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MOKONAKA
Beginner
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BOXNUC8I7BEH is not detecting any bootable device and cant' access BIOS setting with F2 key

I tried to install Windows 10 with boot USB.

But it says "a bootable device has not been detected".

 

I tried to check BIOS setting by pushing F2 key. But it seems not working.

I tried BIOS recovery and it seems it was successful.

but F2 key is not working.

 

Does anyone know how to solve the issue?

 

I used

SSD: SSDPEKNW512G8XT (Intel)

Memory: PV416G240C5S (Patriot Memory)

 

 

Thanks in advance!

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n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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When and How are you pressing F2?

Are you seeing the "Intel NUC" splash screen on the display?

Does the monitor (or TV) that you are using support the 1024x768 resolution?

 

Power off the NUC and then power on again. This time, however, when you press the power button to power on, hold it down for 3 seconds before releasing. The system should then display the Power Button Menu (may take up to 15 seconds to appear). Pressing F2 at this time will take you into BIOS Setup. If pressing F2 at this menu does not cause BIOS Setup to appear, then there is a monitor incompatibility.

 

Hope this helps,

...S

LeonWaksman
Super User
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I want to add to Scott's advice that after seeing to Power Button Menu, please check if you see in this menu a line: [F3] Disable Fast Boot. If yes, please depress on F3 key to disable Fast Boot. If the Fast Boot is enabled, you can't enter bios by pressing F2. Really, the Fast Boot is not needed and doesn't improve the boot process.

 

Leon

 

MOKONAKA
Beginner
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Thanks!

It seems that my monitor is not supporting 1024 * 768 resolution.

I used different monitor and it works!

MOKONAKA
Beginner
90 Views

Thanks! I disabled fast boot too

MOKONAKA
Beginner
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I changed monitor and I used CD drive instead of USB for installing Windows.

And it works! Thanks everyone!