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Windows 11 NUC install

Kupuna
New Contributor I
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Does Win 11 have any NUC-related problems. Can I go ahead and install (given that non-Nuc hardware/software might cause problems

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AlHill
Super User
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Who knows?   Be adventurous and give it a shot.  But take a backup first.  Also, remember you have to have an 8th gen processor or later.

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
[Windows 11 is the new Vista]

 

 

k10
Beginner
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Hello;
Besteht eventuell die Möglichkeit
auf einem ASUS Laptop mit dem Pozessor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4210U CPU @ 1.70GHz 2.40 GHz das neue Windows 11 zu installieren ?

MfG k10

PRyan4
New Contributor I
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I upgraded my Hades Canyon to Win 11, running all the latest drivers, even Radeon win 11 driver 20.10.1.

So far running no issues.

Patricio
Beginner
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Thanks for letting us know. I'm about to try and upgrade mine. 

JNiel20
Novice
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Just updated to Win 11. No sound on NUC10i3FNH, tried to re-install sound drivers, updated HDMI firmware - and it's not a problem with my tv..

Also tried a different HDMI cable...

mecej4
Black Belt
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Upgraded NUC10i7FNB to Windows 11. Sound output from front audio works fine.

No issues other than with a third party driver -- downloading and installing current driver fixed that, too.

LucF
New Contributor I
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Has anyone tried a clean install of Win 11 on NUC8i5BEH?
I'm undecided whether do bungee jumping...
Bye

AlHill
Super User
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Anything you try is not supported.  The processor is not supported for Windows 11.   You may try a registry hack.  Again, it is not supported.  Do yourself a favor and stay with Windows 10.

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
[Windows 11 is the new Vista]

LucF
New Contributor I
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Hi @AlHill ,

I didn't understand if you are referring to my NUC NUC8i5BEH, but I think its hardware supports Windows 11:
- Processor i5-8259U @ 2.30 GHz
- TPM 2.0
- UEFI
- Secure boot

Ciao!

AlHill
Super User
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Your hardware does support windows 11.  It is just that you did not identify your hardware in your post until you went back and modified it.

 

Go ahead and jump.

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
[Windows 11 is the new Vista]

md_rogers
Beginner
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I did a fresh install of Windows 11 via bootable USB on my NUC11PAKi5. No problems what-so-ever. Once finished, this is the order I did things:

1. Installed "Chipset Device Software" and "Management Engine Driver" from the Intel support site. Both were for Windows 10.

2. Ran Windows Update. Lots of updates. Many reboots. Some failures. Don't worry, it eventually sorts itself out.

3. Ran Intel's own Driver & Support Assistant. No updates.

 

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