It sounds like you are trying to boot a device, but it is only booting in UEFI mode. UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) is a type of system firmware that controls how your device starts up and operates. It is a modern replacement for the traditional BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) firmware that has been used in computers for many years.
If your device is only booting in UEFI mode, it means that it is attempting to boot using the UEFI firmware and not the BIOS firmware. This can be caused by a variety of factors, including changes to the device’s firmware or hardware configuration, or the presence of certain types of bootable media.
If you are having trouble booting your device, there are a few things you can try:
- Check the boot order in the UEFI firmware settings: Make sure that the device is set to boot from the correct drive or device.
- Check the bootable media: Make sure that the bootable media (e.g. USB drive, CD/DVD, etc.) is properly formatted and contains a bootable operating system.
- Check the device’s hardware: Make sure that all hardware components, such as the motherboard, processor, and RAM, are functioning properly.
- Check the device’s firmware: Make sure that the device’s firmware is up to date and that all necessary updates have been installed.
If none of these steps helps, you may need to seek additional assistance or further troubleshoot the issue.