Hello BenjaminG, similar issue has been reported on a D34010WYK NUC. I was able to set a lab but I did not experience the same behavior. https://communities.intel.com/thread/55866
Would you please provide me your system configuration?
mSATA model #
Operating system you are using:
I’m going to try to reproduce your issue by setting up a lab. I’ll keep you posted with the results
thanks for your help
mSata is: Intel SSDMCEAC060B3
Memory is: Kingston KVR16S11/8
NIC is:Intel 82579LM
When I disable LegacyBoot, so there is only UEFI, then I do only have IPv4+6 NIC to boot from. The HDD isnt available at all.
But the BIOS does see the mSata, as I can see its Name under Devices&Peripferals > SATA.
Benjamin, who was able to set up a lab and do a PXE boot without problems. The NUC kept the boot order, which allowed me to perform a PXE boot each time
I would like to share some pictures with you.
Display F12 for Network Boot needs to be enable
The only Boot Device enable was Network
BenjaminG, I was able to replicate your issue using another DC53427HY.
This 2nd NUC had BIOS version 0034, however I tried rolling back to a previous BIOS version 0032 and I got a successfully boot order.
LAN stayed as the first boot option on this device.
If you want, in the mean time you can roll back to BIOS v32 so you can perform a PXE boot without problem.
I’m going to report this behavior right away.
I had the same problem this week with a newly bought NUC5i3RYK
which shipped with old firmware version 0130.2014.1203.1639
Only upgrading the firmware to latest version 0249 helped.
(just copy the firmware file to a FAT-formatted USB-stick and press F7 during boot)
Changing "Display F12 for Network Boot" does not help there.
Hope, this helps.