I have two 3.5" 4 TB drives installed in the two center slots (SATA2 and SATA3). I don’t have an NVMe drive/USB adapter so I have an SSD installed in SATA1. Bullseye (32-bit) is enumerating the drives as follows…
SATA1 (256 GB SSD) = /dev/sdb
SATA2 (4 TB HDD) = /dev/sda
SATA3 (4 TB HDD) = /dev/sdc
SATA4 = empty
I can boot off an SD card fine. Using the Raspberry Pi Imager, I wrote Bullseye (32-bit) to the SSD. After updating the bootloader (2022/02/08), shutting down the EON, removing the SD card, and attempting to boot from the SSD in SATA1, it fails with a “fatal error-code 45” on the boot screen.
I was fiddling around with this configuration before I had the two 4 TB drives installed and it was booting from the SSD in SATA1. I can’t get it to boot from the SSD with the two 4 TB drives installed no matter what I try.
Is there something I’m doing incorrectly?