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Is there a way to Flash BIOS to support UEFI secureboot?

Q: Is there a way to Flash BIOS to support UEFI secureboot?

I have Dell XPS L502x (i7, 8GB, 750GB, 2GB nVidia GT 540m) with Intel Huron River HM67 Chipset.Win7 Home Premium x64.
I have classical BIOS with no secureboot.
Can I use the new UEFI feature which supports secureboot, GPT disks, multiple primary partitions, etc.

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A: Is there a way to Flash BIOS to support UEFI secureboot?

Hi there!

I don't believe there is an easy way to do it. But your best bet would be here (UEFI) Dell XPS 15z L511z modded BIOS - and HOWTO

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Hi,I'm trying to deploy Windows 10 Enterprise using SCCM via PXE boot.
I can't find any way to do that with UEFI and Secure Boot enabled. No option to PXE boot at all with UEFI enabled it seems. I've updated to BIOS version A20.I can PXE boot and deploy Windows using Legacy mode, but it's not ideal (I want Secure Boot running on the machine to prevent Bitlocker exploits!!)
Isn't it possible to PXE boot the E7440 with UEFI and Secure Boot enabled?

A:E7440 PXE boot with UEFI and SecureBoot?!

I'm not sure that this goes for the E7440, but on the Latitude 7480 you will need to activate the UEFI network stack, to get this to work.
On the 7480 that setting is found under System Configuration -> Integrated NIC.
It's a checkbox called "Enable UEFI Network Stack"

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OK, here is the issue: My UEFI/SecureBoot enabled computers (Lenovo ThinkPad T430s, T440s, T440p, X230, X240, all 64bit) that are booting from WDS only get a 640x480 display resolution.
I'm using the unmodified WinPE 5 from ADK 8.1 but I have the same issue with WinPE 4 from ADK 8.0. Booting this WinPE 5 wim from USB results in a native (based on EDID, 1920x1080) resolution which is expected. Booting the same wim from WDS (tried 2008 R2
and 2012) I only get 640x480. Even after adding display drivers and providing an answer file the resolution stays at 640x480 when bootign from WDS.
As soon as I go back to BIOS or turn on CSM support with UEFI enabled, the display resolution is 1024x768 (no change on the WinPE wim, just different BIOS settings).
So, the question is, does anybody here boot a UEFI/SecureBoot enabled computer from WDS with the original WinPE 4/5 and gets more than 640x480?

A:Anybody trying to deploy a UEFI/SecureBoot based computer with WDS?

Based on my research, Once UEFI has determined which display is enabled to display the pre-operating system screen, it must select the mode to apply based on the logic in this article: 
UEFI GOP mode Test

In your situation, it seem that in UEFI, display resolution is by default to set as 640*480.
As I known, MDT has integrated some scripts can bypass this. 
Kate Li
TechNet Community Support

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Hello I have several laptops models (Elitebook 820 G2; Elitebook 850 G2; EliteBook Folio 9470m; Zbook 17 G2) which don't want to boot in WinPE from the Windows Boot manager if SecureBoot is enabled. Other Models like EliteBook Folio 1040 G1; ProBook 650 G1 works fine with enbaled UEFI and Secure Boot !!! In my case I boot the UEFI computers with a USB stick and download the WinPE to the Windows Boot Manager (by MDT, confgmgr, SCCM]. But once the bootimage is on the systems and restart the computer to boot from the local Windows Boot Manager, it fails. A message appears: "No bootable image found, notebook will shutdown" But WinPE was successfully downloaded into OS Boot Manager. I've checked the configuration with Bcdedit too.USB Stick is formated with FAT32 and the local local disk is GPT. All looks good.  Interessting point is that if I login to the BIOS now and change the Secure Boot to "disable" the computer boot in WinPE immediately. All Laptops have latest BIOS version. I've tried BIOS Factory defaults, Clear Secureboot Keys and Security defaults. Nothing changed if UEFI and Secure Boot is enabled. It seems there are different SecureBoot checks implemented in different laptop models. Has anyone a solution, similar experiences or an explanation ?? Thanks a lot in advance

A:Unable to boot in WinPE if UEFI SecureBoot is enabled

Did you ever get this problem solved? We encounter the same symptoms with 840 G1 - G3.

