SummaryIn some instances of powering up the Exinda, the error 'No Bootable Drive Detected' can show on the console during the boot up sequence.
OverviewThe Exinda appliance is dependent on its hard drive in order to load the firmware of the device. In certain devices, it is possible that after a power failure, hardware failure or a drive going 'bad' (riddled with bad and corrupt sectors) that the Exinda, upon starting up, will generate the following error:
No boot device available.
Current boot mode is set to BIOS.
Please ensure compatible bootable media is available.
Use the system setup program to change the boot mode as needed.
Strike F1 to retry boot.