Not "allowed" to disable unsigned signature enforcement

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  1. ArcticDX

    ArcticDX New Member

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    I've done this on my desktop PC with Win8 without problems. On the Surface Pro 2, I got as far as the "Advanced Boot Options" screen, from which there are a number of options one can choose with F keys or number keys. However, the screen is totally unresponsive to touch or keyboard.

    Any ideas?

    Regards, Bjarne
     
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  3. ArcticDX

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    Thanks, I will try that.
     

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