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What are the specs of "1A8LCC" Thank you/

 
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What is the model number of your NUC?

 

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Good evening Al,

I am interested in one being offered on e-Bay. Since it is from 2014, the specs are not listed on the

Intel page. I already have a (actually 2) of the 1A32SC sticks. I figure the 1A8LCC probably has Windows 8 and for sure the smaller

RAM and memory. Thought I would like to "play" with one of the older versions, IF the price is right.

I just can't believe how much Intel managed to cram into such a small package. I am negotiating for a DEFECTIVE unit

just to open it up and see it!

 

Glenn "Rip' Van Winkle

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Ok, you are talking about compute sticks, and not a NUC.

I do not see a 1A8LCC, but I do see 1A8LFC

https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/86613/intel-compute-stick-stck1a8lfc.html

 

Is that what you are looking for?

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000005941/intel-nuc/intel-compute-sticks.ht...

 

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Good morning Doc,

Thanks for the references, especially the way the item numbers are arrived at.

Possible ?? Using the 1A8LFC would it be possible to access the partition, delete the Ubuntu program and reload it

with something like Windows XP. Took a class to learn Ubuntu BUT . . . I guess I have been using Windows too long

so I didn't like Ubuntu. Probably too hard for an old dog to learn (and like) new tricks,

 

I am retired and enjoy working with new hardware. I am especially interested in printers.

 

Thanks for your help.

 

Glenn 'Rip' Van Winkle

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Windows is not supported on your stick:

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000005899/intel-nuc/intel-compute-sticks.ht...

 

Yes, you could delete the partitions.

I suppose you could try to get Windows 10 (or Windows 8.1) to run, but you would not be successful. Remember, you have 1GB memory, and 8GB storage. Not much to work with, and certainly no 64-bit windows.

 

As far as XP, fagetaboutit.

 

Doc

 

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If you can find a STCK1A32WFC, W10 32-bit runs pretty good.

 

Doc

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