I tried to upgrade the 64Gb Sata M2 SSD in my NUC5i3RYH and after several tries I got into the Windows 10 setup (I had to enable Legacy boot). The problem I now have is Windows setup doesn't create the right partitions.
The error I get is "Windows cannot be installed to this disk. This computers hardware may not support booting to this disk. Ensure that the disk's controller is enabled in the computer's BIOS menu"
If I try to boot in Legacy it says there is no boot drive detected.
Does someone have a solution, or is the SSD not supported?
You need to be in UEFI mode. If your bios is not updated, it should be.
And, you should create your Windows 10 install media from here, following the Microsoft instructions:
When you boot your install stick, select the UEFI option.
Do a custom install, deleting ALL PARTITIONS on the A2000, but do NOT format. Select the unallocated partition, and let windows do the rest.
I've created the USB with the Microsoft tool and the USB is in UEFI mode if I check it at the boot devices. Bios is the latest version.
I can see the A2000 as NVME SSD in the bios but it doesn't show up in the boot devices when pressing F10. Deleting the partition also doesn't work, I get the same error message when trying to install Windows 10. Booting without legacy mode turned on gives me the "no boot devices detected" error.
Windows cannot be installed to this disk. This computers hardware may not support booting to this disk. Ensure that the disk's controller is enabled in the computer's BIOS menu
Checking at Technical Product Specification, para TABLE 1 (page 11) and para. 220.127.116.11 (page 47),it's looks to me that your NUC5i3RYK, equipped with I3-5010U CPU (your NUC) doesn't supports NVMe SSD. While NUC5i3RYK equipped with I3-5005U CPU supports such SSD (only with limited performance). So, I thing in your case you need to buy SATA SSD or, newer generation NUC.
I for my self, don't have NUC RY to verify this, but this is my understanding while I'm reading the TPS.
PCI Express Revision
PCI Express Configurations ‡
M.2 slot with PCIe x4 lanes
M.2 Card Slot (storage)
I'm taking back what I wrote in may previous post. For me the description in TPS is misleading. From the following post that your NUC supports the NVMe drive. Since I can't verify this, I suggest that you wait for the official Intel answer from Intel. This will probably happen not before Monday.