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Disable Secure Boot and enable legacy mode

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Hi,

 

I have a bios version 7 on me pc and I dont have a update for a bios 8.

I really need to disable secure boot and enable legacy mode but I dont have that option.

Is there a way or a trick that I can do this?

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@Siemen,

Did you system originally have WIN 7, as listed here?   If so, the BIOS is correct at rev 7.  You can not  use the newer UEFI graphic cards because there is NO update BIOS available.  Your correct, you do not have a way to disable secure boot and enable legacy.

 

In another post you asked, and got no answer.

Yes, the GTX 660 will work, with an adequate new PSU.  Recommend EVGA GTX 600 and Corsair CX600 PSU.  On the GTX 750Ti inquiry, only chance would be the Hybrid vBIOS cards.  PSW<> The GTX 670's are a tad touchy.

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Hello,

 

I found a SilverStone ST50F-230 power supply.

(http://www.silverstonetek.com/legacy.php?area=en&model=ST50F-230&tno=2)

 

And I have a msi gtx 670.

(https://www.msi.com/Graphics-card/N670GTXPM2D2GD5OC.html#hero-overview)

 

Will it all work and fit the HP Pavilion p6-2110 eb with a bios version 7?

 

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@Siemen,

That PSU is not suitable.  12v power is low, and the dimension of 6.42" depth into the chassis might strike your DVD drive.  Suitable depth is 5.5, now about the MSI GTX 670.  As I said, the 670 are problematic.  Use caution.

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