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Thread: Secure Boot - EFI problem Invalid parameter

  1. #1
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    Jun 2021

    Exclamation Secure Boot - EFI problem Invalid parameter

    Dear forum users,

    Ever since the latest versions of Ubuntu I've been having problems with Secure Boot enabled. Everything works fine with Secure Boot disabled, but the problem is that Windows 11 works best with it enabled. This makes dual-booting unable to do.
    I don't know if this problem is motherboard (Gigabyte X570 Master F35e) specific as my laptop has no problems at all with Secure Boot enabled with dual-boot on it.

    Check this attachement:

    That's the error message I'm getting. Is this bug being fixed in the future of Ubuntu? It might be a mix between board partner, firmware and OS combination that causes this. Windows 11 itself has no issue with Secure Boot whatsoever.

    Thanks a lot in advance.

    Bas Schilperoord
    Last edited by bschilperoord; October 23rd, 2021 at 03:48 PM.

  2. #2
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    Re: Secure Boot - EFI problem Invalid parameter

    There could be more than one reason for this error please see the Ask Ubuntu link. It may help to install and run boot repair and link a summery to your post.
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