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lenovo 7360  link bios http://support.lenovo.com/hu/hu/products/Desktops-and-all-in-ones/ThinkCentre-M-Series-desktops/Thin...

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Hello notebook "HP EliteBook 8570w Workstation" not auto booting from UEFI mSATA SSD.How can I change the BIOS to boot notebook from the UEFI mSATA SSD?Now I have to manually select the file bootx64.efi

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===========DELL BIOS==============
In many situation, i have to boot to WinPE in uefi mode with legacy support to repair something
i would like to see the uefi boot line in this picture
but when i create a usb boot with a hiden fat32 partition in my usb, i cant see this line? what wrong with my usbi have try to setup MBR and PBR by bootice but nothing change
can someone teach me how to create 2 hiden fat32 partition to boot in this caseaddition
in legacy mode, i use plop boot manager so i can choose with partition to boot but in uefi i cant do this
i want my laptop can automatically recognize my fat32 partition

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===========DELL BIOS==============
In many situation, i have to boot to WinPE in uefi mode with legacy support to repair something
i would like to see the uefi boot line in this picture
but when i create a usb boot with a hiden fat32 partition in my usb, i cant see this line? what wrong with my usbi have try to setup MBR and PBR by bootice but nothing change
can someone teach me how to create 2 hiden fat32 partition to boot in this caseaddition
in legacy mode, i use plop boot manager so i can choose with partition to boot but in uefi i cant do this
i want my laptop can automatically recognize my fat32 partition

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Just briefly I have reason to believe a malicious attack occur on my local system taking the last.

I have noticed several log files attempting to and eventually changing critical properties system wide, it a nut shell I believe someone is trying(nearly complete) to grant superuser right to every thing on my local drive. including flashing the bios into boot memory, no located externally on a network i have no access too

I have spent a lot of time trying to figure out what if any services files and general system measures I need to secure my root folder on my local hard disk and have prevented something similar previously and recovered system structure for a period. But it continue to have insecure elements and processes

I am little bit of a novice at system security on win 8 and hope for some skill advice and guidance to back up a clean boot able recovery disk and protect bios, restore access to several important person data folders remotely store on an unrecognised external network

HELP ME Please

ps even just the correct interpretation of what im seeing

A:is my system compromised (bios flash, UEFI unauthorized)

I would have to see those longs in question. You have Windows 8 Pro? If you go to "Local Users and Groups" are there any extra users there that you never made yourself? And are there any "Superusers" in thew Groups list? By default, there are no "Superusers".

If you have an Nvidia Video Card, there will be a user named "UpdatusUser" - This is to allow them to update your software, the user profile gets installed by their "GeForce Experience" program.

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I have an HP Envy 17t-2000 CT0 3D Edition Notebook PC (Product Number: XG360AV) that has Beats - IDT HD Audio; 1GB Radeon HD 6800M Series; 17.3" Full HD BrightVwinfinity LED (1920x1080); 1-TB HDD; MS Office Professional;   Realtek/Intel: Ethernet & Wi-Fi; Blu-ray player; 8 GB DDR3; Running on Windows 7 Professional x64. BIOS Version: F.15 and Date: 05/20/2011; Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2630QM CPU @ 2.00GHz, 2001 Mhz, 4 Core(s), 8 Logical Processor(s) I've performed Return to Factory State and reinstalled all my other software 3x now. I was getting an error message that would disappear before I could read it fully. I caught: ...Windows was unable to load a service... before the message disappeared. My taskbar looked like a sorta like Windows in safe mode, and I'd lost all my Administrative access other than in Safe Mode. This time I'm updating the drivers for every piece of hardware in this Laptop because I've been pretty lax with updating the drivers: I have never updated the BIOS since I got this laptop in May 2011. I've bricked a few laptops flashing the BIOS that's why I'm using a 6 year old BIOS. I do plan on doing a clean install of Windows 10 x64 on the laptop eventually. I downloaded and ran the HP Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) Support Environment; HP BIOS Update UEFI; BIOS Version F.1C (11/23/2012) for OS Windows 7 Professional x64... But Not a thing happened except I now have a unlabled Drive Letter ..?  ... Read more

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I was told the 660 standard case would support the 4 gig card if:  "PCIe slot is rated to supply at least 60w of power" Does it?
Also, we have 2 gigs video ram on our system but only 32 megs are accessible. I have tried repeatedly to get into the BIOS at reboot with no luck. Not del, f12 or f2 work to get me into the BIOS to allocate more video ram. Any suggestions?
Here is a link to the card (EVGA GeForce GT 730, 04G-P3-3739-KR, 4GB GDDR5, Single Slot) I would like to upgrade to:

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Yesterday, I had trouble in device one of my friends

Is a new device, there it type of MB GIGABYTE Model "ga-p61a-d3".

