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HP Z800 W/S
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I WANT TO DISABLE SECURE BOOT AND ENABLE LEGACY SUPPORT ON MY HP Z800 WORKSTATION.

BIOS SETTINGS HASN'T GOT THESE OPTIONS. I HAVE BEEN CHECKING ONE BY ONE ALL TAB'S IN BIOS SETTINGS THERE ARE NO SUCH OPTIONS. I DID INSTALL NVME DISK WITH ADAPTER INTO PSI SLOT. I WANTED TO INSTALL WINDOWS 10 ON IT AND BOOT FROM IT. IT DOES NOT LET ME TO DO IT BUT IT SEE IT AS A DRIVER. I AM USING IT AS A BACKUP STORAGE DRIVER.

IF ANY ONE CAN HELP ME FOR DISABLING SECURE BOOT AND ENABLE LEGACY SUPPORT THEN I WILL TRY TO CONVERT MY DATA TO LEGACY FORMAT. ALSO I MAY BE ABLE TO USE NVME DISK AS C DRIVE.

REGARDS

SAM

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THE Z800 IS NOT A UEFI ENABLED BIOS, THEREFORE YOU CAN'T DISABLE SECURE BOOT BECAUSE LEGACY BIOS'S DON'T SUPPORT THAT FEATURE

 

next, you can't normally boot from a nvme drive as the z800 bios lacks the necessary nvme boot code

 

while there are ways around this, both of your questions indicate a general lack of basic computer knowledge please take some time to read up on basic computer skills and also read the z800 documentation hp provides on z800

 

https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-z800-workstation/3718645

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Plase explain me the ways araund it. I wantinstall and  to boot from it.

Regards 

Sam

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based on your previous posts i don't think you do not have the necessary skills to do this so i recommend you find someone close to you who does

 

https://www.win-raid.com/t3286f50-Guide-NVMe-boot-for-systems-with-legacy-BIOS-and-UEFI-board-DUET-R...

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