You can use the advanced boot options menu to boot Windows 10 with driver signature enforcement disabled. This isn’t a permanent configuration change. The next time you restart Windows, it will boot with driver signature enforcement enabled unless you go through this menu again.
To do this, plug in an USB keyboard into the LobbyGuard machine. Then press F8 to get into the startup settings.
Type “7” at the Startup Settings screen to activate the “Disable driver signature enforcement” option.
Your PC will boot with driver signature enforcement disabled. However, the next time you restart your computer, driver signature enforcement will be disabled—unless you go through this menu again. To permanently disable this open the Command Prompt, enter bcdedit.exe /set nointegritychecks on and press Enter.