[SOLVED] Accidentally deleted PK key in BIOS

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I did something pretty dang stupid. Googled how to disable secure boot on an ASUS motherboard and skimmed through the steps. I didn’t read that I had to backup keys, so I can enable secure boot again. Now I deleted my PK key, whatever that is, and don‘t have a backup. Can I restore it again somehow? It’s a brand new PC with nothing on it, so I can’t lose any data anyway.

NEVER MIND. I figured it out by myself, false alarm lmao
 
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I did something pretty dang stupid. Googled how to disable secure boot on an ASUS motherboard and skimmed through the steps. I didn’t read that I had to backup keys, so I can enable secure boot again. Now I deleted my PK key, whatever that is, and don‘t have a backup. Can I restore it again somehow? It’s a brand new PC with nothing on it, so I can’t lose any data anyway.

NEVER MIND. I figured it out by myself, false alarm lmao
Hey there,

Funnily enough, I was doing the same thing, and wanted to change boot logo. But, there was some error with the key, when playing around. Although I didn't delete the key and got the settings back as intended.

What was your fix? It might help others.
 
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