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Smasher999
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X1 Yoga 1st Gen Secure Boot

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I have a X1 Yoga, 1st Gen Windows 10. I'm trying to do a SSD upgrade. The problem is that I am unable to disable the secure boot option within the BIOS. When I enter the BIOS and authenticate using my fingerprint and password. I then navigate to secure boot option to disable but when I attempt to make the select disable the machine just beeps. Has anyone else encountered the same issue and how did they manage to disable the secure boot?

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Re: X1 Yoga 1st Gen Secure Boot

If you cannot change the options, it sounds like you entered your power-on password instead of your supervisor password and you are viewing the BIOS in read-only mode.


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