Boot loop on NVME install

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Did you try to get into bios and turn off tpm, trusted platform module,
sometimes you have to set the root password in the bios, some bios will accept just a single character password, then disable the tpm module, here is a video showing it having to be done to install Windows, not the best video but shows what I mean, I found it researching the laptop he uses.
I don't understand why that would cause a reboot. Anyway, I didn't try that and now I've already shipped it back. I'm looking at maybe a Intel NUC i7. I'm going to use it to run node software.
 


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I don't understand why that would cause a reboot. Anyway, I didn't try that and now I've already shipped it back. I'm looking at maybe a Intel NUC i7. I'm going to use it to run node software.
It caused a reboot because the bios refused to load the operating system provided to it, because TPM was programmed to do this, operating systems that are signed by MS should boot, but we all know this does not always happen, there is a reason, but I would only be guessing, while the bios creator and probably MS could tell us more, would that be in their interest, I doubt it since both relay on software / bios sales to make their money, especially MS
 
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