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hello I upgraded my computer to windows 11 but when entering valorant it gives tpm 2.0 and secure boot error tpm 2.0 is turned on but secure boot part in bios is grayed out and does not open at all, if you know can you help me please 
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Hi:

 

If Windows is installed in UEFI mode, then see if this works to enable secure boot...

 

Step 1. Go into the BIOS and Load HP Factory Default Keys and see if Secure Boot becomes available.

 

Step 2. If it does not than go into the operating system and disable “Fast Boot” (Steps below).

 

How to Disable Windows 10 Fast Startup (lifewire.com)

 

Step 3. go back into your BIOS and try Load HP Factory Default Keys.

 

Step 4. enable Secure Boot at this point.

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HP Recommended

Hi:

 

If Windows is installed in UEFI mode, then see if this works to enable secure boot...

 

Step 1. Go into the BIOS and Load HP Factory Default Keys and see if Secure Boot becomes available.

 

Step 2. If it does not than go into the operating system and disable “Fast Boot” (Steps below).

 

How to Disable Windows 10 Fast Startup (lifewire.com)

 

Step 3. go back into your BIOS and try Load HP Factory Default Keys.

 

Step 4. enable Secure Boot at this point.

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