- Kingston HyperX Impact DDR4 16GB : 2 x 8GB (HX421S13IBK2/16) (DRAM from SK Hynix)
- SAMSUNG SSD 250GB 850 EVO M.2 (MZ-N5E250BW)
- BIOS 0036
- Version: H81131-502
- Batch: CNG65CJ24E
- DoM: 21DEC2015
- Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
It is possible to boot from the internal M.2 or 2.5” drives or from external USB or external drive; the option from a SD card is not possible.
Intel noted random issues with some memories; please do this work around and keep us posted with your findings.
Go to BIOS>Advanced>Performance>Memory> and uncheck the option Round Trip Latency Optimization
SORRY, completely WRONG answer !!!!
OF COURSE you can boot from SD… I do it with an openELEC (6.0.3 EGL) which I installed at a Samsung EVO 32GB SD (micro with adapter) and a XBOOT medium (http://www.pendrivelinux.com/xboot-multiboot-iso-usb-creator/) I use e.g. to start Acronis True Image 2014 Premium and so on…
(btw: XBOOT uses FAT32 so I can read it at W7U x64)
AS I wrote above no way to read NTFS and also no way to get a “…must format…” e.g. at the openELEC (6.0.3 EGL) SD card… only one BLUB to hear and then I see the error-code at the device-manager…
Come on Intel, that can not be your earnest to answer something like this !!!
BTW: what should the “Round Trip Latency Optimization” have to do with THIS error????
I am also seeing this issue. Same SY0036 BIOS.
P.S. I checked; the setting of the "Round Trip Latency Optimization” parameter is having absolutely no affect on this issue.
Actually, I discovered that the SD card doesn't work formatted FAT32 either...
hmmm, I have no problem with the XBOOT one but I have to say I can't remember if XBOOT format it to FAT32 or I had done it using ‘HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool’…
I'M WONDERING THAT I'M MISSING ANSWERS FROM OTHER USERS AND FROM ME HERE AT THIS THREAD!!!