How to Fix Disable Security Boot Windows 10

To most computer users, they have no knowledge about disable secure boot in the computer. So they don’t know how to fix the case of disable secure boot Windows 10. Below is an easy guide to teach us how to fix that case in an efficient way.
Secure boot is a new feature in Windows 10 this feature is to increase performance on boot up and block unknown sources of installation for example Linux operating systems or previous versions of windows.

Top 1: To disable Secure Boot Windows 10 in common method

Step 1: Enter your computer Bios by typing the button that appears on the post screen most of the time is F2, F12 or DEL.
Step 2: Now using arrow keys move to Authentication or System configuration tab and select Secure Boot option and press enter and select Disable.

Step 3: Now still at the BIOS go to Boot Options and locate Launch CSM option  if available press enter and select Always.
Step 4: Now click on F10 button to save your new settings and exit the BIOS.
Secure Boot is often enabled by default on PC with UEFI BIOS. I have Windows 10 on my new PC right now and wanted to have a dual-boot setup. For that, I needed to disable the secure boot on the machine.

Top 2:  Take backup of existing keys and fix to disable secure boot

First of all, to plug in a USB drive. Restart your computer and enter the BIOS by pressing the DEL key ( In case you need to use any other key, keep an eye out for instructions on the first screen.) This should load up the UEFI BIOS interface.

Step 1: Go into the Advanced mode (F7 or any other key as specified). Then go into “Secure Boot” option under the Boot section.
Step 2: Ensure the proper OS Type is selected, and go into Key Management. Select “Save Secure Boot Keys” and press enter.

Step 3: Select the USB drive when asked to “Select a File System”. Four key files named PK, KEK, DB and DBX are saved to the USB.
Step 4: Delete Platform Key (PK) to disable secure boot.(Note: Do not delete other keys). Save and restart to apply settings (usually F10) and boot with “secure boot” disabled.

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