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Secure boot disable

Slimline 450-a24
Microsoft Windows 8.1 (64-bit)

My system is working well today. But I wonder my only custom keys in secure boot is disable? It is a set of keys created by HP BIOS update A10. Or am I mistaken. I would like a explanation please.

 

Regards Redscarlett5

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Hi redscarlett

 

HP installs and enables Secure Boot keys in the PC's UEFI BIOS at the factory.

 

These keys enforce boot time security to protect your PC before the operating system loads.

 

An HP BIOS update will enforce the default Secure Boot keys enable option.

 

You would have to enter the BIOS to disable Secure Boot. A BIOS update will reset Secure Boot keys to enable even if you had previously disabled Secure Boot.

 

Changing certain hardware would require you to disable Secure Boot and enable Legacy Boot.

 

You have the option of creating a new set of keys to enable Secure Boot after you install new hardware.

 

Tom

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