(2014-01-22 21:28)snatch22 Wrote:(2014-01-22 18:57)rogerthis Wrote:(2014-01-22 17:14)snatch22 Wrote: Thanks for your continued assistance, but no dice. Says unsupported. Intel also doesn't seem to be of much help... this is my thread on the forums there: https://communities.intel.com/message/220509 Not sure if I should pursue a refund or wait it out and hope they fix it..
Have you tried out openelec?
I have very little experience with linux in general and before I installed the SSD I attempted to get openelec running on a USB stick, but I couldn't get it to boot from the live stick according to the directions on the openelec wiki.. I *think* it has something to do with the uefi bios but this system is for someone else so I wanted to get windows on and I didn't try too hard. I suppose I could look into it more..
I too have issues with usb boot with Openelec on my DN2820FYK.
I am also having issues with the Intel visual bios. The hotel TV that I am using does not support 1024x768 over hdmi so I am LOCKED out of the visual BIOS. Intel doesn't support txt bios anymore.
I am very unhappy that my DN2820FYK doesn't have Windows 7 drivers.
The Intel forums are not responding to my questions about the 24hz bug either.
I would recommend not purchasing the DN2820FYK or any Intel NUC with the prices they charge. Intel should stick to selling over-priced components.