if you want to be able to use the driver
all the time without having to
use f8 on every reboot
run this command at an elevated command prompt
Bcdedit.exe /set TESTSIGNING ON
you should get operation completed successfully
no need for f8 any more
"si77" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Yep. I have one of those under x64 Ultimate. However, you can get
> around by disabling the digital signing of the drivers during startup.
> But it's not much fun pressing F1 & F8 every time I boot.
> I did hear people who own the version 2 of this card have had more luck
> with drivers