Just downloaded Network Probe 3 for Windows due to great recognition at a Norwegian website. But, as before with network-drivers, Vista64 complains about them not being signed, and says that it will be disabled.
Here's the standard way to disable the signed-driver requirement: - Open an elevated CMD prompt (hit Start, type CMD in the search box, and then press Ctrl-Shift-Enter to run CMD as an admin). - At the CMD prompt, run this command: bcdedit /set loadoptions DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS then reboot.
There is a known issue with one of Microsoft's updates that may have broken this... if running that command didn't work, try this next: Open a admin CMD prompt like before, and run: bcdedit -set loadoptions DENABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS This will only work if the KB932596 & KB938979 updates aren't installed.
The final option if that doesn't work, is to hit F8 on boot and choose to start without driver certification enforcement. There are also tools like this one that will accomplish the same thing automatically: http://citadel.x10hosting.com/readydriverplus/