I haven't been able to get the Vista 64 drivers to work for my Razer Barracuda AC-1 sound card. I didn't know about the driver signing conflict, and tried to install. When the OS kicked it out, I tried to find a way to disable driver signing. While I appear to have stopped the check, uninstalling and installing the drivers is still not working. I seem to have the drivers permanently flagged by Win 7 as unsigned.
Does anyone have any recommendations for trying to get my card working?
I think you're missing the point. For both the efforts I've used to turn off device driver signing, installing the drivers shows them unsigned. I'm thinking there is a flag in my registry that has already defined that driver as unsigned and I am unsure how I can unflag it.
In other words, if I could wipe the slate clean, disable device driver signing, then install them, I think I'd be ok. But as it stands now, every time I try to install them, even from the method you described, it's still declaring them unsigned.
I ended up switching to the RC, so I started with a clean slate and did the Vista install with driver signing off.
It worked fine, but I'm not getting the slider for Mic Boost on my recording devices for the AC-1 microphone. Since I'm using the HP-1 headphones, the mic is a tiny thing and it needs lots of help. Have you run into this problem?
Right click on setup then click properties then compatibility check the box "Run this program in compatibility mode for:" scroll down click on vista. Thats what i did for windows 7 ultimate works perfectly.