Your NUC is known as the NUC5i5MYHE. The board (or 'motherboard', if you prefer) used in this NUC is the NUC5i5MYBE. The 'NUC5' means 5th generation processor. The 'i5' means a Core i5 processor. The 'H' indicates that the system's chassis has support for the installation of a 2.5" SATA hard drive (HDD, SSD, SSHD). The 'B' refers to it being the board. The 'E' means extended lifetime.
The NUC5i5MYHE and MUC5i5MYBE searches are taking you to essentially the same set of drivers and software. Support for both methods was provided as a convenience.
Hope this helps,
Very tks Scott,
The "He and Be" to know is easy BUT the problem is because the automatic translation is stronghly confuse and poor used by Intel. In various Linux Distros as Mint, Ubuntu, Debian & derivates is all archive tip "*.bio" (no simbols) is Ok for up-date bios and firmware. I think why the Intel do not put it in explanation in Graphic bios?? The PDF explanation and others is the same problem.
It's very simple:
1- Any download method is ok. the principal is file .bio. (I made F7)
2- After download unzip all local machine and save to use onliy file ".bio" (not simbols)
3- Acess the bios (press F2) and go to Advanced/Menu/Navigate/Files...find the .bio is in the diretory /sda (first diretory not other that have a false)
CAUTION users Linux : the other diretory is same .bio By FALSE and I think may be crash youre bios
(excuse me my english)
Please, see my replay to Scott.
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The OS shouldn’t be a problem during a BIOS update using the .bio file, here you can find the BIOS Update Instructions for Intel® NUC:
I recommend you to try F7 BIOS Update steps:
Also here is the latest BIOS v 0030 for your Intel® NUC:
Please let me know the outcome.