If I’m not wrong it looks like you got the WHEA at LINUX…
MCE stands for 'Machine Check Exception' (as you also can read at the screen-shoot) and should be the equivalent to the Microsoft WHEA…
Nice (not nice for you, I know !!!) to see this log, because for me it looks like a CPU error and nobody knows at the moment what the WHEA’s at W10 means…
Not nice for me - I had all my development containers on there :-(
The boot screen displays "System in Manufacturing Mode"
I have saved BIOS defaults and power cycled (with extended time between off and on) - didn't change anything (including the "system in manufacturing mode" message)
Good to know that I'm in miserable company :-)
"Good to know that I'm in miserable company"
No, I think your misery is shared with pretty much anyone who bought a NUC.
Golden Rule: Don't buy Intel.
RMA it, the new one will be fixed.
I'm having the exact same issue. This is the second nuc that I've had that has worked fine for a while, and then suddenly won't boot and I'm getting Machine Check Exceptions. Hellen, could you send me the same information about the process? Thanks!
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