Windows 10: Re-enabling secure boot after trying out non-WHQL USB 3.1 drivers

Discus and support Re-enabling secure boot after trying out non-WHQL USB 3.1 drivers in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware to solve the problem; The USB 3.1 drivers found here are non-WHQL drivers and need Secure Boot to be disabled for the OS to boot. Take note that this is a legit site and is... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware' started by kevindd992002, Sep 29, 2019.

  1. Re-enabling secure boot after trying out non-WHQL USB 3.1 drivers


    The USB 3.1 drivers found here are non-WHQL drivers and need Secure Boot to be disabled for the OS to boot. Take note that this is a legit site and is actually a famous one, in case you guys aren't familiar with it.

    So after trying out these drivers, I decided to use the default Windows 10 WHQL drivers and re-enable Secure Boot. The issue is that my system won't boot (just loops into Automatic Repair) whenever I have Secure Boot enabled. It looks like it's still detecting the non-WHQL drivers but I'm sure they aren't anymore, unless I'm missing something here. Is there a way to check if all my drivers are WHQL-certified or are there any other checks I need to do for Secure Boot to be re-enabled?

    :)
     
    kevindd992002, Sep 29, 2019
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  2. Agility Win User

    Multi-bootable USB

    Hey guys from TPU, couldn't find any specific thread pertaining to the question asked on title. As mentioned, I'm trying to create a bootable USB, but with many specifics boots available.

    I've been trying to create one with multiple boot device including one that enables me to run Windows 10 directly on the USB Thumb Drive but to no avail.

    The list of bootable images i'm trying to create are

    1. Windows 10 (A full OS running from thumb drive)
    2. Windows 10 ISO (Bootable disk image for fresh install)
    3. MemTest86+

    Have tried YUMI or UUI from the website USB PenDrive Linux but as this is my first time, i don't know how am i screwing up or am doing it right.. Anyone got a rough idea on a step by step guide? Thanks!
     
    Agility, Sep 29, 2019
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  3. DaveM121 Win User
    Usb boot

    In your BIOS, disable Secure Boot, enable Legacy Boot, enable CSM if Required/available

    Then if the option to enable USB Boot appears, enable it

    Then your USB flash Drive should appear in the boot list

    If it still does not, plug it into another USB port, preferable not beside the one it is currently plugged into and try again to see if it appears in the boot menu . . .
     
    DaveM121, Sep 29, 2019
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  4. Re-enabling secure boot after trying out non-WHQL USB 3.1 drivers

    HyperSLI (Enabling SLI on non-sli motherboards)

    PCIx1 empty slot ?
    Disable USB 3.0 (In the BIOS to disable the two options of USB 3.0)
     
    -=LeKtoR=-, Sep 29, 2019
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