unfortunately I already read that (and other as well) discussion. It seems that a lot of people have trouble to get BIOS screen displayed on their TV.
Which is weird for a computer that has HDMI as its only video output.
Anyway yesterday for only once the bios page appeared on my TV and then no more.
I decided to bring my NUC to my neighbour who has a different Panasonic model and everything it's ok. So I set up my bios to get through windows7 installation and now I'm installing it. I hope not to have to tweak some bios setting again because it's not so good to roam with my NUC just to do that.
Gianpaoloracca, the following articles will show you additional information about this behavior.
I’m glad you were able to set up the operating system on your NUC.
Exactly the same situation. I was forced to update original BIOS from 15 to 41 to have boot from USB.
After that I wasn't able to access BIOS (or maybe I gain access to BIOS but the screen is black). For this reason I cannot install windows 7.
I also tried to downgrade to bios version 40 with no success.
Now I'm testing the system with windows 8.1 but It is very frustrating (and not undestandable in my oipnion) not to be able to access to BIOS.
I made differrent trial (4 different monitor also supporting 1024x768 resolution, HDMI to VGA adaptor etc....).
NUC is great but UEFI bios is indecent.
No way, I'm not able to gain access to bios. My monitor support 1024x768 Hz resolution but my screen is black. I'm using bios version 41, all my drivers are updated and Windows 8.1 works like a charm. I need to test Windows 7 but I cannot install it w/out accessing bios.
Do the next bios update solve this problem.
Alessio it seems that you already tried 4 different monitors or displays.
Did you try using a different HDMI cable?
We haven't received notification about a new BIOS version yet, but when one is available, it will be at downloadcenter.intel.com.