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As the Mac is quite new I believe it has a T2 security chip (even though it doesn’t have a fingerprint reader which is generally the give away that a T1 or T2 chip is present on MacBooks). The way the T1/2 security chips work is they are basically their own little computers and are the gatekeepers for much of the ancillary (I guess? They aren’t necessarily ...


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This is likely caused by a "secure boot" UEFI flag in your BIOS. You'll need to reboot and press the key on your laptop to enter the BIOS (probably F2). From there, you should be able to find an option like "secure boot" and disable it. Alternatively, if you want to update your question with exact details about your model, someone might know more ...


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Solved My main problem was that I was unable to access BIOS, as the normal method for my laptop didn't work (i.e. when laptop is OFF, press & hold F2 and turn it ON, keep holding F2 until bios shows up). However today after some new desperate attempts with boot-repair, I tried enter BIOS the way it's normally done on other laptops (i.e. turning it on ...


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