When I tried to do I install Windows 7 via flash memory after the first screen choose your language and then show a message that the agreement does not exist any Drive.

I enter the BIOS and try disable UEFI bios or change to legacy mode but same thing. and try disable CSM also the same thing.

I got to bring windows CD and install Windows normally.

After a search today I found it to be make a flash memory with another program to working on that type of Bios.

My question is: If I make a Flash Memory by program "refuse" to work on UEFI BIOS will work on all devices or devices with this type of bios only.

And if the answer is not possible Is there a way to make it work on all devices with the old BIOS and the UEFI bios.

I have two flash memory and making with programs " SARDU and Win Setup_1_0_beta8"

A:Problem: When install Windows 7 from the flash and Bios from type UEFI

Work through the steps for Overcoming Windows 7 Installation Failures - Windows 7 Help Forums

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We use WMI to set BIOS settings in an automated enviroment where we deploy 100:s of Lenovo computers on a weekly basis. We have been using the WMI-function to do this with great success during the last few years. Now the M900 model is released and we realised that alot of settings changed name from SecurityChip to Security Chip which forced us to build special customisation to handle this (Lenovo has kept the same names consistently for the last four to five years). I have managed to figure out most settings via the ListAll.vbs-script that calls for all settable settings in the BIOS via WMI. I even tried with the official BIOS backup utility but it returns the same result. Secure Boot is not possible to set any more. I have tried founding it in other options but it is not listable as a possible setting via WMI any more. I can of course set it via the BIOS setup utility manually but that is not a feasible solution when deploying hundreds of computers. We have it automated on all other Lenovo models since the last few years, even the new ThinkPad X260, T460s, X1 and so on is working perfectly. All except the M900 model! We desperatly need help to be able to set this setting for our deployment center! Regards,Henrik

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Three easy question: 1- What is the "Bios back flash" option in the Bios configuration menu?2- What is it used for?3- How does it work? Thanks in advance.

A:"Bios Back Flash" - Support required.

Axas8 wrote:Three easy question: 1- What is the "Bios back flash" option in the Bios configuration menu?2- What is it used for?3- How does it work? Thanks in advance.Either its too easy or difficult that no one wants to answer the questions. So have you gathered enough any info regarding your questions?

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I have an M55 8810 with a Core 2 Duo E6300 1.86 GHz CPU. The latest bios flash for my machine is dated January 09. There is a lot of information concerning bug fixes, etc. Is there any additional CPU support for the motherboard? I'm currently relying on the parts list for the model and motherboard as a guide for upgrades. Thanks.

Go to Solution.

A:M55 latest bios flash --- any newer CPU support?

There's no way of telling whether Lenovo added support for more processors.

\\ I do not respond to PM regarding individual tech support. Keep discussions in the forum for the benefit of others //

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I have a brand new L390. Stock settings in BIOS. I want to bot on a USB key and the pc only flashes when I select my key in F12 menu...I go to the BIOS on disable all that awful secureboot and choose boot type UEFI+legacy and the same thing happens, because the BIOS reset to default [=secureboot ON, only UEFI] settings after I press F10.

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Hi, I have changed harddisks in my lenovo yoga C930 and installed linux on it.How do I have to access the BIOS and how can I disable secureboot (and keep it disabled) F12 gives me the boot menu, not the BIOS

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My newly-bought ThinkPad X1 Carbon 7th Gen (20R1) stucked into the ultimate boot loop of "Configuration changed - restart system". The BIOS version is 1.12 Steps to reproduce:Follow the archlinux wiki secureboot page's enrolling your own key section.After I successfully enrolled my key, it booted into the linux once, but after the restart. The whole machine stucked into the loop. BIOS setup can't be entered, any boot entry inaccessible. I consider this as a BIOS Bug. Please pay attention to this issue and fix it! Same issue here: https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkPad-P-and-W-Series-Mobile/Thinkpad-P1-Gen2-stuck-in-Bootloop-quot-...

