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    portio64.sys REFUSES to install

    I'm trying to use Jungle Flasher 1.89 Beta 284.. I pulled portio64.sys from the DosFlash_V2.0_Build_20110903 package, and dropped it in Jungle Flasher folder.

    Every time I run Jungle Flasher Windows gives me an error about the driver not being signed. I've tried EVERY method I've found to ABSOLUTELY NO AVAIL. EVERY time I open Jungle Flasher, it tells me the portio driver can't be used because it's not signed.

    - In my group policies: (gpedit.msc), there is a policy for no signature detected on drivers, it is set to ignore it.
    - In my registry, the BehaviorOnFailedVerify flag in the Driver Signing folder is set to 0 (ignore)
    - I've tried countless times running dseo13b (in administrator mode) to both throw Windows into test mode, AND to sign portio64.sys
    - I've tried countless times to disable driver signature issues by hitting F8 on startup, and booting without signature protection.

    What the FUCK is left to do? Windows is being a complete pain in my ass right now, I can't figure out how to let the unsigned version of portio64.sys be installed...

    Anybody? Anything? I can't believe how badly their stupid driver signature shit is behaving..

    TIA

    BTW: What 'version' (ie. from where) of portio64 should I be using?
    Please note, I don't spend much (any) time in the xbox flashing community - too busy .

    Also, I don't play online.

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    Run Jungleflasher as admin and change compatibility mode to windows xp service pack 3 if that doesn't work try a fresh install of windows

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    Quote Originally Posted by clo239 View Post
    Run Jungleflasher as admin and change compatibility mode to windows xp service pack 3 if that doesn't work try a fresh install of windows
    No luck with using compatibility mode for SP3.

    Fresh install? How come that's always the answer to Windows problems, wtf. Any other methods to try? I can't exactly reformat right now, data isn't organized well enough for a fresh install.
    Please note, I don't spend much (any) time in the xbox flashing community - too busy .

    Also, I don't play online.

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    Make a second partition for a fresh install it's only like 10 gigs or less. I suggested the fresh install because it may remove viruses you have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clo239 View Post
    Make a second partition for a fresh install it's only like 10 gigs or less. I suggested the fresh install because it may remove viruses you have.
    Though possible, I doubt there are any viruses or root kits in this installation preventing driver installations.

    What exactly does the portio64.sys driver control? It's communicating as a standard SATA interface, so I'm guessing it's using the standard SATA DVD-ROM protocol(s) (are there more than one?), so why are special drivers needed anyway?
    Please note, I don't spend much (any) time in the xbox flashing community - too busy .

    Also, I don't play online.

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    Here's the text from JF about it:

    Tips for running DosFlash on Windows 7
    ----------------------------------------
    Since Windows Vista 64 Bit and upwards it is necessary that every driver is signed. Because
    the DosFlash driver will not be signed by MS due to some unknown reason we need to cicumvent
    this check. You have the following 2 possibilities to do this.
    Safe Way of Disabling Driver Signature Enforcement
    1) On Windows 7 bootup press F8 to get to the extended boot options screen
    2) Choose "Disable Driver Signature Enforcement"
    3) To start DosFlash right click on it in Windows Explorer and choose
    "Run as administrator" > answer the message box with "Yes"
    4) Short after the program started a "Program Compatibility Assistant" warning message
    is displayed, you can simply ignore this by pressing the "Close" button
    Recommended Way of Disabling Driver Signature Enforcement
    1) Disable User Account Control (UAC)
    - go to "Start Menu" > "Control Panel" > "User Accounts and Family Safety" > "User Accounts"
    - click on "Change User Account Control settings"
    - set the slider bar to the lowest value (Never notify) > click "OK"
    2) Sign the DosFlash driver
    - download the "Driver Signature Enforcement Overrider" (DSEO) from
    Driver Signature Enforcement Overrider 1.3b
    - start DSEO > click "Next" > "Yes" > choose "Sign a System File" > "Next" > enter the path to
    the used driver (portio32.sys or portio64.sys) > "OK" > "OK"
    3) Disable Driver Signature Enforcement
    - start DSEO > click "Next" > "Yes" > choose "Enable Test Mode" > "Next" > "OK"
    4) Restart the computer
    Keep in mind that with the recommended way the changes will have effect on every reboot without
    doing anything manual. The first way needs to be done over and over again. In addition the second
    way can be used to sign every driver that doesn't run natively on Windows 7.
    For use of the VIA Cards in Windows 7 it is recommended to uninstall the VIA driver. This can be
    done like follows:
    - start "Device Manager" > expand "Storage controllers" > right click on "VIA RAID Controller" >
    choose "Uninstall" > "OK"
    - rename C:\Windows\inf\vsmraid.inf to vsmraid.inf_
    - rename C:\Windows\inf\vsmraid.PNF to vsmraid.PNF_
    - rename C:\Windows\System32\drivers\vsmraid.sys to vsmraid.sys_
    - reboot computer

