Acer V3 - 772G - 8.1 Windows, cannot find the boot (like the safe mode) settings

Hello.

I can't find a way to access the startup parameters to access the option "Disable driver signature enforcement"

I used the 2 following ways:

OPTION 1)

 

Used a guide from Microsoft (here) and I followed all the steps but I can't find the option.

Here are the pictures:

So I don't see no option of troubleshooting... why? Should it not like this: this?

OPTION 2)


Power on the laptop, you press ALT + F10 and then follow the steps once you have selected the language and keyboard configuration:

Where are the startup options? How to start in safe mode? Should it not like this: this?

Help?

Thank you

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[Solved]

(1) open administrator command prompt

(2) write "bcdedit/set {default} bootmenupolicy legacy" to allow the start of legacy with F8 (don't forget to change the settings after this guide)

(3) reboot and press F8

Thanks to Maciej Zalewski of the Acer Support

Tags: Acer

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