So in the screenshot I'm going to send I tried to write on the picture what I did, but if you can't read. We have solved many of the issues of the users by providing accurate solutions through our posts. If every laptop comes locked up like that going forward, it is sure going to be a game changer. I used F5 to change it and after hitting save and exit, that is when it reverted to being enabled. No matter i guess, as i've done it both ways and it's always failed the same way.
After all, those could be stolen parts. I changed that option from the first one to legacy only the 2nd option. Windows users who have lost their passwords can reset and recover them using that allows them to recover passwords for administrator, standard and Microsoft accounts. The issue here seems to be that i am unable to disable Secure Boot. In here are some settings that can prevent your computer from starting correctly if you were t change the wrong ones. For more information on that, you can read this article from the Microsoft website. Use arrow key to select the menu that includes the Secure Boot option.
I enabled and restarted and still could not change it but once I enabled it only my secondary monitor was working. When i try to disable secure boot, it is grayed out and you cannot change it. Is there something I am missing? There is no supervisor password to set, only an administrative and user password. Example 3: disable secure boot in Asus computer 1. It sounds like an old arcade machine. Will have to try that tomorrow.
Then I changed it back to auto hoping for both to work again and update you guys. I was using the number pad without the num lock , the system beeped and I didn't know the numbers would be echoed to screen. Get this update to remove the Secure Boot desktop watermark. Use up and down arrow keys to select Secure Boot. Dear Manshu, I recently purchased a Dell Inspiron 15 5558 Laptop. Thoroughly research any product advertised on the site before you decide to download and install it. To do this, open the Settings charm — press Windows Key + I to open it — click the Power button, then press and hold the Shift key as you click Restart.
I have not touched anything else since but I will check everything in a few days. For that, you can check further details from Windows Update in the Settings application or by looking up your manufacturer website. With the original disk in I would create the recovery media and store safely. All the machines are doing the same thing. Tried posting this once I don't think it went through.
I will try your suggestion and let you know what happens. After you insert the W8. The manual doesn't help either. Step 4: Extract the file and locate the readme. Most commonly, since the launch of this operating system latest version, people frequently asked about the way to disable Secure Boot in Windows 10. Why do i want legacy disabled? Now with that being said, there will be times when the occasional person wants to disable Secure Boot, most notably if there are any graphics cards, additional hardware or operating systems that need to be installed. Appologies if I'm being a bit dim.
Hopefully, all will be well. Now I have to figure out how to make my monitors work lol. Why Can't Turn off Secure Boot? Secure boot prevents a sophisticated and dangerous type of malware—called a rootkit—from loading when you start your device. Step 3: Enter the password then confirm it. But my screen does not look like the one they have. I reset the bios to factory defaults a few times but no luck.
Because of these rumors, some people almost believed that dual boot to Linux is not possible with pre-installed Windows 8. Hello Provost and thank you for replying. Follow 2 steps below to make your computer secure boot disabled or enabled. This is what we have decided to do. Thank you very much for all the help though. Hello everyone, Here is my issue.