Recently, I started trying to record videos with my Xbox using DVD Xpress DX2. The capture card in question is /not/ generally compatible with Windows 7 64-bit, but the other day I was able to find a bypass that allowed me to reset my computer and make it ignore the Driver Signatures. I followed the process in question, but now it never works. I mean... I got it to work the first time, but now the screen in the tutorial doesn't show up anymore.
In the instructions I read, it told me to press F8 during boot, then in the advanced boot options, choose to ignore driver signatures with drivers. I did that the first time, now whenever I reboot, it gives me a driver boot screen and a choice for which one I want to boot from. When I choose, nothing comes of it and I boot up with the signatures still reading. IE: After the first time I restarted my computer and it worked, it no longer works.http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/w7itprohardware/thread/8a682eae-abba-4b71-af28-9001e5bc30f3
The second reply is the one I used for the above description.
But since that option wasn't working, I tried two other solutions... both of which did not work:http://www.killertechtips.com/2009/05/06/disable-driver-signing-in-windows-7-using-group-policy-editor/http://www.itechtalk.com/thread7030.html
So I'm getting really frustrated now and am wondering if anyone here has any solutions to my problem that won't require buying software.
Please reply when you folks get a chance.
PS: For the love of God, don't post replies with the stuff listed in the above links. I want answers, not laziness with the same generic replies.