Can you try using a different hard drive model?
Hi I have a same kind of problem.
I first tried to install Windows Home Server to Intel NUC D34010WYKH2 but there were no drivers for WHS. Now I try to install in NUC Windows 7 Prof. but when I should decide where to install it, no partition is proper. There's the following information:
Disk 0 Partition 1 100.0 MB 86.0 MB System
Disk 0 Partition 2 128.0 Mt 128.0 MB MSR (reserved)
Disk 0 Unallocated space 223.3 GB 223.3 GB
Windows could not install to the disk partition x. (More information)
Windows could not install to the disk. The selected disk is GPT style.
Here x=1/2/3. How could I proceed?
The partitions that you are seeing are left-overs from the WHS installation. I would recommend that you delete all of these existing partitions and then tell Windows Setup to install to the unallocated space. This will allow Windows Setup to choose the most appropriate sizes for the various partitions.
You can delete the partitions right there on the same page in Windows Setup that you use to select which one to install to. Simply highlight a partition and then click on Delete. Keep doing this until all you have left is a single entry for the drive saying Unallocated Space. Highlight this entry (if it isn't already; it will be if only a single drive is present) and then click on Next.
Thank you very much Scott Your advice was very valuable. I succeedet to install Windows 7 Prof. But now I have another problem, there's no network drives again. When I try to search downloads for Intel NUC D34010WYKH from the download center, I get the message "There are currently no downloads available for Intel® NUC Kit D34010WYKH". I even can't believe that therre's no downloads available. Especially when I need drivers for Win 7.
As I said, the 'H' indicates a kit that has the taller chassis that provides a bay for a separate 2.5" SSD/HDD/SSHD. From the Intel Download Center main scene, select "Boards and Kits", "Intel NUC Kits" and "Intel NUC Kit D34010WYK" and you will see the downloads that are available.
Thanks again Scott On these discussions I can't find where you mentioned that "H" has a special meaning but now it's good to know it. Anyway I loaded the drivers and the installation was OK. So thank you for your double help. Best Regards Makarios
Sorry, I answer a lot of questions and the answers start to bleed together after a while. Let's just say that, in one of my responses to one of these questions, wherever it is, I talked about the 'H'...
No problem I learned two things.