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Hobbit, something very important is to install the drivers in order, beginning with the chipset driver (.INF), graphics, audio and then management engine.
I would recommend you to install all drivers and the operating system using minimum configuration such as NUC, 1 memory stick, power supply and SSD.
You can also try using the Intel Driver Update utility; it will automatically identify and find all software updates. It detects which driver updates are relevant to your computer, and then helps you install them quickly and easily Intel® Driver Update Utility
You can also check the following link I found http://www.driverscape.com/download/intel(r)-8-series-lpc-controller-(premium-sku)---9c43
Yes, the download mbrazdil suggested worked for me too.
And, I would like to add a few remarks:
- I am using a D54250WYKH NUC with Windows 7 Premium 64-bit
- The unknown device that's showing in Device Manager is similar to the one that Hobbit is showing above, ie. Intel Series 8 LPC Controller
- This is the Consumer Infrared Controller (CIR)
- The Intel download page for D54250WY-D34010WY series NUC has a driver bundle version May2014 that includes a CIR driver (2012.0801_2.7.1005) that didn't work for me
- The download above that mbrazdil is suggesting is for a CIR driver (2013.0716_2.9.1007) and it solved the problem
- The CIR driver will not install if you remove or uninstall the Unknown Device listed in Device Manager, it will fail and tell you that the CIR device is not found or detected
- If you leave the Unknown Device listed in Device Manager and go and run the downloaded CIR driver installation package it will find and detect the device and install the driver correctly and automatically.
I had a similar issue with the D34010WYK, the solution above worked for me too. I was attempting to deploy Windows x64 Enterprise to these systems with SCCM 2012R2 and needed to import the drivers into SCCM (did not work with the 2.7.105 version). I used the driver mbrazdil suggested and ran the installer. It unpacked the necessary driver files to the "C:\Program Files (x86)\Nuvoton SIO CIR Device Driver" directory. 7-zip will not unpack the drivers, you must run the installer. I just copied the directory into my Driver Package and imported it into SCCM for a successful deployment. Thanks to mbrazdil for the insight on the correct Driver Download for this device, you saved me many hours and many headache. I hope that this may help other SCCM Admins deploy to NUC's as well. (I have also had major issues with the Lan Drivers, it can be fixed by targeting the exact driver for the NUC's, and ignoring the rest in the Lan Driver Package.)
I have same issue with LAN drivers as you SCCM_Freak. Same model D34010WYK. Could you explain in detail which driver etc? I made a driver package with the LAN driver, only driver in the package, still it fails. After it fails and boots into windows, I am able to install the same driver and the LAN works just fine.....