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Thread: remove opensuse-secureboot from uefi 990FX Fatal1ty motherboard




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    Default remove opensuse-secureboot from uefi 990FX Fatal1ty motherboard

    Hi,
    I tried Opensuse 13.2 with Windows 8.1 dual boot.
    I quite with Opensuse because it changed 2 harddisks from mbr to gpt
    and lost a lot of data.
    Now I see opensuse-secureboot in my uefi 990FX Fatal1ty motherboard.
    Does a load uefi defaults remove it.
    Or is there a way to flash the BIOS and remove it?
    Thanks for any help.
    Bob

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    Default Re: remove opensuse-secureboot from uefi 990FX Fatal1ty motherboard

    It would be very unusual if not impossible for an OS installation (Opensuse) to add an option to your UEFI/BIOS. The Secure Boot option was probably in the UEFI before you installed Opensuse.

    Loading UEFI defaults might remove it, if another UEFI option caused Secure Boot to be displayed. It is possible that another option caused Secure Boot to be displayed.

    But Secure Boot should be an option you can enable or disable, so just disable it if you don't want to use it. Secure Boot must be configured before it will be active.

    Or are you having a problem related to Secure Boot? Does your UEFI have an option called CSM? The change of the disk formatting from MBR to GPT is telling me that something caused a UEFI booting OS installation to be configured at some point.

    What problem are you having?

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