After the upgrading Windows 7/8 to Windows 8.1, the watermark “SecureBoot isn’t configured correctly“ appears on the desktop. This problem arises in some of the computers and laptops like ASUS K55VD, HPE H8-1360t and Sony VAIO. The main problem is that the video card, CPU, or motherboard do not support Windows 8.1 UEFI or GOP and hence, the whole device is not compatible with secure boot by Microsoft specifications.
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Fix: SecureBoot Isn’t Configured Correctly In Windows 8.1
First of all update BIOS to the latest version.
Open settings → change PC settings → general
Now goto Advanced Startup → Restart Now
Now click on Troubleshoot → Advanced Options → UEFI Firmware Settings → Restart → Access BIOS
Turn On Secure Boot to install some keys.
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