Hello, you may try to flash or roll back your BIOS with the Recovery method. In this case it is necessary to completely remove the BIOS jumper before you turn the system on.
You may also use the F7 method; just press the F7 key when prompted on screen, BIOS jumper in normal position.
If by any chance you have any difficulties try formatting the USB drive as FAT, or use a different drive altogether.
appreciate you taking the Time to answer.
As mentioned in my previous Post, I already tried forcing the Recovery Method by removing the Jumper, but I don't have any visuals other than the LEDs from the NUC and the USB Flash Drive.
Here is what I tried so far:
Copy .BIO File to an NTFS USB Flash Drive, attach it at all 4 USB Connectors, start the NUC and wait for ~1h. ==> No Result other than the Power LED is ON, and the USB Flash Drive keeps blinking every now and then.
Copy .BIO File to an FAT32 USB Flash Drive, attach it at all 4 USB Connectors, start the NUC and wait for ~1h. ==> No Result other than the Power LED is ON, and the USB Flash Drive keeps blinking every now and then.
Tried 3 different USB Flash Drives, and 3 different Screens, 2 Screens with MiniHDMI to HDMI Cable, one with DisplayPort to VGA Cable.
I was thinking of creating an UEFI bootable USB Flash Drive that executes "WYLPT10H.86A.0021.EB.WINPE64.EXE" to flash the NUC, but after running "WYLPT10H.86A.0021.EB.WINPE64.EXE /?" it didn't show any possible switches, it just displayed that the current BIOS is not supported, so I don't know if that would work.
Since I have no Visual Feedback (no Display Output from the NUC), I don't know how long I should wait, or if I had to press any Keys at a certain Point.
Maybe there is a way I can make the WinPE Flash File run automatically with adding command line switches, so if you know any please tell