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Samrat990
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Boot lagacy support not enebal

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Hp 240
Microsoft Windows 10 (32-bit)

Boot lagacy support not enebal pls halp me

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NO PC told just 240

it has a full model # and product ID code , in BIOS info page, this matters BIG TIME. thanks😋

PCs have 4 levels of BIOS

UEFI level 0,1,2,3  (#3 is zero legacy support.)

0 = good old BIOS.

I guess you mean how to boot to MBR HDD?

The first UEFI PCs are targeted for W8 release. oct 2012

 

go to BIOS>  power on, hammer ESC key and the  promped key to BIOS main pages, F1 or F2 or as told.

then find secure  boot turn that off or see legacy there, turn that on.

I can not know every BIOS pages rules, vast exist and versions. 

I look first every time on ANY PC made. in the BIOS pages

but no PC told.

240 laptop is off topic in desktop forum/.

z240 is desktop , that?

the 240

ESC + F9 is boot order

ESC +F2 more

this old 2012 PC is on or before, W8 came out. so runs legacy MBR booted easy.  sure does.

the manual on the laptop 240 shows no words for Secure boot.

but as we all know future bios upgrades added it and more.

why not just let windows installer do all that, it  sees the HDD and click next, on any empty SSD or HDD installed.

hope this helps, cheers !

 

NO warranty answers by me.
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