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valbuz
Beginner
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USB Legacy boot nok

Hi

i'm having trouble to boot from a usb with my NUC5i7RYB.

BIOS: xx.0385

The USB-Stick is only in UEFI there. With F10 Boot menu i see the Stick, but when i make the choice, nothing happens.

In BIOS is legacy boot activ. . But my Stick isn't in the legacy boot priority list, only in the uefi list.

Secure Boot is disabled, also uefi 3rd party driver load.

i try also all usb port's without success

Please can anyone getting help here?

thanks

pat

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AndrewG_Intel
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Hello @valbuz

Thank you for posting on the Intel® communities.

 

We would like to inform you that due to the Intel® NUC Kit NUC5i7RYH (Board Number: NUC5i7RYB) has been discontinued, Intel Customer Service no longer supports inquiries for it, but perhaps fellow community members have the knowledge to jump in and help. You may also find the Discontinued Products website helpful to address your request.

 

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valbuz
Beginner
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Hans_Bausewein
New Contributor I
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Hello @valbuz ,

Intel's response could be read as "buy a newer NUC and we'll help you", but before you do that, read this:

  Intel® NUC Products Phasing Out Legacy BIOS

 

My question would be: do you really need Legacy Boot ?

There are quite some tools to use UEFI.

e.g. Creating EFI-Bootable USB Drives

Maybe it's useful.

I use rEFInd as a boot manager on my NUC10i3FNK.

Regards,


Hans

 

n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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Devices are only going to show up in a Boot Priority list if the BIOS detects that the device appears to be bootable via that list's boot method (Legacy vs. UEFI).

One possibility is that the BIOS is confused by the original formatting of the USB flash drive. What I suggest you try doing is, using a Windows-based PC (NOT Linux and NOT MacOS), reformat this flash drive for FAT32 with (very important!) the Quick Format option disabled. This will rewrite the sector map and correct any problems introduced by the vendor's bulk formatter. Once done, you can reload this flash drive with the ISO or whatever it is that you wish to boot off this drive and try again.

Hope this helps,

...S

valbuz
Beginner
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the problem is resolved when you put 2 usb-stick during the booting up.

one in the front one in the back.

so the usb-drive are best and correct formatted.

problem is intel/nuc/bios

 

thanks!

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