Question Can't enable Secure boot

reio

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Okay, so i wanted to upgrade to windows 11.

I've watched a few videos how to meet the requirements, I've enabled TPM 2.0, and that worked successfully, however when i tried to enable secure boot, it required me to disable CSM.
So i disabled CSM, and then Secure boot, and did a restart, the machine wont boot to windows, it boots to bios.
So what does it want exactly?

MOBO: ASRock x570 Phantom Gaming 4
GPU: Nvidia GTX 1650
 
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maarkr

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you must have a GPT partition on the disk
go back to your boot w/o the secure boot or CSM
check google to make sure your disk is a GPT partition or how to convert to that
then enable CSM, reboot
then enable secure boot
 
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Okay, so i wanted to upgrade to windows 11.

I've watched a few videos how to meet the requirements, I've enabled TPM 2.0, and that worked successfully, however when i tried to enable secure boot, it required me to disable CSM.
So i disabled CSM, and then Secure boot, and did a restart, the machine wont boot to windows, it boots to bios.
So what does it want exactly?

MOBO: ASRock x570 Phantom Gaming 4
GPU: Nvidia GTX 1650
I had an issue with secure boot and my pc wouldn't even boot BIOS, I have since fixed my issue, but id recommend reverting the setting you have changed back to what it was previously, then you may have some luck.