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No Secure Boot and CSM options in asus uefi bios

Hi everyone! Motherboard: asus P8P67 PRO (REV 3.1). In the asus uefi bios I don’t have the secure boot, csm and fast boot options. It must be in “boot” menu, but I have nothing there. I have the last version of bios (Version 3602 2012/11/22). Please, tell me, how can I “unhide” this options? Need it so much. Add 2 images with my uefi bios and another one found in the internet. Thanks a lot!!!.

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If the Bios have ONLY UEFI (no Legacy option), you can boot from USB if is formatted FAT32 and not NTFS (or to make UEFI bootable DVD/CD). Many of new PC's/laptop's have only the newer UEFI BIOS (the Legacy Bios is an older option).

1. Download Rufus (freeware, please use the at least the current latest version 3.8)

2. Make a bootable USB flash drive, formatted in FAT32 (!)

3. Put in the PC's, Laptop's USB port.

4. Power on the PC/Laptop and push the ESC (can be F8, F10, etc.. depending on the PC) until you get into the boot selection section.

5. Boot from the USB.

6. Enjoy installing Windows!

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Hi @mememe93 ,

Look under the Advanced tab in BIOS to enable Legacy USB support.

Here’s an image taken from the motherboard user manual (Sect 3.18) which shows the options.

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already done. still no changes.

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Hi @mememe93 ,

Have you tried "load optimized defaults" when exiting BIOS to see if this restores the BIOS functions to default factory values and resets the BIOS so that it will work with Legacy USB support enabled?

Make sure that you know (and list) which BIOS settings you've already altered to suit you're requirements, so that you can restore them back after doing this

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I tried go back to default factory values. Also I tried resetting bios. No result :|

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Hi,

Did you try going to the Windows UEFI settings to see if Secure boot is there?

In Win 10 go to Settings > Update & security > Recovery >Click Restart Now > under Advanced startup > Click Troubleshoot > Click Advanced options.

Select UEFI Firmware Settings and check if secure boot or CSM is there.

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wait please.. I have win7x64 ultimate. Does it have such settings? If it has, tell me please, where I can find it in win7. Thanks a lot!

p.s. as google says, it doesn't :\

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If the Bios have ONLY UEFI (no Legacy option), you can boot from USB if is formatted FAT32 and not NTFS (or to make UEFI bootable DVD/CD). Many of new PC's/laptop's have only the newer UEFI BIOS (the Legacy Bios is an older option).

1. Download Rufus (freeware, please use the at least the current latest version 3.8)

2. Make a bootable USB flash drive, formatted in FAT32 (!)

3. Put in the PC's, Laptop's USB port.

4. Power on the PC/Laptop and push the ESC (can be F8, F10, etc.. depending on the PC) until you get into the boot selection section.

5. Boot from the USB.

6. Enjoy installing Windows!

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Didn't work for me. I used linux default disk image writer and the bootable usb worls fine on my friends laptop but not in my asus q406da zenbook. Also there is no CSM support option and i am using bios version 303. please help me I have stuck in this process since last 2 weeks.

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The thing of using Rufus and Fat32 works… It loads Windows 7 Installation but it freezes on the Windows Logo when loading… I dont know what to do because I need to install windows 7 to install some programs that arent compatible with Win10, then do the upgrade to Win10 and all done… but Nope it freezes in the logo, Idk why the !&&* new MoBos are disabling this option!!!! We are supposed to be free to install the %#*@ OS that we want!

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I've installed a number of older programs by using the Compatiblity Mode.

Now note: apply on both the installer before installing and on the executable after installation.

Select file, Properties, Compatibility, Compatibilty mode, Check "Run this program in compatibility mode for:

" Select Windows 7 or even Vista and finally "Apply" on bottom right of window.

Install and then apply the above to then executable file from Programs Files folder or Programs Files (x86) folder.

Should work. Let us know how it goes.

If program is quite old try Windows XP mode if the others don't work.

OR run something like VirtualBox.

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