Kay so I managed to re-figure out the Power Button Menu (had a fast-boot issue a while back, didn't really think it'd disable RAID wtf) and updated the BIOS from 33 to 37.
No BIOS settings changed afterwards, everything seems fine. Plus the BIOS was showing over both HDMI and USB-c(TB/DP), which was different.
Yet its still not booting.
Please, someone help.
I need this machine running ASAP.
And now somehow Its fixed...
Reset defaults (shoulda did that before whoops), set back to RAID and booted perfectly.
Now to change everything back to MAX POWAH because it runs a little too warm for my liking. Gotta speed dem fans up.
10minslater - Well that didn't work. Lets take it back and go up slowly.
anhourlater - Working. Had to keep Video memory low, below 1024MB(?) and keep the cooling set to balanced. Putting to High Performance for some reason locks the computer up.
Will be tinkering when I get home.
BUT IS WORKING.
Could anyone tell me what exactly was happening?
To better understanding,
- Could you please explain to me the main issue?
- Are you using another power supply with the Skull Canyon?
- Is your Intel® NUC working as it should?
- When you changed the BIOS version form 33 to 37, were you installing one by one?
I was checking this thread and I would like to know if there is any update regarding the information requested previously.