So I though maybe I could download the driver to my phone and then Bluetooth it to the NUC.
But of course:
1) page does not exist when I go to the Intel driver site
2) Bluetooth doesn't work on my NUC anyway...
C'mon Intel wtf.
Obviously the computer where you wrote your post has internet, so download the LAN ethernet driver from https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/25843/LAN-Intel-Gigabit-Network-Connection-Driver-for-Intel-NUC and install. Once your NUC has a working Internet connection, you can download and install all other missing drivers from the Drivers & Software page. Bluetooth driver is found there as well.
The NUC is a barebone computer which comes with no memory, disk or OS installed, it is up to the user to configure the hardware and software.
Yeah. It's a phone... And of course the usb cable I have for charging doesn't support data transfer...
Going to a friend's place to download the network adaptor driver. Just a hassle, you'd think between Intel/Microsoft they could get a basic driver onboard to get you going.
yeah. it's a good idea to save all downloaded drivers to an USB stick, in case you have to reinstall Windows in the future.
Thank you for joining the Intel communities.
As hegenious has mentioned above you will need to configure the hardware and software for your Intel® NUC and as well to download the drivers for your system, I suggest installing the chipset the driver, the management engine driver and the graphics driver first, then all of the rest.
All the drivers for your system will be here:
Functional now. Was just frustrated getting started without a way to get it going...
I'm having a problem though installing - NFC GPIO driver for Windows 10 -
Installation fails... says Intel Management Engine Interface driver not available or not answering.
This was a driver downloaded by the Intel Driver Update Utility.
You’re missing the management engine driver, you can download it here:
The NFC driver is not required if you are not going to use a NFC module, you can disable it in the BIOS.
To disable it restart your system press F2 to access the BIOS, click advance and under devices click the onboard devices tab and uncheck the Near Field Communication (NFC) press F10 on your keyboard to save the changes and exit, your system will restart.
If you do plan to install and NFC module on the Intel NUC, you will need to install this driver, and the driver from the 3rd party manufacturer of the NFC module you use.