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Announcement: Windows 8: ! Disable Secure Boot to install new Hardware !

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Article ID 2800988 Revision 2 - January 10, 2013
  • You make changes to the computer's hardware. Examples would include adding a new graphics, networking or storage controller adapter.
  • You may encounter behaviors such as hanging at a black screen, Windows crashing with a blue screen, or BIOS error messages to change your settings.
Secure Boot must first be disabled before installing new hardware.