Hi guys, I'm in desperate need of some advice. I need to install an unsigned driver on Windows 10 (64-bit system) and can do so by going into the advanced boot options and disabling the signature checks, basic stuff. My problem is that Windows completely rejects the driver (error code 52, which means it doesn't pass the sig check) when I boot normally after the driver was successfully installed using the advanced boot. I thought that it'd be pretty easy to solve this by just putting Windows into Test Mode which I have done and I've now got the test mode watermark on my desktop. However, this has done nothing to solve my problem, I still have to use the advanced boot option to install the driver and I have to re-install it everytime I reboot my PC, which is incredibly annoying as one might guess, especially since the drivers are for my speakers (unlocked Realtek drivers that make me able to have surround output from my mainboard). I'd be incredibly grateful if someone could help me, thanks in advance.