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Bios doesn't support Legacy?

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HP ProOne 600 G6
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Hello


I have been having the issue that my Legacy PXE network can't be accessed with this PC.

 

I just wanted to ask if HP is completely removing support for legacy from all of their devices from now on?

 

The Bios version is 02.04.01

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It is getting harder to boot legacy.  Sometimes you need to change more than one setting, for example disable uefi, allow option roms legacy, make tpm visible. This is frustrating and time consuming and there is little support for it. All I can offer is to methodically try the setup options. and make sure to press f10 after changing each one as it can reveal new options, though you probably know that already. 

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