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Well, it certainly look like something has failed in hardware. Do you see the same thing after unplugging power for a while? Or does this only happen after a soft reboot (i.e. from Windows)?
Before returning the NUC, I would try using a different SODIMM to see whether this is a memory fault (remember that the on-chip graphics uses standard memory for its buffers)...
Hope this helps,
Thanks for the tip, I've tested the RAMs with memtest and they are both fine, but I tried to change them just in case now, but no luck,
it does it after every soft reboot. (I've disabled windows 10 fast boot but that didn't made any change either.)
The issue still exist.
Was the NUC booting before this failure occurred? If yes, I'm not sure that this a hardware failure. Such failure will happen also if the boot sector is corrupted. Try to reboot in SAFE mode. If it will not help, I think that it is worthy to repair windows installation booting from USB stick with windows image on it and choosing "Repair your computer" option.
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Thanks everyone for the help here, Lmre123, can you please answer the following?
-Did you try the Intel® NUC with a different monitor?
-Have you tested it with another cable?
-Does it look like this in the BIOS?
-Can you try any other video output?
If the answers are not, I recommend you to test it; also please try a BIOS update v0051.
Please let me know the outcome.