This download record provides options for updating the Intel® Aptio* V UEFI Firmware of the Intel® NUC X15 Laptop Kits - LAPKC71F, LAPKC71E, LAPKC51E.
- Windows 11 Family*, Windows 10, 64-bit*
- Size: 12.9 MB
- SHA1: 3A004F5128070F3230FF618D9DE3CB5B3342AEDB
- OS Independent
- Size: 35.1 MB
- SHA1: BFD157F100D7B4D070AE46D9F7442B2C47B8AF13
- OS Independent
- Size: 12.3 MB
- SHA1: 7A33ECE18C70029CD2C6504EDAB17FA6EA9211E2
This download record provides options for updating the BIOS of Intel® NUC X15 Laptop Kits - LAPKC71F, LAPKC71E, LAPKC51E.
Which file to choose?
- Express BIOS update [KCTGL357.0042.EBU.exe] - Self-extracting Windows*-based update file, designed to be used on Windows systems.
- F7 BIOS update [KC0042.CAP] - .CAP file to be used for F7 BIOS Update method. It requires a USB flash device.
- BIOS Recovery [KCTGL357.0042.RECOVERY.zip] - In the unlikely event that a BIOS update is interrupted, it's possible the BIOS may be left in an unusable state. Use the recovery BIOS update to recover from this condition. It requires a USB flash device. Follow the recovery instructions in the Readme file.
- The Intel® Aptio* V Integrator Tools are designed to assist integrators (who usually work in manufacturing or enterprise environment) with the process of BIOS/SMBIOS customization, OEM Windows* product key injection (OEM Activation 3.0, OA3), changing the Logo, and so on of Intel® NUC AptioV based products.
- The readme file includes BIOS update instructions for advanced users. You can also find detailed step-by-step instructions on how to use each of these BIOS update methods.
- See the release notes for installation instructions, supported hardware, what's new, bug fixes, and known issues in this BIOS version.
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