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Secure boot

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Hp 15s- du1014tu
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

@ The Fossette


1. If we disable secure mode in bios when we try to install from usb / dvd , then it's not harm for our laptop? 


2. If you don't mind can you confirm me whether nvme drive is support for my model (hp 15s- du1014tu) or not ? If it's support then what is the highest capacity I can use for laptop?

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Disabling secure boot will not hurt your laptop unless someone else gets physical access to it. Then, they could boot from a USB or CD and access your files.


I'm afraid your PC doesn't have NVMe support.




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