No bootable devices found on Dell 5290 tablet

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No bootable devices found on Dell 5290 tablet

Beitragvon ttblum » 10 Jul 2019, 20:40

Hello,

I used Rufus to write the opsi4.1.0-client-boot-cd_20190522.iso to a USB drive. I booted a Dell 5290 2-in-1 tablet using the USB drive and deployed Windows 10 x64 to it.

Opsi copies the files OK to the drive, but when it reboots I see:

No bootable devices found.

The BIOS no longer shows any boot choices.

I've made sure that UEFI is checked in my configd client, but still there are no boot choices after the opsi iso reboots.

Has anyone else seen anything similar?

My server is running Opsi 4.1.

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Re: No bootable devices found on Dell 5290 tablet

Beitragvon ttblum » 10 Jul 2019, 21:00

If I boot the USB drive in EUFI mode it prompts for 32/64 bit, then for language, and then the Opsi logo appears and and nothing ever happens.
Booting with a USB CD drive and the ISO written to a CD has the same results.

If I boot the USB drive in Legacy mode it boots, and copies files OK, but when it reboots that are no EUFI or Legacy boot options.

I tried updating the BIOS to the latest versions, but my results are still the same.

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Re: No bootable devices found on Dell 5290 tablet

Beitragvon ttblum » 01 Aug 2019, 23:12

I ended up writing a Windows 10 ISO to a USB drive with Rufus, and loading Windows 10 on the 5290 that way.

I think I should have called Dell, they might have had instructions on how to PXE boot:

https://www.dell.com/support/article/us/en/04/sln300744/how-to-implement-pxe-booting-from-usb-c-and-thunderbolt-ethernet-adapters?lang=en