How to Enable Test Mode on Windows 7 to 10 – Update Drivers Manually

Do you want to enable Test Mode on Windows 7, 8, 8,1 or Windows 10? If yes, then you are at right place. Here, I will provide you a complete tutorial regarding Enabling Windows Test mode. It’s a very easy way and 100% working. You don’t need to download any kind of driver signature enforcement overrider.

 

Why do you need to enable Windows 7 test Mode?

Windows is all about modding and adding new things and removing useless things. We can also use our PC for repairing other devices too [for example- Android Phone]. Well, there are very rare cases when we need to enable or use Windows 7 test mode. If you want to take my case, I did not enable test mode on Windows before.

But don’t know how one day I screwed up my device and my android phone was Bricked. It was just not working, charging, not able to boot into fastboot or recovery mode. At that time, I need to connect it to PC, and for that, I have to update drivers manually, so, for that, I have to disable driver signature enforcement and enabling Windows Test Mode.

So, in some kind of cases, especially when you need to update and install USB product driver manually, you need to enable both test mode and disable driver signature enforcement. From Disabling Driver Signature Enforcement, you can install those drivers which are not kind of “certified” by Driver-owner and Microsoft.

Now, let’s move on to our main content.

 

How to Enable Windows 7 Test Mode and Disable Driver Signature Enforcement

So friend, let’s understand how to activate test mode on Windows. Note this thing that the same procedure can be applied to Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10. So, you just have to follow this process if you are using any version of Windows provided.

 

Step-1) Press Windows+R keys to open the RUN dialog.

Step-2) In a run dialog box, type “cmd” and hit enter. I hope that after doing this thing, command prompt window will be opened.

Step-3) In that, you have to type these things:-

>>>      bcdedit.exe -set TESTSIGNING ON [from this command, you can enable test mode on Windows]

>>>      bcdedit -set loadoptions DISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS [from this command, you can disable driver signature enforcement]

Step-4) After Typing these commands, just hit Enter and when command prompt says “the operation completed successfully”, just reboot your computer.

After a successful reboot, you can see that on the right bottom corner side of the screen, you can see that Test Mode can be seen. If not, then just comment your query and I will help you out.

 

Also Read:- How to activate windows 10 pro by product key? Here’s your answer

 

So friends, above are the complete details regarding enable Windows 7 test mode and Disable driver signature enforcement. I hope you will be successful in both of them and now, you can easily install any Un-certified and driver and update drivers manually without any hassle. In case if you have any query regarding enabling it, you can ask your query and I will try to provide you the best possible answer as fast as possible.

Well, for which purpose you want to enable It? Please leave your answer in a comments section and help others. Liked it, then please share it with others also. Will meet In our next article, till then, Build Best, Stay Cool.

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