BootDevice Not Found after motherboard replacement and LVM

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BootDevice Not Found after motherboard replacement and LVM

Postby dikey94 » 2018-10-26 05:57

Hi,
My HP ProBook 640 G2 has a new motherboard, replaced by HP service.

Unfortunately I get "BootDevice not found". The disk is the same, fully encrypted LVM. There is Debian Stretch on it.

Any chances to get this to work?

Thanks!
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Re: BootDevice Not Found after motherboard replacement and L

Postby p.H » 2018-10-26 06:57

Is the Debian system set up for BIOS/legacy boot or native EFI boot ?

If set up for BIOS/legacy boot, check that legacy boot is enabled in the firmware setup and one of the MBR partition entries has the boot flag set.

If set up for native EFI boot, check that secure boot is disabled in the firmware setup.
If you did not install a default boot loader in the removable device path of the EFI partition (EFI/BOOT/BOOTX64.EFI), you will have to either register the boot loader in the firmware NVRAM with efibootmgr, reinstall the boot loader or copy it in the removable device path.
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