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I am not from Intel, but you may find that most BIOS since the original may require that the HDMI TV support 1024x768 resolution (at 60Hz?). On my displays this comes up as small display in center. I am not sure but some TVs may have a particular HDMI input (such as 1) which they suggest for computers because it supports such varying resolution.
It seems crazy to me - Intel motherboards before the NUC (including integrated video from the processor chip) display okay full sized on all my monitors/TVs. Early NUC may have also. But then Intel revised the BIOS and now all NUC seem to display that tiny screen in center.
Thanks dougho and Sylvia.
The first thing I did was update the BIOS. I have tried several TVs all are standard 1080/720.
Sylvia - I followed your link and I see this:
'If you are using an HDMI monitor or HDTV that does not support a resolution of 1024x768, you cannot access the Intel® Visual BIOS setup when pressing the F2 key.'
Correct me if I'm wrong but standard HD is either 720 or 1080. Why should I need a TV that has to accommodate 1024x768?
Buckarooba, the standard HD is 720.
Would you please send me the graphics report from your system? Check the following URL; it will give you the steps Graphics Drivers — Intel® Graphics Driver Report
I have exactly the same problem
I need to reinstall my NUC d54250wyk (Bios ver 30) but for this I need to boot on a USB stick but the nuc denies all keys on boot.
Unable to enter in BIOS ! F2, F7 and F10 don't work at boot time.
I tried lot of times with different keyboard, monitor and TV... same problem
I try with bios jumper in different configuration... same problem
Can you tell me what can I do?