Asus BIOS Boot loop

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DarkoXIII

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Hello, I am in need of some help regarding my ASUS PC BIOS. I have no idea what's happened but I seem to be stuck in a constant loop no matter what I change and adjust in the boot settings. I've followed instructions online changing the Secure Boot OS Type, Saving PK keys on a USB and loading them back up again, resetting the BIOS via CMOS pins... Nothing seems to work as I'm seeing the EZ mode BIOS everytime now. I also cannot disable the Secure Boot State as it is greyed out. It only disables when I delete PK. Both hard drives appear in the 'boot menu' so I don't think there are any problems with those.

The message I originally had was:

"Secure Boot Violation

The system found unauthorised changes on the firmware, operating system or Uefi drivers.

Press [OK] to run the next boot device, or enter directly to BIOS Setup if there are no other boot devices installed.

Go to BIOS Setup > Advanced > Boot and change the current boot device into other secured boot devices."

I haven't seen that same message for a while now since playing around with the settings. I'm not very tech savvy so it's becoming really frustrating now. I can't access my PC whatsoever. I'm using Windows 10.

I would greatly appreciate any help or advice to help me get back on my PC!
 

crjdriver

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First of all, you are posting in a hardware forum and no one has any idea what hardware you are running. Post ALL of your exact system specs; ie exact motherboard, exact video card, etc, etc.
If this is an asus PC rather than an asus motherboard, then post the exact brand and model#
 
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