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Tried to enable secure boot in bios and now I can't find a way to boot into windows 10

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MorePower!

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Nov 12, 2011
My computer is a windows 10 PC with ASUS Prime B660-PLUS D4 mobo and a 12th gen i5k.

My windows update was telling me that my computer was not windows 11 ready. So upon researching it, I was guided to look at pc health checker and I learned that secure boot was not enabled for my system in bios. Its a very new system and I wanted everything to be tip top. So in my bios under secure boot I changed the two selections. I changed OS Type from Other OS to WIndows UEFI mode. And I changed Secure Boot Mode to Standard. Then I restarted my pc and it went to bios. I clicked on the "reset to defaults" button to put it back to how it was. This was my first time changing the bios so I thought it should work normal again. It didn't. Every time I restart it goes to bios.

On the front page of my bios, in the ez mode version, theres a Boot Priority section. When I click on this it says "there are no bootable devices". I'm not sure if I broke my computer. Any help is appreciated.
 

ssjwizard

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Mar 12, 2002
Most likely the previous install was setup with MBR boot and when you changed it to secure boot there was no efi partition to load from