So I got my ASUS laptop from the bank yesterday and have been trying to get it running... but I am running into a lot of problems.
One of the things I do get to work on boot is to bypass the secure boot mechanism. However, if I put the computer in UEFI mode (which it is default) then the PC boots into Windows automatically (as if secure boot was disabled)... I have also verified that the BIOS is set to "Allow my Windows installation to start"
Is there a fix or am I SOL?
Check the hardware settings in BIOS. If it's a UEFI boot, then skip the boot selection menu when you first power on the machine.
If this isn't an option, you can use a bootable flash drive (Windows or Ubuntu) and boot off the flash drive. Once you've booted off the flash drive, you can remove it from the computer and it won't be able to be accessed by Windows. You can then re-use the flash drive with a different OS and try again.
You can only disable Secure Boot in the BIOS if you're booted in the UEFI mode with the fast boot or quick start option selected. If you have a traditional, single-mode PC BIOS, it's impossible to disable secure boot in that mode.
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