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Windows 7: Secure Boot Violation when trying to set CD drive to install Win 7

04 Apr 2016   #21
barkial

 

no change, still sticks at black screen with cursor and nothing happens when i press shift and F10 when it says starting windows


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12 Jun 2016   #22
dunkinidaho

windows 7 prof 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by AddRAM View Post
Disable secure boot if possible.

Enable Legacy Boot or Legacy and UEFI Boot (yes sometimes they show as combined) in the Bios, if possible.

Boot device priority has nothing to do with boot order.

Just use the 1 time boot function key ( F8 etc. whatever it is for your model and choose the dvd rom )

Why didn`t you buy him a solid state drive For shame, Bad Daddy

Hello I did buy two ssd's. 250gb m.2 and 500gb samsung 850evo. Put them both in a new Dell 7559 and am trying to install win7pro. I too am getting the invalid signature warning. Need some guidance here. By the way I am not the original poster here I found this post while searching for help

Brian
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12 Jun 2016   #23
ThrashZone

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit
 
 

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27 May 2017   #24
SCANNERMAN777

Windows 7 Ultimate, Windows 8.1 Pro, Linux Mint/Cinnimon (Triple Boot)
 
 

I just ran into that a few days ago trying to reinstall my Win 7 U on SSDs in RAID0 ... Terribly frustrating until I did a search. Easy to fix though, once you follow the directions in that link.
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