In this post, I’ve also included how to activate and enable the TPM chip for Dell systems due to the fact it requires a special order of steps to be taken for it to function properly when combined with the BIOS to UEFI conversion. 4.) I created the USB bootable drive from Windows 10 with Rufus. and so on.. Dont work for me either, same problem as ReneF have, Dell system iam trying on, Optiplex 9020 and 9030. This usually occurs immediately after initializing a SED, locking following by unlocking a drive. The first cctk file in Config\ enables secure boot, tpm, etc. Please help! Restart to WinPE boot image. Hey There, went through all the steps but when I get to the Command line cctk.cmd bootorder –activebootlist=uefi –valsetuppwd=XXXXXXXX in the TS I keep getting an error. Press F5 key to run onboard diagnostics. Is there a chance you could post an export of the TS? Get following errors: No bootable devices found. – Wmic /namespace:\\root\CIMV2\Security\MicrosoftTpm path Win32_Tpm get /value. Does this TS assume the use of PXE boot and not USB boot media? Power on the system, then go to BIOS Setup by pressing F2 key and go to General > Boot Sequence > Boot > Boot List Option. We are assuming that your computer is able to boot in UEFI mode. Every time i run this, at the end of all steps there is the UEFI screen: Format Disk with two volumes. Two Volumes Do I need to install Windows in a different way or do something else to be able to reactivate secure boot? Hi, looking foreword for part2 and 3. Reconfigure the BIOS like you did before. 3.) Any ideas? Restart to WinPE (Boot image staged from “TSUEFIDrive” variable) Why is it that you’re disabling the UEFI network stack? What are the steps to change the boot priority temporarily? “Make this the boot disk” CHECKED I have: 1 - EFI System Partition 2 - Windows (C:) [Boot, Page File, Crash Dump, Primary Partition] 3 - Lenovo (D:) [Primary Partition] 4 - Recovery Partition 5 - Recovery Partition (yes a 2nd one) 6 - OEM Partition Thanks for the input. But that’s another debate 🙂. Volume 2: It really serves no useful function except as a quasi-backup of the Windows-related boot files … I run a new Dell Inspiron laptop bundled with Windows 10 onto which I let Fedora 27 install itself for a dual boot system. Thank again, Then the rest of your task sequence. It’s not good how inconsistent Dell sometimes can be with their models. I will play with and do additional testing. If you do not have a good backup, choose "Command Prompt" and use xcopy to backup your data to another USB drive. This allows behavior like OS install from CD. I think this is going to be a stupid question, to which I already know the answer… but does the reference image need to have been built on UEFI, not BIOS? The BIOS-to-UEFI conversion goes flawlessly, it reboots in WinPE in UEFI, but then it fails to install the OS because “system partition not set” and “unable to find the partition that contains the OS boot loaders”. You do not even need to change the boot order (and better not to IMO) as Custom boot is right at the bottom, meaning when it fails during the TS, it will pick up the "custom" path at the end, but when it works the rest of the time it will use the native M2.SSD/OS Drive etc. Press F2 key to reboot into setup. Thank you for referencing that post. Don’t you need that to boot to PXE once you enable UEFI? Step 3: Type: FIXMBR at the C:\> prompt and hit "Enter". With ADK1703 and CM1706, the second TSUEFIDrive-based Reboot Computer step fails for me on Dell laptops. I would try updating the BIOS for those models. Partition Type – Primary (Windows) GPT Disk – Volume 1 EFI (1 GB, TSUEFIDRIVE variable in the properties) Volume 2 Primary (remaining disk space) The process of creating a Dell Command Configure package in ConfigMgr has already been very well described by Mike Terrill, so I’ll not copy his excellent work. MDT integration is not described in this post, but I’d assume that with the layout of steps below you’ll be able to figure out how to incorporate the same configuration into a MDT integrated task sequence, if that’s what you’re using. Did you ever figure this out, I have the same issue after reboot, after enable UEFI it starts the reboot process, downloads the wim, reboots and never goes back in. Meanwhile, I have misunderstanding the root cause and try to find the NVME support via another