Secure boot is a feature of Windows 8 that helps to prevent malicious software applications and “unauthorized” operating systems from loading during the system start-up process. While it is a great security feature, it effectively prevented you from dual booting your PC. Any other OS without the proper signing key will be deemed as “unauthorized” and won’t be able to boot up. The way to go about it is either install an OS that comes with the appropriate signing key or disable the secure boot feature altogether. In this article, we will show you the latter.\
Disabling secure boot requires tweaking your own computer’s BIOS. If you are not comfortable with playing with the BIOS settings, then this tutorial is not for you. Let’s walk through the process:
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Edited by NickAu1, 31 March 2014 - 11:39 PM.