Configuring Secure Boot after update

I have just run an update and during the update process I have a popup dialog with the title:

"Configuring Secure Boot"

It's asking for a couple of passwords. Is it safe to put anything in there or could this ruin by dual boot config? I dual boot windows/linux

Secure boot is for the Microsoft os. Some of the Linux drivers are signed by ms, but not all. Turning it on shouldn't give you an issue. Please be sure to use a password you will remember or the only way you'll get into your bios to make changes is by removing the cmos battery by disassembling your pc.

This topic was automatically closed 90 days after the last reply. New replies are no longer allowed.