Secure Boot is a feature designed to prevent malicious software and unauthorized media from loading during the boot process. This option is enabled by default, but can be turned off in UEFI / BIOS. Use the instructions below to enable or disable secure boot.
- Press and hold the power button for 10 seconds to completely shutoff your computer.
- Power on the system. As soon as the first logo screen appears, immediately press F2 to enter the BIOS.
- Use the right arrow key to select Security.
- Use the down arrow key to highlight Set Supervisor Password and press Enter.
- Create a password and press Enter. Retype the password to confirm and press Enter again.
- Use the right arrow key to select Boot.
- Press the down arrow key to select Secure Boot and press Enter.
- With the arrow key, highlight Disabled and press Enter.
- Press the F10 key and select Yes to save the changes and exit the BIOS.
NOTE: We suggest removing the supervisor password immediately after enabling Secure Boot. If you choose not to remove your supervisor password, make sure you write it down for future use.