boot loader GRUB2 but no luck. I would appreciate if you can help me with the Lenovo machines. I am an IT Manager so I have a lot of hats in my role. Apart from this, the OS loader booted after three times restarting from BIOS with the same settings :) Boot device appears only if the corresponding UEFI / Legacy device is conntected to PC ! Reboot, Here is the way I created the dell cctk package from 4sysops.com Enable BIOS Password CMD Line: cctk.exe –setuppwd=password Also, what I did was create a second multiplatform.cctk file to re-enable the UEFI network stack. By the way you need to make sure the boot image isn’t larger than 1 GB. Copyright © 1997-2017 Wave Systems Corp. All rights are reserved. They rely on a newer system called the Universal Extensible Firmware Interface, or “UEFI.” The OptiPlex 990 has the ability to use a BIOS-based system or UEFI, but not both. Thanks, I have a few older models of Dells that I still support that don’t support Secure Boot. I am on ConfigMgr 1610 with MDT. FAT32 Task sequence steps consolidated into one group: 1 question though; is there a specific reason you enable uefi network stack after OS deployment? Copy the downloaded file to a bootable DOS USB key. The problem is that the SSD is GPT partitioned with an NTFS system partition. Chief Technical Architect and Enterprise Mobility MVP since 2016. 100% of remaining space on disk. Volume 1: We are a Dell shop so this was exactly what I was looking for. I can not be the first on the planet? So all the steps was consolidated into one group to set the BIOS settings with UEFI network stack disabled. Volume 2: ! I can not be the first on the planet? brucesa @gmail.com (no space). Then I found this site – problem fixed. The variable tells tsenv.exe to hold and allow the boot image to “stage” on that first reboot to come back and finish with the UEFI formatting. 3. From a habit, I created a Generation 2 VM on Hyper-V of Windows Server 2016, I declared the 32-bit ISO installation of Windows, changed the boot order to boot from the virtual DVD and started the VM. Reconfigure the BIOS like you did before. By the way, on a Windows 10 UEFI-platform you can delete the entire c:>\boot folder. A workaround has been found since Linux 5.10 to correct this behavior (see this commit ). I’ve been pulling out my hair to try to figure it out, as the steps you’ve shown are actually pretty simple, and I’ve checked my process time and time again. Not sure what could be wrong for you in this particular example. 2. Quick Format They told me there would be no issues with it, even when I had pinpointed my dual-boot system. This package will be used to configure the settings on the Dell systems so that we can make the actual configuration switch from BIOS to UEFI. the error code I get is an 0x00000005? However, after the successful creation of the TSUEFIDrive, some of our systems are rebooting back to the USB media instead of that new drive. Four Volumes My task sequence fails at Restart Computer. Any possible help? Any ideas? Not sure if loading EFI shell from a USB drive is supported. Also, what I did was create a second multiplatform.cctk file to re-enable the UEFI network stack. MSR 3. Carlton. 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. “Hit F2 key for setup utility” AIO Boot goal was to address the fact that there are many USB boot tools but not many that give you numerous options of what operating system you’d like to boot with. UEFI Onboard LAN IPv6. I also tried the HTA but does not seems to work. I’m also getting no OS found. The step-by-step instructions for fixing the UEFI/EFI boot on a Windows 7 system are very similar to those of Windows 8/8.1: Use bootrec; Use diskpart; Use Easy Recovery Essentials; Windows 7 can’t be installed if your computer’s UEFI/EFI mode is set as active and not … How to access BIOS: Common keys to enter the BIOS are F1, F2, F10, Delete, Esc, as well as key combinations like Ctrl + Alt + Esc or Ctrl + Alt + Delete, which are more common on older machines. C: Boot, Page File, Active, Crash Dump, Primary Partition (this is the 500GB) Z: System, Active, … Automatic and Manual Boot … I just finished a multi reboot TS in Dells . I asked the OP what folders/files they're talking about as I cannot find them in the ADK folders. SCCM version is 1610 as well. The second one after the TPM settings cause a “No bootable