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How To Enable Secure Boot In Windows 11 Asus

Enabling Secure Boot in Windows 11 on your Asus motherboard is a crucial step to ensure the security of your PC. By following these steps, you can enhance the protection of your system and enjoy a safer Windows 11 experience.

To enable Secure Boot, start by accessing the BIOS. During boot-up, press the delete key to enter the BIOS settings.

Once in the BIOS, navigate to the Boot section. Look for the Secure Boot option and select it.

Choose the OS Type as Windows UEFI mode to enable Secure Boot for Windows 11.

Remember to save and exit the BIOS settings once you have made the appropriate changes.

To verify if Secure Boot is enabled, you can use the msinfo32 command in the Run dialog box. Look for the Secure Boot State option, and if it shows as On, Secure Boot is enabled. If it shows as Off, Secure Boot is disabled.

It is essential to ensure that your BIOS is up to date, clear the CMOS, check TPM settings, disable CSM if enabled, and verify that your hardware meets the requirements for Windows 11.

If you encounter any issues or need further assistance, don’t hesitate to contact ASUS support for help and guidance.

Steps to Enable Secure Boot in Windows 11 Asus

To enable Secure Boot in Windows 11 on your Asus motherboard, follow the step-by-step instructions below.

1. Accessing the BIOS: Restart your computer and press the delete key during boot-up to enter the BIOS.

2. Navigating to the Boot section: Once you are in the BIOS, navigate to the Boot section.

3. Selecting Secure Boot: Look for the Secure Boot option and select it.

4. Choosing the OS Type: Choose the OS Type as Windows UEFI mode to enable Secure Boot.

5. Saving and exiting the BIOS settings: Save your changes and exit the BIOS settings.

6. Checking if Secure Boot is enabled: To verify if Secure Boot is enabled, open the Run dialog box by pressing the Windows key + R, type “msinfo32”, and press Enter. In the System Information window, look for the Secure Boot State option. If it shows as On, Secure Boot is enabled. If it shows as Off, Secure Boot is disabled.

7. Additional steps: It’s important to ensure that your BIOS is up to date. You can visit the ASUS Support website for the latest BIOS update. Clear the CMOS if necessary and check the TPM settings. If CSM (Compatibility Support Module) is enabled, disable it. Furthermore, make sure that your hardware meets the requirements for Windows 11.

If you encounter any issues or need further assistance, you can reach out to ASUS support for professional help.