Using your restore key

Using your restore key

If you purchased a Restore key from Simply NUC, below is how to utilize it. 
Please keep in mind that this will erase all the data on the device. 
  1. Power down the device
  2. Plug in the USB Restore key
  3. Power on the device and continuously press F10
    1. This will put you in the menu to select a bootable device
  4. Select the UEIF:USB storage device ( the name my be slightly different but it will be UEFI:USB)
  5. It will boot into Colnezilla, Select the first option
  6. It will take a few seconds to load all the information but will ask you where you want to put the new image
  7. Select the desired drive
  8. It will take 10-15 minutes to install the new OS
  9. Once it is finish select the Reboot option
You should now have a freshly imaged device.

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