Do you have an NFC controller attached to the NFC header? NFC is being killed on SY because no one seemed to be interested in it.
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If you don't plan to enable NFC in BIOS, you don't need to install this driver.
If you plan to install an NFC module on your Intel NUC, you'll need to install this driver and the driver from the third-party manufacturer of the NFC module you use.
I think what everyone is trying to say, is don't worry about this driver. You don't need it.
However, if you do have/get the NFC module, you need to enable the feature in Visual BIOS first. Then, you must install the MEI driver package and then reboot before attempting to install the NFC driver package.
Let me paint the whole picture...
Because of lack of interest, support for the NFC feature is being dropped. In future builds of these same NUC boards, the NFC header will not be populated nor will the feature be supported. As has been mentioned, support for the enabling of the NFC feature has been removed from recent releases of the BIOS. Now, for folks who have a NUC that (still) includes the NFC header and they have/get the NFC module and want to be able to use it, understand that support for the NFC feature is still included in the BIOS and that, while it can no longer be enabled from within Visual BIOS, support for enabling it is still possible using Intel Integrator Toolkit (ITK).
Ok, many thanks to all for your information.
As i don't need NFC it's no problem to miss that feature, and now i won't worry anymore^^
Thanks and greets