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PE5 & secure boot

- - - - - PE PE5 secure boot uefi_multi

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ItsBen

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Hi all,

I use a disk based on PE 5 that includes some programs I use for recoveries. It also includes NVDA (http://www.nvda-project.org) as I am totally blind.
When written to a flash drive it boots fine on UEFI based systems but only if I disable secure boot which is a massive problem for me as asking someone to disable it for me every time I need to boot into PE simply isn't practical.

I have tried to make a secure boot compatible image using a tool called UEFI_Multi. The process seems to complete without any issues - files are written to the disk, but when I attempt to boot using it it doesn't work. Again, it boots without a problem when secure boot is disabled.

Can anyone advise me as to where I might be going wrong or how to create an image that will boot with secure boot enabled? I know that the home of UEFI_Multi is reboot.pro? but I can't create an account there because of their captcha.

Cheers,
Ben.




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jaclaz

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Cannot say if it can help you, but the Author of UEFI_Multi is Wimb, and support for UEFI_multi is also on 911CD Forum:
http://www.911cd.net...showtopic=25269
(maybe it will be easier for you to become member there, or if you PM me your basic data I can create an account on 911CD for you, no prob :))

Wimb is also a member here on MSFN.org, so in case any of the above is not possible you can try to contact him via PM through the MSFN board:
http://www.msfn.org/...er/132150-wimb/

jaclaz




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