I'm trying to make use of the software control mode of the Power Button LED on my NUC. I have found documentation/tools on controlling the LED but none of them are for my NUC model.
Does my NUC (NUC7i7DNBE) definitely support the SW control mode?
I'm on the latest bios version (DNKBLi7v.86A at the time of writing)
Hi Alberto, thanks for the response.
By software control mode, I'm referring to the option in the BIOS for the Button LED which allows you to control the NUCs power button's LED state (on/off/flash/dual color) dynamically from software.
The BIOS option is under Power -> Button LED where the value can be set to "SW control"
There is an article here describing the programmable Button LED, although it refers to NUC7i[x]BN and not my board (NUC7i7DNBE)
This option is present in the BIOS for my board and the BIOS settings glossary here:
I'm trying to use this feature although none of the documentation refers to my specific board model so I'm wondering if it definitely supports it (even though the option is present in the bios)
I'm running both Ubuntu and Windows 10.
I'm still not sure if my product supports this feature as the second link you posted at the bottom says:
"This article applies to 15 products."
And none of the models listed include my model - NUC7i7DNBE
There is a Ubuntu Linux module for changing the LED state from the command line which doesn't work for me, although I appreciate Ubuntu is not an officially supported OS.
I thought I would investigate at least if my board is actually suppose to support software controlled LED state - Is it possible to verify whether or not this board should support the software controlled LED state?