This whole secure boot thing is just another MS ploy at controlling what we want to do. I haven't heard of any documented cases yet, but I have read that there is already a rootkit that can circumvent the "security" of the new secure boot process.
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I tried to install the W8 form TOSHIBA but it was not possible. I, for starters, could not find them all and the ones that I did find, did not work. I guess I'm back to W8 installation.
Hello everyone... especially you, "Presence"! I did what I didn't want to do but it's done now. I followed all the advice from you guys and I went ahead and installed W8 back. It's been installing updates and stuff. It's all back to "normal". There is one thing that is bothering me though: When I've tried to add a picture to my administrator user account. By the way, I AM the only user and the option to browse and camera are grayed out. Any idea on why this may be???
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