AudioConnect 4x4 Driver Signing Error in Windows 10

Driver signing error in Windows 10

AudioConnect 4x4 drivers are signed with an SHA-2 certificate and counter-signed by Microsoft which
should allow easy installation on Windows 10. On some installations of Windows 10, Secure Boot must be
disabled to allow third-party drivers to be installed. This is done in the UEFI BIOS on your computer.

  • To disable Secure Boot: From within Windows 10, hold the Shift key while selecting Restart. Go to
    Troubleshoot > Advanced Options: UEFI Firmware Settings.
  • Find the Secure Boot setting, and if possible, set it to Disabled. This option is usually in either the Security tab, the Boot tab, or the Authentication tab.
  • Save changes and exit
  • When the computer restarts you should be able to install the driver

Windows 7

Early versions of Windows 7 do not support SHA-2 digital certificates, so Windows 7 requires a specific patch to support SHA-2 digital certificates. Please see Microsoft Security Advisory 3033929 for more information. https://technet.microsof

Windows Driver Installation

Refer to our Hardware Compatibility List for installation and operation issues related to operating
systems and computer components. Available at
1. AudioConnect 4x4 must be connected to the system via USB, plugged in and powered on.
2. Insert the Installation DVD into your computer’s disk drive or download the driver from our Website.


  • Locate the AudioConnect Driver folder on the DVD
  • Double-click the AudioConnect 4x4 Driver Setup v###.exe file

3. Follow the prompts, accepting the default location for the driver files.
4. You may receive a warning that the driver has not been digitally signed by Microsoft. It is safe to disregard this warning and select “ Continue Anyway.”
5. Click Finish to close the driver installation. Open SoundCheck.

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