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I extended my tests.
However, if you reboot without enabling unsigned unf again, Windows will not load the driver anymore. With this driver, I have not seen the same lockup as I have with the 5.
I don’t know how to get my device to say for instance ‘Phils Device’ instead of ‘Local Area Connection 2’. In reply to dlech’s post on September 10, Till now I was not able to solve this.
I have simply modified the [strings] portion of the linux. I have the same question HobMar Replied on September 11, So this procedure is too painful, so I will not recommend it to my customers.
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This site in other languages x. Jochen Steinhilber Replied on September 15, The you can install this unsigned linux.
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This is actually what I ended up doing for my case. Running Windows 10 Pro German x I have plain Windows 10 with no other OS, I have not had linuux preview version, it is activated and with latest patches on a Lenovo Ts, still fails even after all patches: After a reboot the solution is gone. How satisfied are you with this response? It is exactly the same behavior, tested on two machines Windows 10 Pro German 32 and 64 bit, but in test mode, 32 bit machine with internet connection and running on latest patch level But I found a new device linix device manager: Presumably, this is the same driver as the C: Try one of the other solutions.
Here is the workaround that I came up with for my particular case. You can find my fully documented script here. You can help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number.