Updating Realtek driver in W10 ISO without breaking SecureBoot


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We need to keep Secure Boot enabled in the BIOS. If I edit the image and install the latest driver for the 8153 Realtek (ISO image has driver from 2015!) then burn using Rufus, the installation fails because of Secureboot.

Is there a way around this?


Active Member
nuhi once said;
...... As for secure boot in general, NTLite is not editing any files so it doesn't have anything to complain about.
Secure boot is about installed/boot drivers and signatures, all intact. .......

So as long as you keep boot untouched? there should be no problems? i am not expert in this but i would also want to know how to not break secure boot since it will be needed for windows 11