When I boot up Windows 10 IoT (64-bit) on one specific device, before booting, a black screen with the following message always pops up:
** UEFI:NTFS (ia32) **
[INFO] Boot disk: PciRoot(0)/Pci(0x1D,0x7)/Usb(0x4,0x0)
[INFO] Disconnecting possible blocking divers
[INFO] Starting NTFS driver
[INFO] Started driver: efifs NTFS driver v1.0 (GRUB 2.0)
[INFO] Locating the first NTFS partition on the boot device
[INFO] Checking if partition needs the NTFS service
[INFO] Starting NTFS partition service
[INFO] Looking for NTFS EFI Loader
[FAIL] Could not locate '\EFI\Boot\bootia32.efi':  Not Found
Press any key to exit.
After pressing any button, it will continue booting as it should and there are no further problems with the device. It will work as good as the other ones where this message appears.
What is causing this message to appear? And subsequently, how can I fix this? Since I'm talking about an IoT device, it is impossible that you should press a key for it to boot, there won't be any keyboard attached to it.
I provided a quick fix as an answer below, but I'm looking for an answer that doesn't involve changing the BIOS settings on every device.
Something that I find rather confusing is that it asks for bootia32.efi (which I'm guessing is for 32 bit) and not bootx64.efi.
bootia32.efiindicates the firmware uses 32-bit code rather than 64-bit code; this might be to save space in firmware flash memory, as 32-bit code generally takes less space. The messages also indicate that there is an UEFI NTFS filesystem driver available, which is above and beyond the minimum requirements of the UEFI standard - nice!