device found” error. Do you have a way to reorder the UEFI devices? Sometimes I found the BIOS UI does not change the configuration even though it shows the change. Under Settings -General, Select the Boot Sequence, Add a file name by clicking on the browse button, navigate and select EFI\Microsoft\Boot\BOOTMGFW.EFI and click OK. What I eventually did was use the newer 4.x version of the cctk tool but created the package differently (see the link below) and runs fine in WinPE. NOTE! New to using Dells, SSDs, UEFI, and MDT only (used SCCM before UEFI). Verfied that UEFI is on and Legacy is disabled. Step 1: Press the "Power" button to turn on the PC > Hit "Enter" when Boot from CD prompt. Thanks Robert, but this is still not working for me…could you share a screenshot of your task sequence that runs this with me please? Any chance you can share the task sequence with us for a download? Is there some logic that needs to be added to not run the CCTK cmd for enabling it or does a simple Continue on Error work? As for the task sequence configuration, the steps below are part of a native ConfigMgr task sequence. Hi Justin, So all the steps was consolidated into one group to set the BIOS settings with UEFI network stack disabled. When selected "Boot List Option" under bios settings i see legacy and uefi but i can´t "Add Boot Options" - Warning "File System not Found". The TPM Activation step is failing for me. Rebooting to UEFI network before the conversion is complete will cause the task sequence to fail. 99% of remaining space on disk space Got it fixed, created a new TS and setit up from the beginning, maybe a typo or somethings i did wrong in first TS. What is odd is that it eventually failed, would only set some settings but failed on disabling the UEFI network stack step and several others with the 3.x CCTK software. Final format of disk volumes. This issue can be caused by various reasons, such as MBR (Master Boot Record) or DBR (DOS Boot Record) is damaged, the BCD (Boot Configuration Database) is corrupt, or your system partition is not active. For dell-plug win10 usb (uefi and secureboot ready)-f2 setup-enable uefi boot, disable legacy option rom boot, enable secureboot, enable ahci-go and add boot option-give it a fancy name-choose usb under FILE SYSTEM LIST (look carefully to see USB written in one of … Awarded as PowerShell Hero in 2015 by the community for his script and tools contributions. Dell E6x30 systems, UEFI Bios mode, Windows 8.0 or 8.1 and Embassy Security Center Trusted Drive Edition version 2.10.2. \EFI\Microsoft\Boot\Bootmgfw.efi. Then you'll be able to boot it. Great post. To boot from a USB drive in Windows 10, you may need to tweak the BIOS setup. I have the same problem. Tried an older model Dell and it worked just fine in legacy boot mode with a SATA drive. What models are you working with? Can you please help me with the Lenovo UEFI Conversion. 1E has a tool that does some of this, but if you have SCCM 1607 and above, you can leverage the “TSUEFIDrive” variable in the volume for EFI. I’ve run through your steps (thank you, it’s been so helpful!). Creator of ConfigMgr Prerequisites Tool, ConfigMgr OSD FrontEnd, ConfigMgr WebService to name a few. How exactly do you do this step? take out the Board Battery and and attempt to boot up without it. Please how? The computer’s boot hard disk MBR sector has been corrupted somehow. You need to understand why this should be a part of your IT Security arsenal. Step 2: Press "R" key in Windows Setup Menu to start the Recovery Console. Great Docu, but it doesnt work for me. Volume 1: Below are the individual steps for a successful BIOS to UEFI conversion including enabling and activating TPM for Dell systems. Format and Partition Disk as above First, let me say things for posting this. 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. As a friendly reminder, distribute the package to your Distribution Points. We have to remove the USB stick after the TS policy is downloaded or a reboot in WinPE will start the TS all over again starting with the prompt to select the advertised TS. Powered by WordPress. Thanks for responding. Install next reboot – This … In my environment, I’ve named my Dell Configure Command package as ‘Dell Command Configure 3.1.0.250’. If you want to start an MBR system disk, you can select Legacy support instead of UEFI in boot mode.