Windows 10: Confused about Secure Boot being Enabled before Win10 clean installs

  1.    05 Jul 2017 #1

    Confused about Secure Boot being Enabled before Win10 clean installs


    I am kind of mixed up and confused and have been given mixed answers on my question here (on different forums).

    I have created a Win10 bootable USB recently with the Media Creation Tool and in the UEFI settings, I enabled Secure Boot. Of course, with Secure Boot being enabled, I cannot boot other OSs like UNIX or Linux or even some third-party repair tools.

    So, in the event that I need to perform a clean install of Win10 again using my USB bootable media, will I have to disable Secure Boot temporarily until the installation process completes?
    Or, will it cause issues if I just leave Secure Boot On and boot Win10 OS from the USB flash drive?
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  2.    05 Jul 2017 #2

    As you have had ten on before it should be in the database and boot ok
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  3.    06 Jul 2017 #3

    Windows 10 uefi installs are secure boot compliant, so no need to disable to install or boot from it.
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