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  1. One of my friends brought a Lenovo laptop, Lenovo ThinkPad E41-15 yesterday to my attention requiring to install windows 7 in it. I did that and went to lenovo support for drivers. The strange thing is I can install all the drivers successfully but windows can't verify their their digital signature. Come on microsoft, those are OEM drivers! Here what I have tried so far- I verified MD5, SHA-1 and SHA-256 of the driver files with the hashes given on the download page. They all are intact. Tried installing the drivers by disabling the driver signature verification. No problem in that case - everything works just fine but only for the session. After you restart, driver signature verification fails and system switches to generic VGA driver instead of Radeon R4. Tried force install the driver but it shows signature verification error (the driver is installed BTW, it is just windows is not allowing to use it). I don't know what is there left to try.
  2. Hello fellas I've got an Acer one 10 s1002 2in1 convertible tab/laptop to format. I need to format it because the device is severely infected. So the device came with windows 10 home 32-bit pre-installed. It has a 32 GB eMMC (no HDD). Acer has driver support only for win 10 and win 8.1. So I have tried formatting with both but couldn't succeed. During boot I entered the BIOS and changed the boot order adding my bootable media in first place to boot from there. But after I exit the BIOS saving the changes that I have made, it boots from the internal eMMC, not from my bootable media. I also tried pressing F8 during restart to get to the boot menu and directly selected my bootable media but instead of booting from my media, it takes me to the BIOS. I also tried disabling the secure boot but no use. The unbelievable thing is I have disabled all other boot orders in BIOS including the internal eMMC and only allowed the one in order #1 which is my bootable device but yet after restart it boots from the internal eMMC completely ignoring the BIOS settings. So what do I do?