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DisneySpirit1
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enabled secure boot for windows 11 now boot give 6 beeps I do not have original video card any more

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I have windows 10 pro 64 bit installed. I received update for windows 11 stating I need secure boot enabled. Enabled secure boot in UEFI BIOS, Now getting 6 beeps and no video on boot. I  no longer have the original video card that came with the computer. I purchased a used HD7450 which I was told was the original card model but have the same problem still.

 

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Hi:

 

Unfortunately, I don't know what you will be able to do, because your PC's motherboard doesn't have onboard graphics.

 

It was a great idea to try and buy a used but tested and working AMD Radeon HD 7450, but the card that came with your PC was a proprietary card made specifically for your PC.

 

You couldn't even use the AMD drivers from the AMD website on that card, that's how proprietary it was.

 

How was the PC working without the original card?

 

You would have had to disable secure boot with the original HP HD 7450 graphics card installed.

 

Below is the parts list for your PC.

 

HP PartSurfer

 

They have the part number you need for the card, but I could only find one for well over $300 dollars on Amazon.

 

Surprisingly, I found nothing on eBay.

 

 

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Paul_Tikkanen
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Hi:

 

Unfortunately, I don't know what you will be able to do, because your PC's motherboard doesn't have onboard graphics.

 

It was a great idea to try and buy a used but tested and working AMD Radeon HD 7450, but the card that came with your PC was a proprietary card made specifically for your PC.

 

You couldn't even use the AMD drivers from the AMD website on that card, that's how proprietary it was.

 

How was the PC working without the original card?

 

You would have had to disable secure boot with the original HP HD 7450 graphics card installed.

 

Below is the parts list for your PC.

 

HP PartSurfer

 

They have the part number you need for the card, but I could only find one for well over $300 dollars on Amazon.

 

Surprisingly, I found nothing on eBay.

 

 

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DisneySpirit1
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It was running the latest dev version of Window 10 insider preview in legacy mode. I had made the legacy change when I still had the original card before installing a new card. Window 11 update complained about the hardware no being compatible without secure boot enabled so I made the change. 

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