Thank you for your post.
We have reviewed the information you provided us, and we regret to inform you that your new SSD may not be compatible with your Intel® Nuc.
Your Nuc supports only 2.5" SATA drives, while your new Samsung* SSD uses an mSATA interface.
- Intel® NUC Kit D34010WYKH Technical Specifications.
Your Nuc does feature one PCIe* half-mini card and one full-mini card connectors, but these will not work with an mSATA drive, despite the similar look. Keep in mind that you may be able to find mSATA to SATA adapters, but these are not officially supported and we cannot guarantee compatibility.
Please note that you're posting to our SSD forum, which is normally intended for troubleshooting issues on Intel Solid State Drives (do not worry, we're always glad to help). For further insight, you may want to post to our Intel® NUC Community, or contact support.
Thank you for your answer, but my previous ssd : Kingston SSD 120GB (SMS200S3/120G) was also a mSata disk and it worked perfectly. And when i go to the Specification of D34010WYK on this side :
I see: One full length mini PCI Express slot with mSATA support
I did not see that when I was looking through the specifications earlier.
We will move your thread to the appropriate forum for the correct team to handle your issue.
Anyone has an idea?
I would say this is just compatibility issue because I have noticed the Samsung 840EVO 1TB has been tested on the same Intel® NUC model.
See the list of tested mSATA devices
You could also check if the drive is defective by contacting the drive manufacturer
Thank you for you Help, I ordered a mSATA / USB adapter but i'm almost pretty shure that the ssd will work perfectly on a differently computer... it's very scarce to get a dead ssd unit... I will see, i also hope Intel will provide a new bios that improve the compatibility with new mSata Drive.