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#76 cdob

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Posted 02 December 2014 - 10:24 PM

any UEFI machine at this time in order to test.

Neither did I test Win8.1SE at UEFI machnines, hence I doubt my previous statement today. Sorry for the confusion.

Did anybody test boot.wim integration or on-the-fly adding at real Secure Boot hardware?

#77 androidserv

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Posted 03 December 2014 - 12:07 AM

Did anybody test boot.wim integration or on-the-fly adding at real Secure Boot hardware?

I did. Both methods don't work.

- Integrated boot.wim: Secure Boot will prevent the boot.wim to load, saying the driver's signature is not verified - even when "loadoptions", "nointegritychecks", "testsigning" are set.

- On-the-fly boot.wim: Boot.wim is loaded and the Setup GUI shows up, but the driver can't be installed. As Steve said, the USB is even disappeared. Re-run the drvload command, it will output the "Unable to load etc..." error.



#78 devdevadev

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Posted 03 December 2014 - 12:36 AM

It's looking that 'JFX' had not patched 'winload.efi'. Is it not possible to patch 'winload.efi' ?

 

In 'Secure UEFI Booting', Does driver's signature verified/checked by Hardware (System UEFI Firmware) instead of Software files in Windows Installer (winload.efi) ?

 

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