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Silent install unsigned driver

12/02/2013 9559 views

Hi, i would like to install an unsigned driver silently in w7 x86?.

 

Does anyone knows how to do it ?

 

Driver is in .exe, i must use it with vbs launcher.

 

Thanks.

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  • Hello,
    I not sure this is possible. So I am thinking the better way is to repack ... take a capture , get the drives files and sign it and then buil a msi ; There are some guides on ITNINJA , i found this one : http://www.itninja.com/question/guide-to-signing-unsigned-drivers
    Have fun !
  • Hi, i already read this post, i keep it, but i would like to be sure there is no other method, before to repack it.
    thanks for your help

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Try using 7Zip to extract it from the .exe and see what the file structure is like. There may be an msi or instructions to run it silently.

Answered 12/02/2013 by: jsunderman
Second Degree Blue Belt

  • Hi, 7Zip can't open the .exe.
    I looked in temp folder, the .exe uncompressed files and another .exe.
    Thanks
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Install Driver magician on a clean machine. Install your driver. Then open DM and export your driver. 

Answered 12/03/2013 by: mattski
Second Degree Green Belt

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Finaly i'm trying with dpinst.exe, but when i do it with /s nothing happened.

 

idea ?

Answered 12/04/2013 by: tens
Orange Belt

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Answered 12/05/2013 by: hrs2cool
Black Belt

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  • thanks, i cannot find signcode.exe, idea ?
  • signcode.exe has been deprecated in favor of signtool.exe
    this one should be in the Windows SDK

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/8s9b9yaz%28v=vs.110%29.aspx
 
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