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StrATen
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BIOS settings grayed

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HP Elitebook 8560w
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hi,

I've intended to change settings in BIOS (F.63) to activate BlueTooth device. Despite I am logged in as administrator most settings are shown grayed out.

With Windows 7 I've used security tool 'HP Protect Tools Security Manager' to change these settings. After uninstalling that tool and change to Windows 10 I've never changed anything. Is there a authorization problem, left from that security tool?

Thanks for your help!

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Hi,

I've solved the problem by logging in as guest user. Obviously the rights for guest user and administrator interchanged.

Best regards, Stefan

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Hi,

I've solved the problem by logging in as guest user. Obviously the rights for guest user and administrator interchanged.

Best regards, Stefan

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