I have an USB drive with UEFI OS image and successfully installed OS using it.
But when I tried to boot from this USB drive for the next time it just gone from boot menu and from list of bootable devices in visual bios.
I used the front panel USB to install OS but after that I've tried to use some of USB ports on back panel and after several attempts ALL of my usb ports stopped to recognise USB boot drive.
But ports itself are working fine. When I boot into OS peripheral works fine and I can even access data on the pen drive attached to the front panel USB.
Also usb keyboard and mouse connected to same ports working fine in Visual BIOS. So this is not a hardware issue I guess.
BIOS version is 0049.
Once you have an O/S installed onto a drive, it is normal for USB devices to not appear to be bootable any longer. To make this possible, you need to do one of two things:
Hope this helps,
As I already mentioned in question: it just gone from boot menu and from list of bootable devices in visual bios
So the problem is not about "to boot from usb using boot menu" and to get USB device back since I can't access it anymore.
Boot drive is fine because I can boot from it using my laptop and I already checked all USB ports on NUC in OS.
Ok, ICS (intel_corp) will need to look at this.
If you are able, download and run the https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/25293/Intel-System-Support-Utility-for-Windows- Intel System Support Utility for Windows and attach the file generated to a response post. This will get the ICS engineer up to speed all the faster.