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Windows 10 Pro
GA-X79-UD5 rev 1.0
40GB DDR3 Quad
512 SSD
GTX 1060

Upgraded Video Card from GTX 560 Ti to GTX 1060 Strix, machine boots but no video output or just black/blank screen.

Did a bit of online research and realize that two ways of fixing this
1. Change PCI setting to Legacy in BIOS/UEFI
2. Update to latest BIOS.

I decided to try and update BIOS to latest BETA (13w) using @bios from Windows. Everything went ok, reboots fine and still does now with Windows loading no problem, BUT i can't get to BIOS/UEFI???

All i get is the UEFI empty blue screen, no menus/options, just blank screen...

So i thought maybe i can reverse back to previous BIOS from windows but program wouldn't allow this. I tried sticking BIOS file in USB but the problem is i can't get to BIOS.

I Have tried running backup BIOS as board has two, but still same problem.

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What is UEFI Boot Source means and why some people disable this feature?


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A few months ago I purchased a new Lenovo ThinkCentre M73 Small Form Factor desktop computer. It has Windows 7 Professional preinstalled.  I am thinking of updating to Windows 10. My M73 has a regular BIOS.  Can it be changed to UEFI, and would there be an advantage in doing so?Also, I am planning to install an SSD and move the OS to the SSD and use the HDD for extra storage. I think this would be a significant improvement to the system speed and faster boot up.  I have done it on older desktops I own.Thank you in advance to anyone with good advice.

A:M73 ThinkCentre: Can BIOS be changed to UEFI, and is there an advantage to UEFI?

M73 SFF (&Tower) does have a UEFI setting, it is not the default (compatibility mode).   I changed it to UEFI to boot a MemTest86 CD to run the latest v6 tests:  What's New in MemTest86 for the UEFI platform (Version 5 and later)? 
This describes the differences well:   differences-between-uefi-and-bios

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As Adobe will end support for flash at the end of 2020. Which is  last version of  Internet Explorer will be able to support adobe flash and from which version flash is not supported at all.

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Hello my friends ! A time ago i bouhgt two Lenovo ideapad 100 14 IBY (FreeDos Version) and install Windows 10 on it with UEFI and GPT Partition Table. All works fine until i want to play around with Linux and install UBUNTU Mate in UEFI on one of them. The install was easy but the Performance on Ubuntu with Bay Trail and the don't working Bluetooth was a reason to switch back to Windows 10. After that the Problem beginns. The Bios don't let me save changes anymore (only time and date !). There was no UEFI ESP and GPT Support since i install UBUNTU and the Bios Menu looks like that:Bios Entries on a blank DiskBootingThe Disk is Blank there is no ubuntu on there (Don't know waht the EFI Entries are no Hardware is connected). And when I boot also go to Network Boot there.(No Matter a USB Stick is connected). So what i did: # I Dismantle it and disconnect Battery and Cell and wait half an hour. # Nothing changes !# I change the HDD. # Nothing changes !# Reflash the BIOS by edit the plattform.ini - CheckByBios=1 - Error Cannot mount EFI Partition. # Nothing changes !# Install Windows 10 - Make mbr2gpt.exe and bcdedit and bootrec. # Nothing changes ! I can install and run Windows 10 in MBR and BIOS Mode on it. But no USB Stick was displayed in Boot Menu. So now Iam on my Limit and the Question is there a way to put UEFI and GPT back on it or does the BIOS locked in this State. For me UEFI is MALEWARE so why can a simple UBUNTU damaged my BIOS and ... Read more

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When I press Restore Settings button in BIOS setting (through F2 when Dell logo is displayed at booting) then the dialog with two options is shown:

BIOS Defaults
Factory Settings

What is the difference about these two options (BIOS Defaults vs. Factory Settings) please?
Thank you.

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I am looking at the card
EVGA GeForce GTX 750Ti SC 2GB GDDR5 Graphics Card. Looks like a good card. Problem it is said to support UEFI. I am not sure my computer support it. Is it related to windows, to BIOS or to p;rocessor ?

A:UEFI support ?

What is it... http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-8/what-uefi
UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) is a standard firmware interface for PCs, designed to replace BIOS (basic input/output system).Click to expand...

