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nazar87ali
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disable secure boot

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how can disable secure boot
i try search in bios not found option to disable it

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WAWood
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@nazar87ali 

If there is no option in the UEFI/BIOs settings, then you can not disable it.  Newer PCs do not allow this, nor do they provide for disabling UEFI mode, either.



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Hi, @nazar87ali 

 

The Pavilion M6-1070 does not have a secure boot setting because it came out before Windows 8 was released to market.

 

Your notebook came with W7.

 

Only PC's that came with Windows 8 or newer from the PC manufacturers have a secure boot setting.

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what soultion to boot from usb or from another hard disk ???

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yes my pc windows 7
and i try boot from another hd or usb  not boot 😥

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On those models you have to boot the flash drive from the notebook's USB 2 port.

 

It will not boot from a USB 3 port.

 

The service manual indicates that there is one USB 2 port on the right side of your notebook.

 

See chapter 2, page 18 for the location of the USB 2 port.

 

c03328663.pdf (hp.com)

 

 

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it read th usb and apear in boot
but not boot
and i try change hard disk it not read it

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There is probably something wrong with the way you made the bootable USB drive.

 

How did you try to boot from the flash drive?

 

I always press the ESC key and then select the F9 boot options menu from the available options, select the USB flash drive, and press the enter key.


The PC should then boot from the flash drive if it is properly set up to boot from.

 

If that doesn't work, unfortunately I don't have any other suggestions for you to try.

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thanx 
is there way to update bios from usb ??

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You're very welcome.

 

To the best of my knowledge, not on that model series.

 

The BIOS files are all exe files and have to be run using the supported version(s) of Windows the BIOS update was written to be run on.

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