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by bertrandogoio1976
16 Mar 2017, 10:34
Forum: Future
Topic: Super Grub 2 disk replacment [tipp]
Replies: 0
Views: 2743

Super Grub 2 disk replacment [tipp]

FIRST: AS ALWAYS, FORGIVE ME FOR ANY POSSIBLE ENGLISH GRAMMAR MISTAKE... ENGLISH IS NOT MY NATIVE LANGUAGE! Since the SuperGrub2 Disk is still in its very old version, if you want the last version of SuperGrub2 Disk, it's a very easy operation: 1) Go to the official web site and download the recomm...
by bertrandogoio1976
03 Jan 2017, 12:19
Forum: Future
Topic: Update SuperGrub2 Disk
Replies: 0
Views: 1476

Update SuperGrub2 Disk

I already edited the ISO and replaced the old version of "Super Grub2 Disk" with the new version (2.02s5). It seems to work.

So, my suggestion is to replace it by default in the next version.

Cheers
by bertrandogoio1976
01 Jan 2017, 13:55
Forum: Boot problems
Topic: UEFI secure boot violation
Replies: 5
Views: 4650

Re: UEFI secure boot violation

Hi, as always I ask "mercy" :-) for my English... 1) first: have you tried to disable "fast boot" (not all PCs have this option)? 2) how did you burn your usb? Have you tried Rufus or Yumi beta for UEFI (both from Windows ok, but they're great tools)? When I want to boot SysRescC...
by bertrandogoio1976
13 Oct 2016, 08:45
Forum: Boot problems
Topic: Workaround for secure boot [TIPP]
Replies: 0
Views: 2410

Workaround for secure boot [TIPP]

Hello! FIRST: FORGIVE ME FOR MY POOR ENGLISH: IT'S NOT MY NATIVE LANGUAGE! :-) Perhaps many of you already tried this solution, but there's a workaround. Yes, a workaround, not a definitive solution. But it works perfectly! I Use this way because Yumi or other tools are good but, if they allows UEFI...
by bertrandogoio1976
07 Oct 2016, 08:01
Forum: Boot problems
Topic: UEFI secure boot violation
Replies: 5
Views: 4650

Re: UEFI secure boot violation

Hi rat, (first, I'm sorry for my bad English) It's an old discussion, but I answer the same :-) Ok: many UEFI based PCs have not only the secure boot and the UEFI/Legacy switch, but the fast boot too. So, If you don't disable the fast boot, no usb can boot at all. I use to create SysRescueCD using R...

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