KB5000802 CU Windows 10 v2004 build 19041.867 and v20H2 19042.867  

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  1. Posts : 50,055
    Windows 10 Home 64bit 21H1 and insider builds
       #280

    Jaguwaar20 said:
    The Windows system was corrupted and has now been fixed !
    I want to thank everyone for their guidance and suggestions and for being patient with me while I had used so much digital ink to get this issue resolved.

    A shout out to all - a big thanks !


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    Attachment 323502
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  2. Posts : 29,670
    Windows 11 Pro x64 Version 22H2
       #281

    Excellent.


    The repair install definitely has its use.


    Stay safe
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  3. Posts : 145
    Windows 10 Home
       #282

    ... One more thing


    Before performing the repair install, I booted into the system's UEFI menu using the manufacturer's method and disabled Secure boot in the UEFI boot mode. Before getting too far in the weeds on all the different menus in UEFI boot mode (UEFI and Legacy, UEFI and BIOS, UEFI native, UEFI + CSM, and Legacy), the obstacle is whether I have full control to re-enable secure boot again after the repair install of Windows.

    To my dismay, Secure boot might no longer be an option that can be re-enabled if it was not enabled before the OS repair install.

    After the repair install, an attempt to re-enable Secure boot produced a message which read that Legacy boot was enabled. Except on the same 'boot' menu settings where Secure boot is found, the Legacy boot setting is showing 'Disabled' and it always has been.

    Any chance or possibility of re-enabling Secure boot now?

    msinfo32 shows that Secure boot state is OFF
    pics of the AMI with Aptio setup settings menu are available
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  4. Posts : 19,498
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #283

    Jaguwaar20 said:
    Before performing the repair install, I booted into the system's UEFI menu using the manufacturer's method and disabled Secure boot in the UEFI boot mode. Before getting too far in the weeds on all the different menus in UEFI boot mode (UEFI and Legacy, UEFI and BIOS, UEFI native, UEFI + CSM, and Legacy), the obstacle is whether I have full control to re-enable secure boot again after the repair install of Windows.

    To my dismay, Secure boot might no longer be an option that can be re-enabled if it was not enabled before the OS repair install.

    After the repair install, an attempt to re-enable Secure boot produced a message which read that Legacy boot was enabled. Except on the same 'boot' menu settings where Secure boot is found, the Legacy boot setting is showing 'Disabled' and it always has been.

    Any chance or possibility of re-enabling Secure boot now?

    msinfo32 shows that Secure boot state is OFF
    pics of the AMI with Aptio setup settings menu are available
    Secure BOOT is in BIOS/UEFI, windows will not change anything in BIOS.
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  5. Posts : 27,058
    Win11 Pro, Win10 Pro N, Win10 Home, Windows 8.1 Pro, Ubuntu
       #284

    Thank Technical Boy(the tech god on American Gods)


    for @Brink, and his posting the .msu links, I was getting the error too from Windows Update.
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  6. Posts : 29,670
    Windows 11 Pro x64 Version 22H2
       #285

    That is strange. You should be able to re-enable Secure Boot.

    Do you see anything about reloading default keys.
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  7. Posts : 1,956
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #286

    " I was getting the error too from Windows Update ".........yes, only downloading/install fixed my Canon-printer !
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  8. Posts : 145
    Windows 10 Home
       #287

    CountMike said:
    Secure BOOT is in BIOS/UEFI, windows will not change anything in BIOS.
    Let me see if this clarifies what I tried to explain. I tried to change the Secure Boot setting back to the original state of 'Enabled' in BIOS/UEFI. I receive a message though that says Legacy boot is 'Enabled'. Except that right underneath the Secure Boot setting that I selected as 'Enabled' in order to change back to Secure boot (on that same menu tab), Legacy Boot shows that it is 'Disabled'.
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  9. Posts : 2,557
    Windows 10 pro x64-bit
       #288

    Jaguwaar20 said:
    Let me see if this clarifies what I tried to explain. I tried to change the Secure Boot setting back to the original state of 'Enabled' in BIOS/UEFI. I receive a message though that says Legacy boot is 'Enabled'. Except that right underneath the Secure Boot setting that I selected as 'Enabled' in order to change back to Secure boot (on that same menu tab), Legacy Boot shows that it is 'Disabled'.
    I don't know if I understand you correctly, but if one is on "Enabled", the other ought to be on "Disabled". As a matter of fact, "legacy boot" should be put on "Disabled" before putting "Secure boot" on "Enabled".
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  10. Posts : 29,670
    Windows 11 Pro x64 Version 22H2
       #289

    Do you have phone.

    Snap a pic of that screen and post please.


    Apart from changing the secure boot option have you ever changed any other setting other than date time ?
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