Windows 8.1 SecureBoot isn’t configured correctly watermark

Many computers and laptops have got the “Secureboot isn’t configured correctly” watermark on the desktop after updating from Windows 8 or 7 to Windows 8.1, such as ASUS K55VD, HPE H8-1360t and Sony VAIO. How can remove the watermark and fix the issues?

If the video card, cpu or motherboard doesn’t offically support Windows 8.1 UEFI or GOP, your whole device will be incompatible with Secure Boot by Microsoft specification. You could try any of the following tips to get rid of the “SecureBoot isn’t configured correctly” message.
* Make sure you have updated BIOS to the latest version. Then boot into BIOS and enable the Secure Boot feature.
Just press Windows + C to open Charms bar, go to Settings > Change PC Settings, select Update and recovery > Recovey > Advanced startup > Restart now.
And click Troubleshoot > Advanced Options > UEFI Firmware Settings >Restart > Access BIOS, And turn “Secure Boot” On to install some keys.
* If your PC isn’t capable of Secure Boot, don’t install Win 8.1 in UEFI Mode.
* Waiting for other useful methods.

10 thoughts on “Windows 8.1 SecureBoot isn’t configured correctly watermark

  1. i have this problem, i did every thing in here but after i access BIOS i cant find the word “secure boot” anywhare.
    Does it mean that my PC isn’t capable of Secure Boot?

    I have Asus G75vw and updated my BIOS to the latest version (223).

    • Hi Omar, I’ve Asus RoG G75vw too and i’ve the same problem. I spoke with an Asus technician told me that the BIOS is compatible with the secureboot but the old PC versions do not have the option. The problem will certainly be solved with a BIOS update. we just have to wait ;)

  2. Your suggested steps worked perfectly for me. It remains to be seen whether the update to 8.1 is worth all of this hassle. Thanks for the solution! Blessings.

  3. Hello guys i have an asus g75vw and yesterday i made an update for my video card to the latest version drivers and after that i got this watermark in the right corner of my screen so is there any solution right now to the problem or we just have to wait ?

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