Secure Boot Violation Error Instructions

Instructions on how to clear the "Secure Boot Violation" error on a Redbird Simulator.

If you see the following message after Windows Update KB3133977:

"The system found unauthorized changes on the firmware, operating system, or UEFI drivers. Press [OK] to run the next boot device, or enter directly to BIOS Setup if there are no other boot devices installed. Go to BIOS Setup > Boot and change the current boot device into other secured boot devices."

Follow the instructions below to get the system to boot normally:

To protect user's systems from malware attacks, ASUS motherboards implement the Microsoft Secure Boot feature by default. This feature performs a legal loader check to boot into the OS. As Windows 7 does not support Secure Boot (https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh824987.aspx) with the update of KB3133977, the system might detect inconsistent OS loader keys, resulting in boot failure.

ASUS Secure Boot Violation

 

Please change UEFI Secure Boot settings as outlined in the steps below, this will allow the system to boot into the operating system successfully.

Step 1: Plug your All-In-One USB Keyboard into the Pilot Key Slot (or another USB Slot directly on the simulator's computer).

Step 2: As the system boots, repeatedly press Del or F2 to enter UEFI BIOS setting

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Step 3: Enter the UEFI Ez Mode, then press F7 to enter Advanced Mode

EZ-Mode

 

 Step 4: Enter the Advanced Mode Menu->Boot->Secure Boot

Advanced Mode - Boot

 

Step 5: Change “OS type” to “Other OS”

Secure Boot - Other OS

 

Step 6: Press F10 to Save the changes and reboot

Save & Reset

 

Step 7: When it reboots, the system should now boot into Windows normally.

 

If you encounter any issues during the process, please contact Redbird Support.

 

Post republished from the ASUS Website: https://www.asus.com/support/FAQ/1016356/