Tried to use intel AHCI drivers from intel but idont know if i used the right one.
The only page for the unit is here: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/product/126135/Intel-NUC-Kit-NUC7CJYH
but i got a 2 at the end.
- Please attach to your post an image of BIOS Devices > SATA page, showing that the SSD is recognized in BIOS.
- You don't need any additional drivers if the Installation USB is created with Microsoft Media Creating Tool https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=691209
- You should nor format the SSD neither.
I upgraded the bios again nothing seems to help.
Win10 Says i need additional drivers to install, I try to make a new USB install again (done 2 already).
Somehow Ubuntu worked and was possible to install, so it seems strange.
- O.K . I can see you have SATA SSD that is recognized in BIOS. You don't need any additional drivers to install Windows 10. Just follow exactly the instructions:
- Please prepare your installation media (you need 8GB – 32GB USB stick), using Microsoft Media Creation Tool: https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=691209
- Your bios should be set to default settings. Enter bios (press F2 during boot) and then press F9 (Y) to set defaults and F10 (Y) to save settings and exit.
- With the installation media inserted into rear USB slot, power ON your NUC and when you see the Intel logo, repeatably press F10 to get Boot Menu.
- In this menu, choose UEFI option of you Installation media.
- Follow this tutorial to continue with installation https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/1950-clean-install-windows-10-a.html
- In para. 7 you may enter Product Key from the Microsoft Distribution you bought.
- Skip on para. 12 and continue in para. 13. Important, do not format drive where you want to install Windows, rather delete all existing partitions from this drive, till you see one unallocated space.
- Press Next and continue with the installation.