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BIOS Version Downgrade Instructions

Downgrading the computer BIOS can break features that are included with later BIOS versions. Intel recommends you only downgrade the BIOS to a previous version for one of these reasons:

  • You recently updated the BIOS and now have problems with the Intel® NUC. Examples: Computer does not boot, features no longer work.

  • You got a replacement Intel® NUC through warranty, that has a newer BIOS than what your company has standardized on.

The steps to downgrade a BIOS to an older version are the same as for upgrading to a newer version. You are prompted to confirm that you really want to downgrade the BIOS. Confirm that you want to downgrade, and continue the update process.

Since Intel® NUC products support the Moteur de gestion Intel® (Intel® ME), BIOS downgrades are not recommended for security reasons. If a BIOS with Intel® ME must be downgraded, and the downgrade affects the Intel® ME version, the BIOS Recovery Update is the only method you can use.

Select your preferred BIOS update method for complete instructions:

This applies to:

Carte Intel® NUC D33217CK
Carte Intel® NUC D33217GKE
Carte Intel® NUC D34010WYB
Carte Intel® NUC D53427RKE
Carte Intel® NUC D54250WYB
Carte Intel® NUC DCP847SKE
Carte Intel® NUC DE3815TYBE
Kit Intel® NUC D34010WYK
Kit Intel® NUC D54250WYK
Kit Intel® NUC DC3217BY
Kit Intel® NUC DC3217IYE
Kit Intel® NUC DC53427HYE
Kit Intel® NUC DCCP847DYE
Kit Intel® NUC DE3815TYKHE
Kit Intel® NUC DN2820FYKH
Solution ID: CS-034525
Last Modified: 11-Nov-2014
Date Created: 02-Sep-2013