As the subject, I got a notification from the IDA, and update it.
After it has done, it just stuck there, and the screen show "Intel NUC" logo and "setup" "BBS" on upper right corner.
Please give some advice to make the NUC back to work, thanks
I had the same problem with the HVK, downgrading to 59 BIOS worked.
I'm using a Crucial P1 drive
I also tried updating to the latest firmware for the P1 but it made no difference, latest firmware is P3CR013
Driver version: 10.0.18362.693 (Standard NVM Express Controller)
You guys saved me. I was having the EXACT same issue. I was losing my mind all weekend.
Downgrading to version 59, and removing SSDs while doing the boot recovery were the key. It works! Thank you both!
Obviously I have the Hades Canyon HVK w/ 8809G.
For SSDs, I have:
Samsung SSD 960 Evo 1TB
Intel SSD PEKKW256G7
I was able to resolve the issue through using the F4 BIOS Recovery in the power button menu and putting a USB flash drive with the BIO59 file in the front yellow USB slot. I did not have to open the unit at all to mess with any security jumper or remove the SSD.
It did give me a warning about updating to BIO61 again once I was back in Windows after first downgrading back to BIO59 but simply flashing BIO59 again a couple of times again seems to have stopped that. Removing BIO61 from the device manager firmware nor reverting to default settings in the Visual BIOS after first downgrading to BIO59 did not seem to help with it trying to revert back to BIO61 after as I saw with my first restart after downgrading to BIO59 it upgraded back to BIO61 and again had the same issue with it being stuck on the Setup BBS screen.
Strangely it seems you just have to completely turn off the device a few times after logging back into Windows after overwriting the BIOS with the BIO59 file and only turn the computer on by activating the power button menu and use the F4 recovery option at least 3 times in a row in order for it to stop upgrading to BIO61 even if you end up overwriting the same BIO59 a couple of times. Once you stop seeing the windows notification about upgrading to BIO61 on the next restart and just see "System Firmware" under Firmware in the device manager and not BIO61 it seems to be resolved.
I'm not working for or in Intel. I'm private person, so, I can't withdraw the BIOS from the Download Center. However, since intel Service Engineers are aware about this problem, I can assure you it that they will do this and in short time you will see in Download Center version 0059 or a corrected version with higher number.
Thanks Solarfire and all LeonW for the help. I have the HVK and am up and running using the steps in your post modified as below for .61 on the stick.
-Inserted FAT32 stick in front, BIOS upgraded (hurray for small steps!)
-Pulled power connector.
- CMOS Battery was reconnected / Security set back to posts 1&2.
-Restarted without SSD, F2 to BIOS.
-F10 to Save. Reboot to no boot device.
-Unplug power, reinsert SSD.
-Restart, takes a bit longer, but booted to Win10 and I am up and running (for now)
-Have not reinstalled the LED panel
I had two sticks. .59 on one and .61 on the other.
I figured what the heck and tried the .61 first (steps in another reply to Solarfire) and it worked (for now.)
It appears the correct way to get BIOS 0061 to install correctly is to remove the SSD before flashing. The offending SSD is what is preventing the flash from finishing correctly. Don't use the EBU file from Windows, use the BIO file from the F7 flash update key on boot.
1. Remove the SSD, power on the system.
2. Flash to 0061 using the BIO file using F7 Flash Update at Splash Screen.
3. After the BIOS has finished flashing and system boots to a "No Boot Device Detected" message, Power Off the system and install the SSD again. Power On and the system should boot fine from now on using 0061.
I tried this on (4) different Hades Canyon systems with varying BIOS revisions and had no issues with booting or flashing to 0061.
Thanks for the warning.
This is why it is always a good idea to reset your BIOS to F9 Default settings before flashing to the new BIOS. Being that your NUC was crashing due to overclocking is not surprising as these NUCs do not have much or any headroom. I have tried many of the SSDs others have said have issues with the last few Hades BIOSs and have not seen any issues so far. Maybe I am lucky and have systems not susceptible to whatever is causing these issues.
Just in case anyone has this problem, FYI that I was unable to initiate the BIOS downgrade (using the Power Button Menu) until I inserted the USB stick in the front YELLOW USB port. This was mentioned in LeonWaksman's instructions (thanks again), but I was reading too fast.
I though my days of messing with jumpers ended 15+ years ago. Thanks Intel!
My drives are:
You are correct about the yellow jumper. If it is in the 2-3 position, this is lockdown mode. No access to BIOS Setup or being able to flash update.
The Recovery Jumper has been on Intel motherboards and NUCs for decades. Its function has change a little over the years.
Does anyone know what controller these Crucial SSDs have?
I know Silicon Motion has been an issue with Hades BIOSs of late. I can bet that since these are so cheap at the moment (Newegg $59.99 500GB) that they do have the SMI controller. It is a similar controller that is in the AData and some Intel SSDs.
Here’s what I have been able to ascertain so far:
Present but unverified as having a role in the hang:
Verified no role in the hang:
Did I miss any drives?