Yes, this is a brand new drive in a brand new NUC. The disk does not appear in the windows management applet.
Some additional information: When I connect the disk to the NUC, I hear a constant beeping sound. The NUC though boots on the other m2 disk and windows 10 is loading with some delay. When I remove the seagate disk, the beeping sound goes away.
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Do you have the latest BIOS version installed? If not, you can download the latest version here:
Please check F7 BIOS Update Instructions for Intel® NUC
Also, make sure Legacy Boot is not enabled in the BIOS, only UEFI needs to be enabled to have this unit working with Windows® 10 and more than 2 TB HDDs.
Please let me know how it goes.
I have a NUC7i7BNH with a 256GB Toshiba/OCZ RD400 NVMe SSD and a 2TB Seagate ST2000LX001 SSHD (i.e. a HDD with built-in SSD Cache). No detection issues at all. Like Stan, I installed the SSHD after I installed the O/S onto the SSD. You don't absolutely have to follow this process, but I find that it is the least complicated...
One other thing: When I was installing the SSHD into the drive bay, I found that this torqued the cables and pulled one partially out of its connector. The last thing I did before closing the chassis was ensure that the connectors were fully seated.
Hope this helps,