Thank you for reading this. Hope you can help me. At present, I have a problem with my Asus laptop. It is not starting properly. I have used it for 2 years, without a problem. This is what happens when I would start up.
- I switch the Asus laptop on.
- I see the Asus logo, and wait.
- A blue box comes up, saying ‘Enter Password’.
- I enter the password, as required.
At this point, the laptop usually goes onto the Windows Entry Screen, showing me the picture of a window in Windows 10. I can then usually go to my account in Windows 10.
Now, however, I do not get to the Windows Entry Screen. Instead, I see a red box, saying the following:
(at the top) Secure Boot Violation
(text) Invalid Signature Detected. Check Scure Boot Policy
Once this message is shown, I get no further.
The last thing I did was to update Windows 10. After this, I saw the red box. Does anybody have any suggestions to get around this problem, please?.
Edited by britechguy, 07 April 2018 - 08:54 AM.
Moved to BSOD/Hangs since it seems a "best fit" here rather than general Win10 support. Will move again if necessary.