That is the BIOS version string?
The current BIOS is this one:
Belongs to this Intel NUC:
Sorry if I'm being annoying but if there are any way to do this someone cal help me?
The support from Medion is really bad :/
Only to be sure, you are talking about this nuc http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/nuc/nuc-kit-dn2820fykh.html ?
Does it work, if you press the power button for ~3 sec to get the menu at the top left corner? I don’t own/know this nuc but the nuc6i5 and there you can use the power button to enter this menu where you also can reflash the bios/uefi (using the *.bio)…
For the DN2820FYKH they also talk about the power button menu at the readme.pdf https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/25804/BIOS-Update-FYBYT10H-86A-?product=78953 => https://downloadmirror.intel.com/25804/eng/NUC-BIOS-Update-Readme.pdf
BTW: I know Medion (never ever again)...
BTW: Intel® NUC Board DN2820FY Technical Product Specification http://kb.stonegroup.co.uk/index.php?View=afile&CategoryID=328&EntryID=130
Yes is that one.
I already try the power button way and with no success. I mean, I try all things at the support BIOS pdf, even the jumper configuration.
I don't know if I do something wrong but I like to know.
I'm annoyed with this because is so hard to change this BIOS from Medion :/
The identifier for the standard Intel BIOS is FYBYT10H.86A. You simply cannot "upgrade" to a BIOS that has a different identifier. Medion is going to be your only path to getting a replacement BIOS. If the NUC was in Intel's hands, they would convert it over, but they do not offer this capability for OEM customized units. Have you tried using your warranty to get them to replace it -- perhaps with one that has Intel BIOS???
As an alternative, perhaps we could discuss the issues that you are having and see whether there is anything we can do to address them without a BIOS change?
So there is no way to "convert" or "replace" an Intel Standard BIOS?
The problem here is some bugs at the Medion BIOS, I can bypass but is some annoying to do that. Just ask because if I can get out of that bugs when I need to access BIOS all process will be more easy for me.
Nope, no way. Intel's (field-released) tools do not support this capability.
What bugs are you referring to?
When you go into BIOS Setup, what do you see? Is is Intel's Visual BIOS facility? If so, what is the complete BIOS version string that it is displaying there?
I would suggest a BIOS recovery?
Have you tried that?
No I didn't try that yet (I guess).
How can I do that?