So 70 views so far and no replies. I can see this issue has surfaced before (HDD LED issue with PCIe M.2 SSD?)
Does anyone from Intel read these posts? Surely a device which is on the tested and supported device list for this NUC should work correctly?
I can see that at some point in the past there was obviously an option to enable/disable the LED but this now seems to have been removed...
Seems like an oversight in the BIOS. The BIOS in my 6i5SYK does not have an option for selecting a PCIe SSD Led like I see in the link you mentioned. The option is there (and works) for the SATA-SDD, but not for the PCIe SSD.
Hope Intel will add this later.
Confirmed. I think it's due to the SSD being connected as a PCIe device, rather than a SATA device.
Samsung 950 Pro SSD is a NVMe drive and NUCs recognizes them in a different way. The LED light works with standard 2.5” Hard Disk Drives and M.2 Solid State Drives.
Maybe newer BIOS releases will include them.