Oxford dictionary has seemingly mentioned nothing, as I checked.
Could you please clear which sentence is sound:
1- The system must be reconfigured to another mode.
2- The system must be reconfigured into another mode.
3- The system must be reconfigured onto another mode.
Into appears to be the more common preposition according to Ngram. (Note that in most cases “reconfigure to” is followed by a verb.)
From Ubuntu Linux:
- Just follow on screen questions and you should able to restore or reconfigure to previous state.
- After benchmark capture, the traces were used to drive a relatively fast system simulator that was parameterized to be able to reconfigure into the wide variety of configurations needed for the study.
- Self-repair, a special type of self-reconfiguration, could allow a robot to replace damaged units with fresh units, or to reconfigure into a different shape in order to continue with the task at hand.