04-17-2014 05:09 PM
I recently supplied a client of mine with a new HP ProOne 600 G1 computer with an upgrade to a Intel 120GB mSATA drive and some additional RAM.
It took me a while to figure out where in the BIOS I could disable UEFI boot in order to utilise the SSD and install Windows 7 (it came factory configured with Win 8.1 Pro), but I'm having this issue that whenever the OS is restarted, the POST screen displays "no option to boot to".
A simple Ctrl+Alt+Del restarts the system and it will boot normally. But I'm concerned about leaving the client with this problem.
I have the SSD listed as the first boot device in the Legacy boot order and have disabled all unlikely boot devices (USB CF/FDD, Network etc.). I've also disabled the entire UEFI group from the boot order.
I've also done a BIOS update to the latest (2.23 I think).
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
06-23-2014 05:33 AM
Just started having the same issue. I imaged the computer using WDS, ran windows update after image and it booted into this error.
windows 7 32 bit, same model as OPs. Running lagacy boot with IDE instead of AHCI. It doesn't always happen, but i'm sure i'm going to recieve calls from user more often than I would like about the issue. I have about 20 computers with the same model, same BIOS configuration and this is the only one doing it so far.
It's not to big of a deal for me considering I could put this computer on hold for now rather than hand it out, but I would love to hear a resolution to this issue.
12-05-2014 04:22 AM
Disable "Fast boot" in the BIOS.
It happens when rebooting from windows 7 and you have no UEFI, or ESP, boot or MSR partition, or GPT partition table, haven't been able to pinpoint the exact cause of this yet.