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    Quote Originally Posted by RhoTrux64 View Post
    Here's the text from JF about it:

    Tips for running DosFlash on Windows 7
    ----------------------------------------
    Since Windows Vista 64 Bit and upwards it is necessary that every driver is signed. Because
    the DosFlash driver will not be signed by MS due to some unknown reason we need to cicumvent
    this check. You have the following 2 possibilities to do this.
    Safe Way of Disabling Driver Signature Enforcement
    1) On Windows 7 bootup press F8 to get to the extended boot options screen
    2) Choose "Disable Driver Signature Enforcement"
    3) To start DosFlash right click on it in Windows Explorer and choose
    "Run as administrator" > answer the message box with "Yes"
    4) Short after the program started a "Program Compatibility Assistant" warning message
    is displayed, you can simply ignore this by pressing the "Close" button
    Recommended Way of Disabling Driver Signature Enforcement
    1) Disable User Account Control (UAC)
    - go to "Start Menu" > "Control Panel" > "User Accounts and Family Safety" > "User Accounts"
    - click on "Change User Account Control settings"
    - set the slider bar to the lowest value (Never notify) > click "OK"
    2) Sign the DosFlash driver
    - download the "Driver Signature Enforcement Overrider" (DSEO) from
    Driver Signature Enforcement Overrider 1.3b
    - start DSEO > click "Next" > "Yes" > choose "Sign a System File" > "Next" > enter the path to
    the used driver (portio32.sys or portio64.sys) > "OK" > "OK"
    3) Disable Driver Signature Enforcement
    - start DSEO > click "Next" > "Yes" > choose "Enable Test Mode" > "Next" > "OK"
    4) Restart the computer
    Keep in mind that with the recommended way the changes will have effect on every reboot without
    doing anything manual. The first way needs to be done over and over again. In addition the second
    way can be used to sign every driver that doesn't run natively on Windows 7.
    For use of the VIA Cards in Windows 7 it is recommended to uninstall the VIA driver. This can be
    done like follows:
    - start "Device Manager" > expand "Storage controllers" > right click on "VIA RAID Controller" >
    choose "Uninstall" > "OK"
    - rename C:\Windows\inf\vsmraid.inf to vsmraid.inf_
    - rename C:\Windows\inf\vsmraid.PNF to vsmraid.PNF_
    - rename C:\Windows\System32\drivers\vsmraid.sys to vsmraid.sys_
    - reboot computer
    Yeah, I read that file in Jungle Flasher..tried it all less the VIA drivers because I have no VIA cards nor drivers installed to the best of my knowledge.

    Wish something would work...
    Please note, I don't spend much (any) time in the xbox flashing community - too busy .

    Also, I don't play online.

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    i have windows 7 64 bit i couldn`t for the life of me get the second option to work.used the first option worked a treat,i also have no via drivers.i know option 1 is a pain but how many times are you actually going to need it.worth another bash at it mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccannonn View Post
    i have windows 7 64 bit i couldn`t for the life of me get the second option to work.used the first option worked a treat,i also have no via drivers.i know option 1 is a pain but how many times are you actually going to need it.worth another bash at it mate
    I tried it again, no luck.

    I ordered a VIA card and put it in another computer I had lying around with XP on it, used that to flash. Hate giving up, but whatevs, their signed security system is bullshit, and some of the workarounds for signing don't always work, either.
    Please note, I don't spend much (any) time in the xbox flashing community - too busy .

    Also, I don't play online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syndacate View Post
    I tried it again, no luck.

    I ordered a VIA card and put it in another computer I had lying around with XP on it, used that to flash. Hate giving up, but whatevs, their signed security system is bullshit, and some of the workarounds for signing don't always work, either.
    Mate,

    I have found solution here JUNGLE FLASHER PortIO Error - Page 2 - Team Xecuter

    Anyone who is having Win 7 will get this error i think.. (mine:win 7 64 bit laptop)

    its strange that for such a common error, finding solution was hard... we are afraid to proceed if we get error so it should be mentioned directly in tutorial..

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