Supports it, doesn't mean it needs it to function. I believe it just means on a machine that has UEFI, the card is able to update and function properly. IF it says "UEFI required" then you would need to research your machine, otherwise it should work either way.

My thoughts anyway, there is a chance I could be wrong.

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Does the Pavilion HPE h8-1017cb support UEFE? I need to replace the Radeon HD 6570 graphics card that has failed with something new, but I need to be sure the new card will work in this PC

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Hi There,

I just built a desktop with a sabertooth x79 motherboard, and am running Windows 8.1 pro 64-bit. When I click the UEFI BIOS Firmware live tile via the change PC settings>update and recovery>recovery>etc. my computer reboots normally to Windows and will not open BIOS. I have tried accessing it using the delete and f2 keys, but this does nothing either.

Any ideas? I am up to date in terms of my BIOS, and am definitely running UEFI and not legacy.

Thank you so much.

A:UEFI BIOS firmware restart doesn't boot to BIOS

Motherboards - SABERTOOTH X79

Originally Posted by ASUS

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Hi Guys
I restored an image created with Macrium Reflect on my wife's computer (Custom build with Asus P8Z77-V LX mother board) and everything went fine until rebooting when i got to the "Please press DEL or F2 to enter UEFI BIOS settings" then everything stopped.
I have tried F2 DEL F8 F12 just about all the F combinations and nothing works, I have two SSD drives one with Win7 Pro and one with Win10 Pro (not connected at the same time) and neither of them will boot up.
I have tried changing the jumper pins from 1 and 2 to 2 and 3 for 10 sec to clear the RTC Ram in CMOS then returned then to 1 and 2 and tried rebooting...no change so i removed the battery and repeated the jumper pin swap then reinstalled the battery and still no change, cannot get passed press DEL or F2 to access the BIOS settings.
I even downloaded the latest BIOS and updater as shown and put them on a USB flash drive together and tried the Macrium Rescue disk, and still nothing happened and it will not open the BIOS maybe i got it all wrong ?
I was hoping someone here might know how to put it right, i am out of idea's and any help would be greatly appreciated.

System Specs

Intel Core i7 3770K Ivy Bridge 3.5GHz 8MB
Motherboard Asus P8Z77-V LX LGA1155 ATX Motherboard
Memory G.Skill 8GB Kit (2x4GB) DDR3 Ripjaws X C9 1600MHz
Samsung 840 Series 120GB 2.5" 7mm SSD SATA3 530/130 x2 = 1 Win7 and 1 Win10
Storage Drive Western Digital Caviar Black WD2002FAEX 3.5" 2TB 64MB 7200RPM
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Hello together, i have a problem with our System X3650 M4 Server, Machinetype Model: 5462G2G. I downloaded an imm and an uefi update file from the lenovo website.First i updated imm through the imm2 website remotly.Update did go as planned, i restarted th imm2 and after about 5 minutes the new imm2 was working an accessible,Then i tried to update the uefi bios from version 1.01 to 2.31 , also via the IMM2 -> Servermangement -> Server Firmware -> Firmware upgrade option.I Uploaded the new file lnvgy_fw_uefi_tce128i-2.31_anyos_32-64.upd, then started the upgrade process. It went through fine, and after the sucess information i was prompted to restart the OS.After 30 minutes, the server was still in System State = running in uefi mode.When i checked back to the server management -> Server firmware rab, it said UEFI Primary, Status pending, Version 2.31.Then i "powered off" the server, and restarted it 5 minutes later. All status boxes are green, but system status is still in "system running in UEFI " Mode, it wont start with the OS (VMware) Does anyone have an idea how to fix the problem. The Server also has a secondary bank with the old bios version  1.01 , how can i switch back to this backup BIOS? Many thanks in advance, i am getting a bit desperate here. The server should be operational tomorrow morning again.

