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1. If you can enter your bios setting by pressing F2 during the boot process. Press F9 to set bios to its default settings. Then press F10 to save those default values and exit bios.
2. Now update your bios using bios recovery. There are two methods to recover bios:
2.1 Pressing F4 form Power Button Menu: Power Button Menu BIOS Update Instructions for Intel® NUC
or if you can't enter to Power Menu
2.4 Removing bios security jumper: Power Button Menu BIOS Update Instructions for Intel® NUC . (See the attached image)
3. After recovering your bios, enter again to bios settings (F2 during boot). Press F9 to set bios defaults. Now, if you want, set your custom setting and press F10 to save and exit.
4. And finally, do not use Intel's tool for drivers update. This tool doesn't work as suppose to work. Update all your drivers manually. Download the drivers from Download Center: Downloads for Intel® NUC Kit NUC6i7KYK
Hope this will help
thanks a lot for this perfect Easter egg. As I posted, the problem in fact sat in front of the monitor. I did the F9 within the BIOS and all the other stuff, yes, but what I forgot to do was the F10 after F9... Please forgive me, I'm an old man at his seventies :-(
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