Yes I will try this option as well but at the moment, I'm so happy that everything works so I don't want to play to much with this tool.
Thanks again for your support.
This was exactly the issue I had. I did some test last friday and yesterday and found the problem just before I got your answer. As this can help somebody else, here is what I did:
And guess what!? Success. Thanks for your help.
I made some additional tests and found a way to fix the problem. It's a kind of bypass but it works. So finally, instead of using the VM I already have, I uploaded an image from a Dell laptop with default configuration (I did a recovery). After that, I deployed this image on the same Dell laptop and it worked. So I will customize this image instead of the others I already have.
So according to me, the problem is related to a driver which is missing in the image I used, probably for the NVMe.
Thanks for the support!
I would say it's an EFI. To prepare this image, I made a Win10 VM on VirtualBox. Then I uploaded this VM on the CloneDeploy server via the Upload option from CloneDeploy, I mean by booting on the Lan. As there is no BIOS option on a VM, it should be EFI.
I have exactly the same problem. Until now, we were using HP and Lenovo computers and everything was working without any problem but since we moved to Dell, CloneDeploy isn't working anymore. I already tried with the secure boot disable, Sata operation set on disabled and also on AHCI instead of RAID. And of course, all my test have been done in Legacy instead of UEFI. To be sure, I also tried starting the deployment from a USB Generator. I also tried with different kernel (4.20.10x64 and 5.0.rc7x64)
At the moment, deployment process looks great but once it's done and the computer is rebooting, I get the following message:
No bootable devices found.
Press F1 key to retry boot.
Press F2 key for setup utility
Press F5 key to run onboard diagnostics.
Does anyone has an idea to fix this problem?
The Dell laptop I used for those test is a Latitude 7490 with a SSD M.2 PCIe NVMe.
Thanks for your help