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    Okay every time I try to install it it tells me that I need the 64 bit version, now I've looked on Google, and I have tried a few "fixes" but nothing has fixed this problem. Any suggestions?
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    never had a problem on mine dude.
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    well, first things first. what model PSP and how did you get your custom firmware?


    EDIT: inb4trollnewb, this is important because a Phat that was modded pre-pandora will have certain keys corrupted. i could google you exactly what i'm talking about but this homework is due in one hour.
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    Same here. I also just assumed that Windows 7 64 used native drivers.

    admittedly i've always been directly connected to the net when first connecting via USB.
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    Well, when starting up your comp hit w/e button displays your boot options, it's f8 for me, and disable the driver signature enforcement because i guess the type b 64bit driver isn't digitally signed so win7 won't let you install it, but when you choose that option and boot up, it'll let you install it. I had to do this to use remote joy lite. However, unforutnately, you have to do this every time you want to use the driver.
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    Quote Originally Posted by venomblade View Post
    Well, when starting up your comp hit w/e button displays your boot options, it's f8 for me, and disable the driver signature enforcement because i guess the type b 64bit driver isn't digitally signed so win7 won't let you install it, but when you choose that option and boot up, it'll let you install it. I had to do this to use remote joy lite. However, unforutnately, you have to do this every time you want to use the driver.
    Really? Everytime?

    On my other computer that runs a 32bit Windows 7, it asks me if I want to install it even though it's not signed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KoW210 View Post
    Really? Everytime?

    On my other computer that runs a 32bit Windows 7, it asks me if I want to install it even though it's not signed.
    doesn't necessarily allow it. my PS/GC/XBOX converter divers install on win7 but dont load, even with the driver enforcement disabled. infact it completely disables the device until i uninstall the shit again. 7 is a real bitch.

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    whatever. ignore my shit. not that anyone would be man enough to edit the hex keys themselves anyway
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    Quote Originally Posted by cowboycalstar View Post
    whatever. ignore my shit. not that anyone would be man enough to edit the hex keys themselves anyway
    No argument here. The corrupted key issue IS interesting (and probably applicable to my phat), however thats well beyond my comfortable level of expertise. And I'm honestly no dummy.

    I like to think that I know enough to know not to fiddle in areas outside my understanding. That's not to say I don't hugely appreciate the insights by expert users such as yourself.
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    Windows 7 (x86 (aka 32-bit)) does not require certified/signed drivers. It's specifically the 64 bit Win 7 that requires driver signatures. You can disable this policy each time you re-boot, as mentioned before. You CAN permanently disable the signature requirement in Win 7 through a multi-step process that requires some software be downloaded and run, if you google it I'm sure you can find a guide. I can't remember any of it, but it works for those of us w/ 64-bit environments. Also, drivers are specific to either (x64) or (x86) Windows, so make sure you have the correct driver type.

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    What does this type b driver do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny5 View Post
    What does this type b driver do?
    It's a second USB driver for the PSP, the first one being just a normal USB memory stick driver.
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