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Hi HP experts, I have been reading about UEFI and Gpt partition versus Mbr partition, and from what i understand about these subjects - the Gpt partition is to prefer if the laptop supports UEFI, because the laptop boots faster, but is that the only thing thats better about it ?I found the driver page for my Envy, and found out that under help program/tools, there were a program named HP UEFI-support (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) . Now i am not quite sure if this means that my Envy supports everything about UEFI, because in my BIOS i dont seem to be able to find anything named UEFI ? But if i press F2 during bootup, i do get a menu wiith for example the opportunity to reverse to an older version of BIOS, and 4 or 5 other options to see what my laptop consists of.I also ran the CMD tool, and ran the diskpart and list disk commands, and the partition is not listed as Gpt, but Mbr, because there aint no * under Gpt column, and i think the only way i could make a clean install for several months ago, was to set the Rufus usb boot tool to Mbr, and then clean install Windows. If and only if you mean that i can gain anything by going the Gpt and UEFI way, by setting Rufus up to make the usb bootable this way, shouldnt i then just reformat to Gpt with CMD with these commands in the order : Diskpart-list disk-select disk-clean , and then shut down the Envy and run the usb drive ?  Further more i suppose the recovery file i made and saved with Ma... Read more

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How do I access the UEFI feature called "Secure Boot"? I need to disable secure boot because I want to install Linux and have the choice of two OS windows 8.1 and Linux distro.Most newer computer platforms support both UEFI and legacy BIOS booting. Does my machine support both? Machine details:B50-70Model name: 20384Windows 8.1

A:Does my B50-B70 machine support both UEFI and Leg...

I don't have a similar machine to check so I can't tell you exactly where in the BIOS configuration you'd find that setting.  Probably under "security" or similar.
You can get to BIOS by doing a full shutdown (SHIFT + shutdown if Win 8x or 10, just shutdown if Win 7) and then pressing the Novo button.
Several Linux distros can boot in secure mode - Ubuntu for instance - so if you are using one of those it shouldn't be necessary to change the setting.

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Hello SF members,

I see today uEFI is very popular, a lot of people use it...
I have ASUS P8H61-M LX2 (it have modern BIOS utility, etc. ).

So, does my mobo support uEFI?

And what is pros and cons of uEFI? I found that I need GPT formated HDD and GPT isn't recommend for HDD who have less than 2.2TB.

If my mobo support it, does I need anything other?


A:Does my mobo support uEFI?

uefi are the modern kinds of BIOS. They are better than older generation BIOS and their more obvious feature is that they have fancy graphics, they don't look like old DOS stuff. Most other things are "better" but from a customer point of view, there isn't a lot to talk about. It supports newer standards like GPT, and other modern stuff that wasn't possible with older generations of BIOS.

As for what you are saying about GPT, afaik UEFI can boot from GPT drives, but work fine with normal (MBT) drives as well. Who said that you need to use only GPT?

According to the product specs here, your BIOS is uefi already.

In any case, you can do nothing about it, as it's the manufacturer that decides what BIOS each board will have.

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Hi,I have an HP PRO 3330MT which has a foxconn 17a0 motherboard. I checked the bios option and it shows secure boot, fast boot, enable/disable legacy support, and UEFI boot sources. It also has a bios version 8.09. So, does this motherboard support UEFI? Because i wanna replace the gt 730 to an RX 470. (I already checked the PSU and measure the case so don't ask about it!) Thanks before

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Hey I have updated to latest BIOS - but do not see any UEFI / Secureboot in BIO+ Does the M32 support UEFI? Mike

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I have three probook 4540s laptops. do they support uefi boot ? thank you

A:does probook 4540s support uefi ?

Hi, I have a Probook 4540s and it has UEFI functionality.Bios version F.60 I can choose in BIOS between 3 boot modes:LegacyUEFI Hybrid (With CSM)UEFI Native (Without CSM) I hope this answers your question.

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Hello everybody!

I'm sorry if this topic has been posted earlier, I searched with no luck.

For years I used a utility CD based on BartPE with several programs
that allowed me to Live boot windows XP off of a CD and manipulate the
hard drives on a computer. Since newer systems operate with AHCI/RAID
and GPT Filetables, or UEFI Firmware instead of BIOS, my little Bart
PE utility image has run into a compatibility brick wall!

I am now in search of a similar utility CD, DVD, or USB image that
will allow me to boot externally from the affected system's OS and
manipulate the data on its drives. Can anybody recommend a utility ISO
or USB image that will allow me to access AHCI/RAID or GPT Based
drives? I would also like for the utility to have UEFI support and be
able to access a network.

Your time is extremely appreciated!


A:Looking for a New BartPE w/ AHCI-GPT & UEFI Support...

Do a search on the web for Hirens Boot CD. Also vist the link I am posting, which is a roll your own WinPe evironment.

