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System doesn't booting after secure boot option enable on my hp zbook15

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HP ZBook 15
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

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I have Zbook 15 core 17 gen 4th with windows 10 installed on it. I want to install windows on it but whenever I enable the secure boot option system doesn't boot from any option please guide me.Screenshot 2021-06-26 094951.jpg

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Hi:

 

Install Windows in EFI mode, and then after it has installed, you can enable secure boot.

 

To do that, boot from one of the EFI devices listed when you select the F9 boot options menu (either the EFI USB flash drive or EFI DVD).

 

If W10 is installed in legacy mode, you can't enable secure boot, or the PC will not boot up.

 

The other issue is that W11 is indicating that Intel notebooks have to have an 8th gen core processor in order to run W11.

 

Windows 11 requirements - What's new in Windows | Microsoft Docs

 

List of supported Intel processors for W11...

 

Windows Processor Requirements Windows 11 Supported Intel Processors | Microsoft Docs

 

It may be too early to be worried about this. 

 

No doubt some changes in requirements will come between now and the projected release date of late November - December 2021.

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