If your Windows 10 computer does not start normally but displays a red warning message stating: Secure boot violation, invalid signature detected, secure boot strategy check in configuration then this post will help you.
This problem occurs when you install non-OEM signed boot software that starts at startup. Many people have been facing this problem on different laptops manufactured by Dell, HP, Lenovo, ASUS, Samsung, etc.
How to Fix a Secure Boot Violation in Windows 10
To resolve this error Secure boot violation, invalid signature detected, secure boot strategy check in configurationyou must follow these suggestions-
- Disable Secure Boot
- Disable the application of the driver's signature
These suggestions have been explained in detail below.
1) Disable Secure Boot
Secure Boot is an essential layer of security that prevents OEM unsigned startup software from running at startup. However, if you know what you are doing with the unsigned software, you can disable Secure Boot. You can find an option in the BIOS.
Note that when you disable Secure Boot, the computer becomes much less secure – so only use it temporarily.
Related reading: The system has detected unauthorized changes to the firmware, operating system, or UEFI drivers.
2) Disable the application of the driver's signature
If you have installed a driver that is not verified digitally, this warning message may appear on your Windows 10 computer. The solution for disabling driver signature enforcement and checking whether the problem persists or not. You can disable it from the advanced boot menu or use a command prompt.
If the problem persists, contact the motherboard manufacturer for assistance.