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USB disabled in BIOS

fever1234
Beginner
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What should I do?

Thanks

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AlHill
Super User
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Can you reveal which NUC?

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)

fever1234
Beginner
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Hi,

It's a new NUC11TNKi7, I misread/misunderstood the USB power settings in the BIOS menu and disabled power over all USB. I rebooted and realized immediately my error...

I should be OK with a thunderbolt extender/dock or USB extender/dock with external power supply I think but I have neither of those right now.

Should be OK Monday but what can I do in the meantime?

LeonWaksman
Super User
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Hi @fever1234 

I'm assuming that in BIOS setting Advanced > USB, you have set to Disable or No Detect

1. If the setting is Disable, the USB keyboard/ mouse is still available during POST. While you see the Intel NUC logo, click few times on F2, to enter BIOS setting and reset USB to Enable.

2. In case that you set USB ports to No Detect, the USB keyboard/ mouse is available in Windows. In Windows enter Windows Settings, Update & Security > Recovery click on Restart now, to boot into Windows Advanced Menu. In the Advanced Menu:

       2.1.click Troubleshoot,

       2.2. next click  Advanced Options.

       2.3. click on UEFI Firmware Settings and finally click on Restart.  NUC will boot into BIOS settings.

 

Hope this helps

Leon

 

 

n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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You can also get into BIOS Setup from the Power Button Menu.

...S

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