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Permanent Secure Boot Disable

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Zbook G3 workstation
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hi,

 

trying to disable Secure Boot and enable legacy mode to be able to boot from USB stick.

 

Doing that in the BIOS but as soon as I save and reboot, Secure Boot goes back to being enabled again: the BIOS setting change does not stick.

 

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from the posted HP document on secure boot:

 

https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c04784866#:~:text=Setup%20Utility%20opens.-,Use%20the%20arrow%....

 

Use the BIOS settings to enable or disable Secure Boot on an HP business notebook or workstation computer.
 
  1. Turn off the computer.
  2. Press the power button to turn on the computer, and then immediately press the Esc key repeatedly until the Startup Menu opens.
  3. Select BIOS Setup (F10), and then press Enter.
     

     

  4. Select the Advanced tab, and then select Secure Boot Configuration.
     

     

  5. Click the Configure Legacy Support and Secure Boot drop-down menu, and then select Legacy Support Disable and Secure Boot Enable to enable Secure Boot, or select Legacy Support Enable and Secure Boot Disable to disable it.
     

     

    • If you enabled Secure Boot, select the Main tab, select Save Changes and Exit, and then click Yes to confirm the change.
    • If you disabled Secure Boot, continue to the next step.
  6. Select the Main tab, select Save Changes and Exit, and then click Yes to display a PIN.
  7. Type the PIN, and then press Enter.
     

     

  8. Turn off the computer.
  9. Press the power button to turn on the computer, and then immediately press the Esc key repeatedly until the Startup Menu opens.
  10. Select BIOS Setup (F10), and then press Enter.
  11. Select the Advanced tab, and then select Boot Options.
     

     

  12. Under Legacy Boot Order, select a boot device, and then press Enter.
     

     

  13. Select the Main tab, select Save Changes and Exit, and then click Yes to confirm.
    The computer starts from the bootable device selected.
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Thant you

I have followed these steps 

I have made a password for the bios 

But the problem is after disabling the boor secure and restart windows 

The boot secure return able 

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