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Nope. No driver is available for Windows 7.
Intel is slowly but surely dropping support for Window 7. The next-generation Kaby Lake processors (and NUCs) will offer no Windows 7 support at all. Carrying Windows 7 support is just too costly for them. This upsets me as well, Windows 10 is chock full of MS spyware. I don't trust and won't run any Metro-based apps (if I am forced to use Windows 10, I uninstall all of those that I can and hide the shortcuts for those that I can't) and I won't have anything to do with their app store.
I tried (really tried) to use win10 - I was basically just trying to turn it into Windows 7 - so I gave up.
Thanks for the confirmation.
This message was posted on behalf of Intel Corporation
I apologize for the inconvenience.
You might to review the following link; Supported Operating Systems for Intel® NUC Products. Some subsystems do not have Windows 7 drivers available, and the SD card is disabled when Windows 7 is selected in BIOS Setup. My recommendation in this case is to upgrade to Windows® 10 for drivers availability.