Certain Dell E6x30 systems, when configured for Windows 8 and UEFI boot do not correctly set UEFI boot order, resulting in a failure to boot to Windows. This usually occurs immediately after initializing a SED, locking following by unlocking a drive. This failure is indicated by successfully authenticating to the drive in preboot, but observing a "bootable device not found" message instead of booting to Windows.
Dell E6x30 systems, UEFI Bios mode, Windows 8.0 or 8.1 and Embassy Security Center Trusted Drive Edition version 2.10.2
To resolve, correct the Windows Boot Manager entry in the UEFI boot order table.
- Power up the system, Press F2 while booting to enter the BIOS Setup mode.
- Under Settings -General, Select the Boot Sequence
- Select Add Boot option
- Provide a name for the Boot option
- Add a file name by clicking on the browse button, navigate and select EFI\Microsoft\Boot\BOOTMGFW.EFI and click OK
Click OK on the completed screen for the Add Boot options, then exit.
- Reboot system.