All SKUs for Intel® NUC Kit NUC5PGYH include Windows® 10 pre-installed on the onboard 32-GB eMMC. The drive bay supports an internal 2.5-inch hard drive or SSD for extra storage space. The SATA data and power cable that connects the drive to the motherboard and the hard drive screws are missing from one of the SKUs:
|Product Code||MM Number 1||SA Number 2||Parts Information|
|BOXNUC5PGYH0AJR||944435||H86945-xxx||Cable and screws aren't included.|
1 The MM Number shows on the barcode label on the Intel NUC Kit box.
2 The SA Number shows on the barcode label on the bottom of the Intel® NUC chassis cover.
Contact Intel Customer Support if you need this cable.
The SATA cable kit includes a SATA data/power cable, two screws to secure the daughter card, and two screws to secure the hard drive.
This image shows the cable location.
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can damage components.
- Perform the installation steps only at an ESD workstation.
- Use an antistatic wrist strap and a conductive foam pad.
- If an ESD workstation isn't available, you can provide some ESD protection by wearing an antistatic wrist strap. Attach the strap to a metal part of the computer chassis.
Disconnect the computer from its power source and from any telecommunications link or network. Failure to disconnect power, telecommunications links, or network can result in personal injury or equipment damage.
Open the Intel NUC chassis by unscrewing the four corner screws on the bottom cover of the chassis (A), then lifting the cover (B).
Unscrew the four drive bay screws (C), then remove the drive bay from the chassis cover (D).
Set the SATA data and power cable across the drive bay (E) and under the metal clip (F). Secure the SATA daughter card bracket to the drive bay (G) with two of the screws that were included in the cable kit.
Secure the drive bay onto the chassis cover (I) using four screws (H).
Slide a 2.5-inch drive into the drive bay (J), making sure the SATA connectors are fully seated into the connectors of the SATA daughter card. Secure the drive to the drive bay (K) with two of the screws that were included in the cable kit.
Connect the SATA data cable to the SATA connector (L) on the motherboard. Connect the SATA power cable to the power connector (M) on the motherboard. Close the chassis (N).
Secure the chassis cover with the four corner screws (O). We recommend doing this step by hand with a screwdriver to avoid overtightening and possibly damaging the screws. The torque specification for these screws is 3.5–4.5 kgf-cm.