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TSU 7000 not digitally signed error
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Post 1 made on Sunday November 17, 2019 at 14:02
pete6737
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Hello All. After years of not having an XP machine to update my remote, I finally bought a computer. It has XP pro service pack 3 installed. I loaded the original ppng disc and it installed and opened without issue. I plugged the remote in and tried to upload my current remote configuration into the program and the upload failed. After going through troubleshooting, the warning that the remote is not digitally signed, I think itís a driver. So researching this forum I found step by step how to digitally sign the driver but it did not work. Iím looking for any help trying to get this to work. I realize the remote Is old but it does everything I need it to minus controlling two new components. Iíd hate to get a new remote just because I canít add two extra components to the pronto. Thanks in advance, Pete
Post 2 made on Monday November 18, 2019 at 07:31
raiders_fan94
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I believe that you can continue the installation of the driver regardless of the digital signature. Try uninstalling and re-installing and select "Continue Anyways" when they ask to install the unsigned driver.
Never underestimate the predictability of stupidity
OP | Post 3 made on Monday November 18, 2019 at 10:10
pete6737
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Ok Iíll try that. Thank you!!!
OP | Post 4 made on Tuesday November 19, 2019 at 22:08
pete6737
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I tried a number of times reinstall the driver that was digitally unsigned however nothing would work. I located a number of threads that address this. I uninstalled the driver and reinstalled it and it still does not work.

I tried several solutions in threads on this site.

Is there a link to a driver that would work? I have limited computer experience but Iím capable of downloading something and then inserting  it in. I feel like that this is likely a simple fix it has something to do with the driver.  I am not sure how to update the firmware on the remote and I have the original disk, so I am wondering if I download a newest version of the PPENG if that would have an updated driver attached to it?

thanks in advance your help! Pete
Post 5 made on Thursday November 21, 2019 at 09:01
raiders_fan94
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The latest version of PPENG is in the files section on this site. You can download it there.
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OP | Post 6 made on Thursday November 21, 2019 at 17:46
pete6737
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Hi
Today, I downloaded PPENG v2.1.8. The driver was not digitally signed in this version either. I unistalled and tried to reinstall the driver D:\Drivers\WinXP_2K_Me,
with a driver date of 9/19/03, which appears to be same driver that's on the original disc and the only driver to use, other than a windows 98 driver. It did not take...

Is there a newer driver I could use? From looking at the files section, I think this is the latest update...I see a firmware update V3.8.17, I'm not sure how to load that seeing that the remote can't connect to the laptop. I'm not sure it would even help...Not being the most computer literate, I was hoping that someone with a working program to check out if there is a newer driver I could get emailed or something, if that's even possible....

Literally, I have to add 2 components and this remote would be perfect again. I have owned this since 2003 without a single issue. When the laptop that the original program was loaded on died, I lost the ability to change anything. I really hate to dump it for a lesser remote, all because of this driver issue..Researching new remotes, I see that there's few advantages unless I step to a much more expensive controller, which I'm hesitant to do.

Any further help is greatly appreciated. Thanks, Pete
OP | Post 7 made on Thursday November 21, 2019 at 21:26
pete6737
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Eureka! After about two hours of making my last post above, I went back to the machine, loaded the same downloaded software from a cdr, somewhere in there I think I was prompted to put the old original cd rom and I went through the whole process again , connected the remote and it connected! The only thing that I can recall doing differently is that I used the docking station when I tried to reconnect the second time. While everything was working, I made the necessary changes to the remote, saved the configuration. Im very thankful I got this working after all this time. Thanks for your help. Pete
Post 8 made on Friday November 22, 2019 at 23:05
Lyndel McGee
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Glad you are up and running
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