Author Topic: Yes, you can safely remove UEFI on some systems  (Read 13926 times)

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Re: Yes, you can safely remove UEFI on some systems
« Reply #15 on: 26. December 2015, 04:37:37 »
In the picture with your Security tab - try going into the "I/O Interface Security" setting, and then check to see if there is a "Secure Boot" setting that you can disable.

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Re: Yes, you can safely remove UEFI on some systems
« Reply #16 on: 26. December 2015, 07:50:43 »
It's not there too

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Re: Yes, you can safely remove UEFI on some systems
« Reply #17 on: 26. December 2015, 09:47:15 »
Solved=https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=169354

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Re: Yes, you can safely remove UEFI on some systems
« Reply #18 on: 18. January 2016, 05:24:45 »
Solved=https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=169354
what does this means? I think the solution I need is there, but I just dont understand what to do, since I dont understand how it can overwrite a file with a different name. Any help will be welcome.