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Boot Windows 10 USB install media

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I have a NUC10i7FNH, I install 16G RAM and 250G SSD and a 500G HDD. I also installed CentOS8 (by booting form USB) on the SSD. I can now boot in CentOS and all is good.

But, next step was to install Windows10. Created W10 install media using the Microsoft tool. Put the usb key in the NUC, reboot and ...problems:-(

I do see the usb is accessed during boot (I selected in BIOS: USB first), but windows boot manager complains it is missing something on the install media and I should get a new dvd. Any pointers as to where I should look? 

I have the very latest BIOS, I am not using legacy boot (maybe that is the problem?)

 

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Hi @RolandT 

1. Verify that UEFI Boot in BIOS is enabled (this is the default setting).

2 .Power ON your NUC with  Windows Installation USB inserted into rear USB slot.

3. When you see the Intel NUC logo, repeatedly click on F10. NUC should boot into Boot Menu.

4. Move cursor to the line with UEFI Installation USB entry and click Enter. NUC will boot into Winods installation USB.

Leon

 

 

Leon

 

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Hi @RolandT 

1. Verify that UEFI Boot in BIOS is enabled (this is the default setting).

2 .Power ON your NUC with  Windows Installation USB inserted into rear USB slot.

3. When you see the Intel NUC logo, repeatedly click on F10. NUC should boot into Boot Menu.

4. Move cursor to the line with UEFI Installation USB entry and click Enter. NUC will boot into Winods installation USB.

Leon

 

 

Leon

 

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