When should a technician use unsigned drivers for newly installed computer hardware?
- if the unsigned driver is the most current driver available
- if the original installation media is not available
- if the source of the drivers is trusted by the technician
- if the Windows installation media does not contain a valid signed driver
Unsigned drivers can cause system instability, error messages, and boot problems. Not all Windows operating systems may allow the installation of drivers that are not signed. An unsigned driver should only be used if the source of the driver is trusted.