Legacy Boot

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Legacy Boot refers to boot­ing us­ing pre-UEFI BIOS firmware. Boot­ing some op­er­at­ing sys­tems may re­quire al­low­ing Legacy Boot in ad­di­tion to dis­abling Se­cure Boot. To do this, nav­i­gate to Startup and change the UEFI/Legacy Boot to al­low legacy boot­ing; you can en­able UEFI, Legacy or both, and choose a pri­or­ity or­der in the lat­ter case. The CSM, or Com­pat­i­bil­ity Sup­port Mod­ule, must also be en­abled so the firmware may boot from a boot sec­tor. Our ex­am­ples use UEFI.

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