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ACole5
Beginner
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NUC5i5RYB - Missing boot drive.

I have 2 NUC's that have stopped seeing their boot drives. There is a possibility that a student has changed a setting in the BIOS but I cannot see where this can be turned off. I have gone through all the boot settings and reset BIOS to default but nothing. If it were one machine then I would suspect a faulty SSD but 2 at the same time seems unlikely.

 

Any help would be appreciated.

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Wanner_G_Intel
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Hello ACole5, Thank you for joining this Intel Community. NUC5i5RYB refers to the Intel® Board the kit uses. Could you please confirm the Intel® NUC model? NUC5i5RYH NUC5i5RYK NUC5i3RYH NUC5i3RYHS NUC5i3RYHSN NUC5i3RYK Wanner G. Intel Customer Support Technician Under Contract to Intel Corporation
LeonWaksman
Super User
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Is your drive recognised in bios? You should see the SSD in Advanced>Devices>Sata and Advanced>Devices>PCI

Leon​

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