I tried to install the driver you have provided but got an error message. since you have a limited types of NUCs that supported by this update I wanted to check mine, only to discover that your NUC "identifying tool" doesn't support 64bit OS and I was directed to install your "driver something utility" which also couldn't identify my laptop's NUC.
I know that I can check the NUC number on the back but I need a screwdriver which I don't have, and I shouldn't need it in the first place.
this is a total chaos from a leading company like Intel, and I've to agree with everyone else about having a small drop down menu to change the language!
however, I would like to actually do something about this silly problem, beside complaining , so here are my questions for you guys:
1. how do I identify my NUC?
2. if my NUC is not included in this updated driver you have provided, is there any other solution?
All our NUCs support 32 and 64bit operating system. Now, the model 5PGYH comes with Windows® 10 32bit already, it will be necessary to upgrade it to 64 (requires an additional license).
If you want to know the model of your NUC, I recommend you to download and run our tool Intel® System Support Utility
The tool provides your system configuration.