Secure Boot?

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I run Windows 10 64 bit with 32 gig ram latest build 21H1 19043.1081.
My MOBO is a Micro-Star B450M Pro-VDH MAX 8.0
AMD B.A0-AMD AGESA COMBO AM4V2PI 1.1.0.0

The Desktop PC this belongs to is less tan a year old, an 8 core: AMD Ryzen 7 1700X Eight-Core Processor 3.40 GHz

I have been into the BIOS and found ftpm and enabled 2.0 and UEFI is enabled But I cannot find the secure boot setting anywhere? Is there another name for this setting I have looked under Boot and Security and all other tabs in that section.

So my question is how do I find secure boot on this setup?
 
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Do not worry about the secure boot. In my cmos is grey out. As long as you get the tpm enable, you are OK.
 

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Not according to the Health Check App? Still says I can't run Windows 11?
 

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it is usually under Security tab.
 

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On my MSI MMEG X570 GODLIKE, I had to change from CSM to UEFI, then Change Secure boot type to customer and then use the item that said something along the lines of "configure" or "Pre-load keys" and let it do it's thing and then reboot the machine and then go back into the UEFI FW settings and then I was able to change from Custom to Standard, and then also it would allow Secure Boot to be enabled.

I can't reboot currently, but I;'ll try too within the next half hour or so to get some pics to see if they can help.

Also, though, if your drives are MBR instead of GPT, the mobo might disable changing Secure boot, too. I think.
 

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Some on the Security tab - but some others on the Boot tab.
 

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Secure boot should be under "Boot" on cmos.
it is on mine.. but keep in mind not all BIOS's are the same.. YMMV
 

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Enable Secure Boot

Precautionary notice: If you haven't had this enabled before, your OS will not boot if your boot disk partition style is not GPT.


  1. Enter the BIOS:
    1. Reboot system and press Del repeatedly at system start.
    2. If that does not work, go in Windows, hold the "Shift" key and select Restart from the Start Menu. After restart, the Advanced Startup menu options will appear. Go to Troubleshoot > Advanced options > UEFI Firmware Settings and press Restart.
  2. Switch to "Advanced Mode" if the BIOS is in "Easy Mode".
  3. If you want to enable Secure Boot: "Advanced"-> "Settings"-> "Windows OS Configuration"-> look for "Windows 8/8.1 Feature" or "Windows 10 WHQL Support" and set it to "UEFI".
  4. Save and exit.
  5. Enter BIOS.
  6. Go to "Advanced"-> "Settings"-> "Windows OS Configuration"->Secure Boot-> set "Secure Boot" to Enabled.
  7. Save and exit.
This guide i believe is based on MSI boards for secure boot, Not sure if it'll help but thought id post it anyway, Found on another site
 

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Type msinfo32 into Start Menu from System Information --> Secure Boot State check to see if Secure Boot is enabled (On).
 

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Enable Secure Boot


This guide i believe is based on MSI boards for secure boot, Not sure if it'll help but thought id post it anyway, Found on another site
I have an MSI board and it is exactly the steps I followed.
 

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I run Windows 10 64 bit with 32 gig ram latest build 21H1 19043.1081.
My MOBO is a Micro-Star B450M Pro-VDH MAX 8.0
AMD B.A0-AMD AGESA COMBO AM4V2PI 1.1.0.0

The Desktop PC this belongs to is less tan a year old, an 8 core: AMD Ryzen 7 1700X Eight-Core Processor 3.40 GHz

I have been into the BIOS and found ftpm and enabled 2.0 and UEFI is enabled But I cannot find the secure boot setting anywhere? Is there another name for this setting I have looked under Boot and Security and all other tabs in that section.

So my question is how do I find secure boot on this setup?


It looks like it's under: Settings > Advanced > Windows OS Configuration



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Thanks to all of you for your help! I think I have enabled Secure Boot, but how do I check now that Microsoft have removed the Health Check App?
 

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Thanks to all of you for your help! I think I have enabled Secure Boot, but how do I check now that Microsoft have removed the Health Check App?
Right click Start, then Run. Type in msinfo32 and hit enter. System Info window will open and the secure boot status will be listed on the right.
 

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Thanks! All enabled OK!
 

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That tool seems to be almost as useful as a wet paper hanky!
msinfo32 shows Secure Boot as being On, and UEFI - But this tool shows Secure Boot and UEFI as being disabled?
 

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Mine seems to show everyything as expected on that program, Might be worth rechecking the bios incase you haven't saved itimage_2021-07-02_134606.png
 

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    i7 10700k@5.2
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    Gigabyte Gaming X Z490
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    16GB Viper Steel Series 3200mhz
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    Corsair 650w
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    NZXT S340 Elite
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    Cooler Master Hyper 212 RGB Black Edition
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I can't download the tool, so I only get the online details. But Belarc Advisor (which is very accurate) says I have both Secure Boot and UEFI enabled and working!
 

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  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
    Computer type
    PC/Desktop
    Manufacturer/Model
    Home Build
    CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 1700X Eight-Core Processor 3.40 GHz
    Motherboard
    Micro-Star. has both UEFI / Secure Boot and tpm 2.0
    Memory
    32 Gig
    Graphics Card(s)
    3.40 gigahertz AMD Ryzen 7 1700X Eight-Core
    Sound Card
    On Board
    Monitor(s) Displays
    twin 24 inch hd Acer.
    Screen Resolution
    1920x1080
    Hard Drives
    I ter main OS drive internal/ 3 ter backup drive internal + 2 ter external drive.
    PSU
    ample.
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    No idea?
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    Fans 4.
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    Logitech Solar Panel powered.
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    Goji
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    Ample.
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    Opera
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    Defender
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