@george1421 said in Default Boot Device Missing or Boot Failed - Windows 10:
This isn’t exactly what I asked, did you run sysprep or just shutdown the computer, pxe boot and then capture with FOG?
I just shutdown, pxe boot and caputer it. I doesn’t run the sysprep
- Yes I used the same model of computer.
OK under these circumstances if you are going from same model computer to same model of computer you don’t need to “specifically” sysprep the image.
- Yes they had the same firmware.
So when you go into the bios(firmware) and you go to the boot manager’s page (whatever its called in your firmware), uefi firmware will only let you see disks that have a valid uefi boot partition on them to select as a bootable disk. Does your uefi firmware see the hard drive as a valid bootable device?
I can see the hard drives in the uefi mode
When the system boots, do you see the windows logo and the rolling marbles? Or does it go to the black screen right away?
No, I don’t see the Windows Logo. It goes straight to the black screen
Lastly did you remove any bitlocker encrypted partitions before capturing with FOG? I believe the fog program was adjusted to warn you if you are trying to backup an encrypted drive but it will still back it up. If bitlocker is enabled then for sure it won’t boot on a second computer.
Bitlocker isn’t enabled.