BIOS: The anticipation of launching Windows 11 may have frustrated some users, even if they meet the minimum requirements set by Microsoft. This is due to the contiguous resources required to start the installation of the new operating system, to further protect it from malicious software. However, the requirements have not been sufficiently clarified by the Redmond giant and for this reason they have become a real problem for users.
More specifically, Windows 11 installation will fail if the “Secure Boot” or “Secure Boot” security feature in Portuguese is disabled. However, to enable it, it is necessary to activate the BIOS boot method to UEFI, which may require converting the system’s internal storage to “GUID Partition Table (GPT)” if it works in “Master Boot Record” format (MBR)” – causing problems “in a ripple effect”.
Conversion to UEFI
Basically, this conversion is necessary for Secure Boot to work properly as it requires hardware and software compliance to provide the designed security. In addition, the measure also prevents the user from losing data present on the internal storage of the device.
Before proceeding with the solution, it is recommended that you assess the computer through the “PC Health Check” application, which has been updated by Microsoft to provide more information about what could be causing the problem. Download it by clicking here.