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BELMET
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Secure Boot option grayed out

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HP Desktop Pro 300 G6 Microtower PC
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

 

Product name : HP Desktop Pro 300 G6 Microtower PC

 

Problem description : Secure Boot option grayed out

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Paul_Tikkanen
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Hi:

 

In order to enable secure boot, W10 must be installed in EFI mode.

 

If W10 is installed in EFI mode, see if the steps provided in the solution below are of help to you...

 

Solved: Can't enable secure boot in bios - HP Support Community - 8099369

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I have already tried with, but without result

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Unfortunately, I don't have any other ideas for you to try.

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