Well it seams that option TWO is the best choice. Also setting up LE again is not a big deal.
So I think I go with that. Installing WIN10 on a NUC shouldn't be a big problem. Well we never know.
Let's see where I can download a Intel-driver-featured Win10 64 bit.
Any tips regarding Win + NUC?
P. S. Native German, plus English and Spanish. Living in the moment in Buenos Aires.
Bios Keys (if unknown):
F2 bios config./settings
F7 bios update (with *.bio on an usb stick, OS independent Bios updates)
F10 boot menu
Tips regarding Win install:
- you could use the link from comment #13 "c't Notfall..." => the first 64 bit, german
- don't let you trick by MS's insist (insistance ?) to need an online account during install (use Domäne beitreten ...)
- the rest of setting during install: as you wish and no need to spent a lot of time
- if it comes to that point somehow: don't use the driver offered by windows update (they are downsized), use only (!) the Intel one's from their site
Tips regarding driver (in that sequence):
copy-pasted from the readme in the "Bundle Drivers":
1. Intel® Chipset Device
2. Intel® Management Engine Consumer Driver
3. Intel® Graphics DCH Driver
?. Intel® Serial IO Driver (don't know which function is has, but it won't hurt)
?. Intel® Ethernet (isn't necessary for the HDMI update)
?. Realtek* High Definition Audio Driver (last time I didn't install it for an HDMI update)
that's all driver we/you need.
- reboot Windows after driver install so that all driver are sharp
- you'll find in the device manager some unsatisfied entries - cause we didn't install all driver -
- chipset and most important graphic should be satified !
- HDMI is an extra download (not in the bundle) !
- HDMI update works without LAN/WIFI
a) BIOS ?
last is 87.
is yours current ? (NUC booted with F2-Key pressed/tapped)
either it's in the bundle too or later (anytime and any OS) via an '.bio on an usb stick
b) Secure Erase SSD (if needed)
- software comes from your manufacturer
usually (I got a Samsung SSD) they build an usb stick to boot with. (suprise: they boot an linux )
I thought that you're an german
I hope the whole effort works out regarding your initial sound problem.