Easy Way To Enable Secure Boot to Install Latest Windows 11
This article explains how to activate the safe boot in your UEFI/BIOS so you can continue by installing Windows 11.
|How to Enable Secure Boot to Install Windows 11|
How do I activate the boot safe?
The easiest way to allow safe boots is to do it through UEFI/BIOS. This is usually registered as one of the many options in the BIOS, so you can activate it just by turning it on.
1. Startup, or restart your PC or laptop, and immediately after starting to turn on, repeatedly press the keyboard command to enter UEFI/BIOS. This is specifically for your motherboard or system manufacturer, so that the actual keys can vary, but general ways include DEL, F2, F10, F11, and F12.
For special instructions on how to access UEFI/BIOS, see your motherboard or manual system, or check your manufacturer's website. You can also use Windows Boot Manager if you want.
2. If your UEFI/BIOS has a limited and advanced mode, switch to advanced mode.
3. Find a tab at the top of the screen for boot, or security. Boot options are safe in one of these menus.
Notes : The motherboard used for the purpose of this guide and screenshots is the Asrock B450M Pro 4. This has a security and boot section, with a safe boot option in the security menu. The location of the safe boot at UEFI/BIOS you can vary.
4. Look at the list of options on the current tab that you are looking for until you find a safe boot option. If you can switch directly, select, and select activate.
Notes : Or, if the boot is safe has its own submenu, navigate to the first, before choosing to activate it.
5. If your UEFI/BIOS has a shortcut button to save changes, press. Or, navigate to the save and exit tab, and select save.
6. When you are satisfied that the safe boot has been activated, press the shortcut button to store and exit, or as an alternative, navigate to the menu save and exit (or equivalent) and select save and exit. If asked to confirm you want to save, do it.
• What if I can't activate the safe boot at UEFI/BIOS?
If you can't find a safe boot option in your UEFI/BIOS, maybe your system is too old to offer that function. Maybe, however, you can activate that option by increasing your UEFI/BIOS firmware. To see if it is possible, visit your system system or motherboard manufacturer, and see if there is an update that is suitable for your device.
• How to deactivate a safe boot?
You can turn off safe boots using the same process as above. Follow steps 1-3 to enter your BIOS, and then select disable to turn it off.