Could you please confirm the specific BIOS version you are currently running on the Intel® NUC?
Latest BIOS version for Intel® NUC Kit DN2820FYKH is available here Download BIOS Update [FYBYT10H.86A] (0052).
Also please confirm the SATA mode is set to AHCI in BIOS of the Intel® NUC DN2820FYKH
Additionally, Have you tried different Installation Media?
Please ensure the disk's controller is enabled in the NUC's Menu.
I have heard some people had to completely re-format the drive out of the box and manually set partitions. This could be achieved on another computer or prior to Operating System installation.
- BIOS: FYBYT10H.86a.0051.2015.0624.1406. Will update to 0052. I updated last week, but now see that this week there is a new version
- AHCI enabled
- The NUC can only install from USB. It doesn't have an CD/DVD
- The OS has installed properly on a classic Toshiba HD on the NUC.
- Haven’t seen any option to enable he disk’s controller. Which menu is that in the BIOS? I presume it's enabled otherwise it would start with a classic HD.
I now copied the working classic HD to the SSD. After an initial boot faillure I used the install disk to correct the boot reord. Then it started from the SSD. After booting it installed some drivers, a.o. "Samsung SSD 840 ATA Device: Finished, restart required.
After restart it works correctly now.
Keep you posted.