Dell legacy boot vs uefi

This write-up addresses a "No boot gadget found" concern affecting specific XPS, Latitude, Precision and also Optiplex as soon as altering the Boot Sequence to Legacy mode in the BIOS setup menu. Summary:This write-up addresses a "No boot device found" problem affecting particular XPS, Latitude, Precision and Optiplex as soon as altering the Boot Sequence to Legacy mode in the BIOS setup menu.See less This post addresses a "No boot device found" worry affecting certain XPS, Latitude, Precision and Optiplex as soon as changing the Boot Sequence to Legacy mode in the BIOS setup menu.

This post addresses a "No boot device found" issue affectingXPS 12-9250, 12-7275, Latitude 3490/3590, 7280, 7480, 5280, 5480, 5580, Precision 3520, Optiplex 7760, 7460, 7060, 5260, 5060, 3060, 5060 AIO (and also later on systems) as soon as transforming the Boot Sequence to Legacy mode in the BIOS setup food selection.

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No Boot Device Found

XPS 12-9250, 12-7275, Latitude 3490/3590, 7280, 7480, 5280, 5480, 5580, Precision 3520, Optiplex 7760, 7460, 7060, 5260, 5060, 3060, 5060 AIO (and also later on systems)report "No boot tool found" once you adjust the Boot Sequence to Legacy mode in BIOS setup food selection.

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These specific units are based upon the 7th generation Kaby lake processor (and above) and also are designed to boot exclusivelyin the Unified Extensible Firmware Interchallenge (UEFI) boot environment. As an outcome, if tradition boot mode is schosen, the device will certainly not boot.

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NOTE: This instance uses to any type of mechanism from the Kaby lake 7th generation processor forward and also is not restricted to the systems that this post was initially based on.NOTE: Later units might not include an alternative for Legacy Setting. Proceed to troubleshoot the No Boot Device normally as this write-up only applies to devices that provide the Legacy Setting choice.

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Return the BIOS to UEFI Boot

You can resolve this problem by returning the device to the UEFI boot mode.

From a power off state, power the system on and push F2to boot into the BIOS setup food selection. Select"Boot sequence" Change the choice from "Legacy" to "UEFI", then select "Apply" in the right lower edge.
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Select "Advance Boot options" and also disable "Enable Legacy Operation ROMs", then select "Apply" in the best lowercorner.
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Select "Secure Boot", then"Secure Boot Enable". Change the choice from "Disabled to Enabled", then pick "Apply" in the appropriate reduced edge.
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Select "Exit" in the right lower edge and wait for the mechanism to reboot.

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Message Properties Affected Product

Latitude 5280/5288, Latitude 7280, Latitude 3490, Latitude 5480/5488, Latitude 7480, Latitude 3590, Latitude 5580, Latitude 7275, OptiPlex 3060, OptiPlex 5060, OptiPlex 5260 All-In-One, OptiPlex 7060, OptiPlex 7460 All-In-OneLatitude 5280/5288, Latitude 7280, Latitude 3490, Latitude 5480/5488, Latitude 7480, Latitude 3590, Latitude 5580, Latitude 7275, OptiPlex 3060, OptiPlex 5060, OptiPlex 5260 All-In-One, OptiPlex 7060, OptiPlex 7460 All-In-One, OptiPlex 7760 All-In-One, Precision 3520, XPS 12 9250See even more