Hirens is a linux solution which works for me.

The WinPe route takes some work but I really like using it. The web site has apps already written so that you can add programs to your boot environment.


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I have an Asrock 970 Extreme3 R2.0 Motherboard with Radeon RX480 graphics with Windows 10 installed on a Kingston. I am tempted to set the system on Ultra Fast on the Fast boot options in the bios but according to someone elses post on another forum, you need to make sure that the graphics card VBIOS can support UEFI GOP. I would just like to confirm what Ultra Fast actually does and if the graphics card can support this so i can determine if it's a good idea to set it to Ultra fast.

Cheers for any replies

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Is it possible to update Z400 Workstation BIOS to support UEFI?

A:UEFI support on Z400 Workstation

Hi, I haven't seen any documentation on the Z400 for UEFI support.  Most of the Intel X58 chipset PCs don't support UEFI although there is one vendor that advertises a hybrid EFI. UEFI generally requires addtional ROM space beyond the needs of the bios.  

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This is a less snarky variant of a previous topic of mine. I apologize for the overlap. I have an M90p machine type model 5536A86 currently running Windows 10. Certain updates of Windows 10 (including, but not limited to current build 1511) alter the partition table of the system drive during the update. For some users running BIOS/MBR partitioning, the process fails, rendering the system partition unreadable. I am one of those. I would like to try using GPT partitioning, but can't get my M90p to boot a GPT formatted USB drive, though the same port will boot an MBR drive with the same content. I have the latest firmware version 5JKT65A installed, called "Flash UEFI BIOS update" on this support page: http://support.lenovo.com/us/en/products/Desktops-and-all-in-ones/ThinkCentre-M-Series-desktops/Thin... My machine is out of warranty and I therefore cannot ask Lenovo any questions about it directly, nor have I found documentation directly addressing the question. I am at wit's end and will have to discard the machine if it cannot be made stable. GPT seems my best hope. Can anyone confirm or deny that this device is UEFI capable?

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Favorite USB rescue with UEFI GPT support etc.?

That pretty much says it. At the moment I'm relying on a USB with Macrium Reflect Free. But I would like to get something going for running utilities from a bootable USB.

A:Favorite USB rescue with UEFI GPT support etc.?

Macrium Reflect Standard version.

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I have five microtower 3400 desktops. do they support uefi ?

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I recently updated the bios, for first time after purchase. It was purchased in 2009.
After I updated bios, I got lots of new options in the bios menu.
Like Core Multiplexing, CPU fan control, Usb port disabling, Hard disk predelay, Expansion card text, XD technology, Intel VT, Booting USB devices.

So, I don't know anything about all above things.
Does my mobo support uefi boot for Windows 8.

A:Does this motherboard Intel DG41RQI support UEFI?

Imran I don't know but am very doubtful unless they have made some spectacular advances for that board which is getting on in years.
Now the BIOS update might have been made up to include those features but to give you some idea of the different types see pics - the blue one is the one I think you will have the other darker one is the EUFI type.

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I'm using windows 10 pro and dual boot with mac osx by clover, but now i want to down grade to windows 7 x64. Problem here is i'm on uefi and i dont want to back lagacy mode, how can i install windows 7 without csm support

A:Have any solution to install windows 7 uefi without csm support

I think what you are asking is can you install Windows 7 on a UEIF motherboard bios.

Yes you can. My system in My System Specs is UEIF.

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I wondered if my computer supports UEFI or not. I would like to install Windows 10 with UEFI configuration but my BIOS config doesn't have "Secure Boot" or "Disable Legacy Boot".

A:Does my Vostro 3500 support UEFI boot?

Press the WIN+R keys to open the Run prompt, type "MSInfo" and hit enter. Look for the "BIOS Mode" and it will shown as "UEFI" if your computer supports UEFI.
If you want to install Windows 10 with UEFI, you can use the freeware ISO2Disc to create a GPT bootable USB from Windows 10 ISO.

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i am having no luck finding information so as to install a new 3T hard drive. this is a nightmare. one of the first bits of info i need is whether my motherboard supports or uses UEFI or EFI... any help would be appreciated since there do not seem to be any manuals available (i've checked.) take care-- raze

A:does my IPIEL-LA3 Ereka 3 motherboard support UEFI?

What computer do you have? Is this a pre-built, like a Dell or HP?

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