Up Xtreme fallback to UEFI shell on cold boot

rreignier New Member Posts: 67 ✭✭

I use several Up Xtreme for industrial projects but on one system, if I do not use it for several days, on the first boot, the Up does not boot properly and stop in the UEFI shell. If I unplug the power and try again, it works and I can power cycle it again in the same day.
But as soon I let it off for a few days, the problem happen again.
But in my industrial process, I need to make it boot automatically with a relay and there is no screen connected in case of a failure.

Do you have an idea how to fix this behavior?

This is a picture of a failed boot with a screen connected:

Edit: I have already tried to upgrade the BIOS version to the latest available but with no success.