Got a new BOXNUC7I3BNK NUC Kit. Only using a Samsung EVO 970 M.2 ssd. The bios recognized the drive as an M.2 ssd, but
in the boot panel, does not recognize it as a UEFI drive, only as a Legacy drive.
I updated to the most recent Bios, followed an Intel support article 000022600 (5-11-18) for Windows 10 system.
Item 3 sub item C says to "On the Boot > Boot Configuration menu, in the UEFI boot pane, OS Selection is set to
Windows 8.x/Windows 10". My Bios does not have an OS Selection option in the UEFI boot pane.
Please tell me I am missing something.
Thanks in advance.
Hello, sucko. Thank you very much for joining the Intel Community.
I would like to clarify: Are you able to boot from the drive with UEFI boot enabled?
Then, have you tried testing the SSD into a different system in UEFI Boot? Additionally, what is the part number of your M.2 SSD?
I would highly appreciate if you can share a screenshot of the Home and Boot pages of the Intel® Visual BIOS.
I would like to know if you still need assistance. If so, do not hesitate in replying to this thread.
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