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Old 02. May 2015, 09:44 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Joe A.TT View Post
Remah, I'm not doubting that it's a 2-stage process on the OP's computer. For that matter, every article I've ever read says you must disable Secure Boot and change the Boot Mode to Legacy/UEFI. All I'm saying is that on my laptop I only have to do one thing, i.e. change the Boot Mode to Legacy/EUFI. In other words, I don't ever have worry about toggling Secure Boot, and that is what I find strange. Also, just to make to be sure I'm not imagining things, I tried it again and confirmed it is so.
Joe A.TT, I was saying that it makes sense to do it in one step as Lenovo has. The only reasons that I can think of for turning off Secure Boot are troubleshooting issues in which, for example, the legacy mode is needed to boot from other devices.
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