I'm trying to boot to the latest Windows 10 boot media but when I enter the boot menu I see a old USB drive that isn't attached to the device.
My drive that is attached isn't showing as a boot option. And it won't boot to the USB drive that it is showing.
This is a NUC5i3RYH I just installed the latest BIOS.
It's Win10 1909 ISO downloaded from Microsoft Licensing Service Center.
But the bigger issue to me here is the fact the system is showing a boot drive option that isn't attached to the device. I know the boot media I have is good because it's been used many times.
I've seen this happen on several of our older NUC's and I think I figured it out the problem once but I don't remember the solution.
To update the BIOS I used F2 then Update BIOS under tools and used the RY0383.bio file. I have entered the BIOS and used F9 then F10 but I still see the Centon DS Sport USB drive as a option and I don't even have that device anymore. I tried clearing the CMOS using the jumpers but that doesn't look like it did anything.