Solving Win10 (Build 1607) Anniversary Update – Hyper-V Gen2 VM 2016TP5 – boot error

You have Windows 10 with Anniversary Update (Build 1607) – Hyper-V enabled – created a VM with 2016TP5 and your screen looks like this?

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There are some information on the net about solving this boot problem but the tricky part on that is – you must do this STEP by STEP (to avoid additional errors on boot…)

STEP1:

  • Stop VM
  • Change your Secure Boot Options to “Microsoft UEFI Certificate Authority” (DO NOT Disable Secure Boot, because it is useless here and you end up in the same error…)
  • Start VM
  • Error again – this is ok here…

STEP2:

  • Stop VM
  • Now you can DISABLE Secure Boot Option (if you try this without STEP1 – you VM does not boot…)

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  • Start VM

..after changing to UEFI and disable UEFI secure boot you can start your VM with 2016TP5 in normal way…

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