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En la Bios no permite el arranque por USB

superbanban
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Buenos días.

Acabo de adquirir un Intel Nuc modelo NUC8I3BEH, al que le he instalado una memoria marca Crucioal CT8G4SFS824A y un disco WDS500G2B0B. He realizado el montaje sin problema y lo he ido a instalar mediante USB. No me lo permitía y he entrado en la BIOS, cuando compruebo que no aparece como opción de arranque el USB. He mirado las diferentes opciones de la BIOS y parece estar todo correcto, solo que no aparece como arranque y no veo la manera en la que incluir el USB como arranque. Me podéis ayudar?

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Muchas gracias por todo, de antemano

Good Morning.

I have just purchased an Intel Nuc model NUC8I3BEH, to which I have installed a Crucioal CT8G4SFS824A memory and a WDS500G2B0B disk. I have made the assembly without problem and I have gone to install it via USB. It did not allow me and I have entered the BIOS, when I verify that the USB does not appear as a boot option. I have looked at the different BIOS options and it seems to be all correct, only it does not appear as a boot and I do not see how to include the USB as a boot. Can you help me?

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Thank you very much for everything beforehand
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LeonWaksman
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1. Create the Installation USB, using Microsoft Media Creation Tool.

2. Insert the USB in the rear USB slot.

3. Power ON your NUC and when you see the Intel NUC logo, repeatedly click on F10. Your NUC will boot into Boot Menu.

4. In the Boot Menu, select the USB line with the UEFI entry and click on Enter. 

Leon

 

 

 

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LeonWaksman
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1. Create the Installation USB, using Microsoft Media Creation Tool.

2. Insert the USB in the rear USB slot.

3. Power ON your NUC and when you see the Intel NUC logo, repeatedly click on F10. Your NUC will boot into Boot Menu.

4. In the Boot Menu, select the USB line with the UEFI entry and click on Enter. 

Leon

 

 

 

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