Changing the Startup settings to disable driver signature enforcement on Windows 10

In order to achieve maximum security, Windows 10 requires digitally signed drivers. 

This is usually a good feature if you’re concerned about your safety, 

but sometimes you need to install drivers that aren’t digitally signed.

PAS is free pay software and has unsigned USB driver.

That this method will only disable driver signature temporarily to allow installing the USB driver.

 After you restart your computer driver signature enforcement will automatically turn itself on. 

To disable driver signature enforcement do the following:

1. Press and hold the Shift key on your keyboard and click the Restart button.

2. Select the “Troubleshoot” tile on the Choose an option screen that appears.

3. Select “Advanced options”.

4. Click the “Startup Settings” tile

5. Choose Troubleshoot > Advanced options > Startup Settings and click the Restart button.

6. Click the “Restart” button to restart your PC into the Startup Settings screen.

7. Type “7” or “F7” at the Startup Settings screen to activate the “Disable driver signature enforcement” option.

Your computer will now restart and you’ll be able to install unsigned drivers until next start of the computer.

Go to folder C:\PAS\USB and run there file usb_install.bat.

Windows 10 will ask confirmation to installing the unsigned driver. Confirm it.

Alternative way:

Windows 10: Disable Signed Driver Enforcement

8. If program PAS already was installed run usb_install.bat in folder C:\Pas\USB.

     Click the right button and choose "Run As Administrator".