command but instead of "ON" just change that too "OFF" at the end of command and it will put everything back how it was. I have attached some .jpgs of the procedure.

Edit: Be sure to reboot your PC after you perform this command.

Close, but a little off.. see also my post several posts back for the KB updates
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Where are the files located in the registry?
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