Secure boot

Aug 14, 2015
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I built my PC before Windows 10 came out so secure boot was not supported in Win7. When I installed Win10 I forgot all about it.
I recently saw a post somewhere that suggested you could do a repair, and while in the repair you can get to your BIOS, turn on secure boot, then continue with the repair.
Is this true and, if so, should I clear keys in the bios when I turn secure boot on?

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