11-07-2016 09:50 AM
My hard disk is broken but the computer can't boot from my new replacement hard drive. I have checked the Bios setting and the legacy boot option is locked. I disabled secure boot but it still doesn't allow me to enable legacy boot. I downloaded the updated BIOS .exe (sp70481.exe) file from HP website but I am not sure if I can flash the BIOS using that file. Is there anyway that I can enable the legacy boot option so that I can boot from my hard disk? I appreicate any advise and suggestion. Thank you.
11-07-2016 02:12 PM
I think the only problem is that I can't enable Legacy boot. The legacy boot in the boot order list is greyed out and I was asked to disable secure boot when I tried to enable it. I then went to secure boot to disabled it, quited and save the setting and reboot again. I double checked that the secure boot mode is disabled in BIOS but I still can't enable legacy boot and the system still ask me to disable secire boot first. My PC model is P2-1310 and the motherboard model is APXD1-DM.
11-07-2016 03:41 PM - edited 11-10-2016 06:46 PM
Open up the command prompt (admin) and enter the following: MSINFO32
Please Post an image of the first 24 columns of the system summary.