Windows 7 wont start if i don't disable digital signature enforcement in boot load screen. So i would like to find drivers that cause this to consider removing them. I've read there are some ways to permanently disable digital signature enforcement, but since it seems like a security method i don't want to put my PC to the risk of unsigned drivers. So how to find drivers blocked by digital signature enforcement?
You can use Autoruns from sysinternals to verify drivers
Validate drivers: This step checks non-Microsoft drivers. According to the Windows Sysinternals Administrator’s Reference, “Verifying a digital signature associated with that file gives a much higher degree of assurance of the file’s authenticity and integrity.” Note: When a driver is verified, the Publisher field changes from the company name to the name on the signed certificate. 1.Click the Drivers tab and look for drivers that are “Not Verified”. This will show up in the Publisher field.
3.If any of the drivers are highlighted and come up as “Not Verified” in the Publisher field, then the driver does not have a digital signature.
Here is a better answer: https://www.ghacks.net/2015/04/11/how-to-verify-that-system-drivers-are-digitally-signed/
- Open 'run' by pressing Windows + R keyboard
sigverifand press enter
- Scan and see the results