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    Windows 11 - Can't activate secure boot

    Hey, I have Rog gu501gm, I updated my laptop to Windows 11, and now some games dosent work anymore, for example:

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    My TPM 2.0 is enable, so the problem probably is the secure mode, but I can't do any changes over there to enable it.

    This is my options when Im in the bios menu:

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    Thank you!

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    New ROGer Array Gus.Ghanem PC Specs
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    Check if you need to convert MBR to GPT:
    https://www.howtogeek.com/245610/how...tween-the-two/
    Secure Boot requires GPT

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    I have GPT

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    New ROGer Array Gus.Ghanem PC Specs
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    In the start menu click Windows Security then click Device Security and see what it says. Do you have the latest BIOS update

    Maybe you need to disable CSM in the BIOS
    Last edited by Gus.Ghanem; 09-29-2021 at 10:06 PM.

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    If TPM and UEFI were not enabled you wouldnt be able to install win 11. If you did it though a hack then problems are to be expected.
    Id try reloading the app.

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    Did you enable "Expert Users" in the BIOS UEFI Firmware?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gus.Ghanem View Post
    In the start menu click Windows Security then click Device Security and see what it says. Do you have the latest BIOS update

    Maybe you need to disable CSM in the BIOS
    What I need to see in the device security window? and yes, I just updated the bios yesterday, for some reason i dont have even the csm option in my bios.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJohnny View Post
    If TPM and UEFI were not enabled you wouldnt be able to install win 11. If you did it though a hack then problems are to be expected.
    Id try reloading the app.
    The tpm is enabled, but the problem is the secure mood, i can't change in the options to active.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesseinsf View Post
    Did you enable "Expert Users" in the BIOS UEFI Firmware?
    How I can do it?

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