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MYabl
Novice
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Bootable USB flash with OS recognized in BIOS like ZMVE Virtual CDRom 1.00

Hello.

I have an Intel NUC mini, Product code: BOXNUC7i3BNH

When i wanted reinstall my OS Windows 10 x64, i have create a bootable USB flash for it, but, 

it was recognized in BIOS like a ZMVE Virtual CDRom 1.00. Of course nothing is loaded from this device. And i can't reinstall my Operating system. I also have a Zalman ZM VE-300, but nothing is loaded from it too. Actually, i cant't install any OS at all.

 

I alredy have the same problem, but with another NUC mini and older Zalman ZM VE-200 right here

https://forums.intel.com/s/question/0D50P00004PtRRASA3/bootable-usb-flash-with-os-initiated-in-bios-...

And the problem was resolved by replacement under the NUC warranty

 

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AlHill
Super User
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Follow my procedure here:

https://forums.intel.com/s/question/0D50P00004Icw2bSAB/problems-with-microsoft-supplied-windows-10-i...

 

Do not deviate from this procedure.

 

Doc

 

LeonWaksman
Super User
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Hi @MYabl​ 

can you see the bootable USB in Boot Menu? To Enter Boot Menu, press F10 after you see The Intel NUC logo.

 

Leon

 

MYabl
Novice
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When i connecting any booteble device, USB CD-ROM, Bootble USB Flash With Win 10 or Linux or anything else i see UEFI: USB ZMVE Virtual CDRom 1.00 and it dose not load anything from tha device.

MYabl
Novice
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You can reed closed question by link above. That was the same problem.

LeonWaksman
Super User
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  1. You have some old entries stored in your BIOS. Those entries should be cleared issuing command in Command Prompt/Windows PowerShell window.
  2. If you have old version of Windows installed, open Power Shell while you are in Windows.
  3. If you can't boot into Windows follow this steps to open Command Prompt:
  4. Press Power Button to switch NUC ON
  5. Repeatedly depress F8, you will see words: Please wait. Stop depressing F8, NUC will enter Advanced Option Menu.
  6. Click/tap on Troubleshoot.
  7. Click/tap on Advanced options.
  8. Click on Command Prompt
  9. In the Command Prompt write the command sequence according to this tutorial: https://izzylaif.com/en/clear-up-bios-boot-menu-entries/ . This will remove the unnecessary entries from the boot menu and release place for your bootable USB.
  10. Close the Command Prompt window by clicking the X in the upper right corner of the Command Prompt window.

 

 

Leon

 

MYabl
Novice
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Ok, I'll check this method in a few days and write about the results.

Thank you for help.

MYabl
Novice
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Thank you Man. It helped.

(c) You are breathtaking.

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