I'm running into a strange issue with a Dell Inspiron 3455 AIO system that came with Windows 10 pre-installed. I started by booting the system up with the existing hard drive to make sure everything worked ok, which it did. I should also note that the system was booting via UEFI w/ Secure Boot out of the box.
I then proceeded to replace that hard drive with a new Samsung 850 EVO SSD, and did a fresh install using a USB drive formatted with the Windows Media Creation Tool. I was able to boot off the USB drive and install Windows without issue. However, upon restart, Windows would not boot. It would just freeze on the Dell logo.
In an attempt to narrow down the issue, I've tried installing Windows using a USB key created with Rufus, installing from a DVD, and installing with Secure Boot off. No matter what I do, Windows will not boot if I install via UEFI, even though the installation finishes without issue every time.
Of course, when I install Windows via CSM/Legacy, everything works fine.
I'm at a loss here. The only thing I can think of is that there is something going on with the Dell BIOS that is preventing this from working. Ultimately, I can just live with CSM, but I'd really like to figure out what's causing this.