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King18
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How to fix a blue pop up that says the following configuration change was requested

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How to fix a hp laptop when you reset the laptop and choose to erase every thing and a blue little screen comes up saying the following configuration change was requested for this computer’s trusted platform module (TPM) press F1 to accept press F2 to reject 

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Lil_Boy_Blue
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Hi

I dont know.

I have had it because W10 is a SECURE boot OS and has a key accordingly on the MAIN BOARD, and I added another SECURE boot OS called OpenSuSE Leap and registered it's key alongside Microsofts.

 

Depending on what you intend to do, you either accept or reject the change.

IE: Re-Install the operating system which will need the Licence key I imagine.

 

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Nwmemmene
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Hello,

did you get down to this and what to do?

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