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NHerm1
Beginner
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a bootable device has not been detected

Hallo Intel community

I'm really happy with my Intel compute stick but yesterday when booting it it displays the following message: a bootable device has not been detected

When I try to select a device to boot from no drive is available for selection unless I plug in a USB stick, installing a new OS also doesn't detect a drive.

in normal circumstances I'd replace the drive but this doesn't seem possible with the compute stick.

Has anyone had a problem like this before, I can't seem to find any info online.

Thanks in advance for any help / feedback provided.

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NHerm1
Beginner
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I've been trying to get it to work again but all attempts have failed so far. Is really no one dealing with this issue?

Cesar_B_Intel
Employee
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Hello Nick_Hermans,

Are you getting any error codes?

Have you tried a hard reset?

I suggest accessing the recovery media (If using Windows version):

1- If Windows boots, from Windows Start, type in Recovery and select Recovery Options. See

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-8/restore-refresh-reset-pc http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-8/restore-refresh-reset-pc for complete details on how

to use the recovery options.

2- If Windows fails to boot, the recovery process should automatically start.

3- If Recovery does not automatically start, you can try to initiate it as follows:

-. Press F8 during boot (when you see the prompt "F8 to Activate Windows 8.1 Recovery

Mode").

2. Follow the recovery steps.

You may get more information here http://download.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/stck1a32wfc/sb/stck1a32wfc_eng_userguide01.pd... http://download.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/stck1a32wfc/sb/stck1a32wfc_eng_userguide01.pd...

Please post your results here.

Regards,

Caesar B.

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