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SRobe10
Beginner
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Unable to boot to P3600 post 2.2.0 firmware update

I just purchased a P3600 and installed in in a supermicro X10SRW-F system board with the latest bios. I installed Server 2012R2 in the P3600 and had it booting fine with the firmware it came with., I then installed the Data Center Tool 2.2.0 and performed the steps to update the firmware which it stated completed successfully. After the update I rebooted the system and now it will not boot to the P3600. So I installed it into a system that already has a boot drive to verify the P3600 was still accessible and it appears to still have all it's data it just refuses to boot to it.

Thoughts on what to try from here?

Thanks

Steve

Here is the idct show -intelssd

- IntelSSD Index 0 -

 

Bootloader: 8B1B012D

 

DevicePath: \\\\.\\PHYSICALDRIVE2

 

DeviceStatus: Healthy

 

Firmware: 8DV10130

 

FirmwareUpdateAvailable: Firmware is up to date as of this tool release.

 

Index: 0

 

ProductFamily: Intel SSD DC P3600 Series

 

ModelNumber: INTEL SSDPEDME012T4

 

SerialNumber: CVMD4343007Q1P2CGN
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ASouz7
Honored Contributor II
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Steveme,

Can you let us know if you receive any error massages or error codes when you try to boot it ?

SRobe10
Beginner
87 Views

I Don't receive any errors. It simply skips the Uefi shell instead of booting to the P3600.

CChon3
New Contributor I
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Can you list out all the entries in the BIOS boot order?

Is there a "Windows Boot Manager" listed in the BIOS boot order?

SRobe10
Beginner
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SRobe10
Beginner
87 Views

I don't see anything in the bios about Windows Boot Manager.

SRobe10
Beginner
87 Views

With the current settings it was working until I installed the new firmware.

ASouz7
Honored Contributor II
87 Views

Hello Steveme,

We wonder if reinstalling Windows* would be an option for you?

*Please make sure you backed up all relevant information before this procedure and then restore it.

SRobe10
Beginner
87 Views

I changed the bois boot to both Legacy and dual and neither helped. I then reinstalled windows and the system won't boot to the drive to complete the installation. At no point during the boot sequence do I receive an error it simply doesn't boot. Is there a way to reload the firmware that came with the drive?

ASouz7
Honored Contributor II
87 Views

Hello steveme,

Please check your private messages.