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I’m sorry about the issue you have.
- I will appreciate if you could post the RAM part number (G-Skill usually the part number with F3-), hard drive model.
- Tried different RAM, hard drive and cable if it is possible
- Start the system without the hard drive
- If the display has multiple video inputs, make sure you've selected the correct source (usually selectable via an input option on the display's remote control device).
- Try removing the jumper that is located on the NUC motherboard, then put it back in and restart the system (do not remove the jumper when the system is on).
- Do you feel the NUC overheating or it feels normal?
- If any of the overheating symptoms appear, check the following:
- The Intel NUC is set on a hard surface.
- The ventilation holes in the back and bottom of the chassis aren't blocked.
- The Intel NUC is set vertically on its left or right side (for better airflow to the bottom ventilation holes).
- If nothing works, try to do a bios recovery, you can follow the steps here:
- You can download the latest bios version at the following link:
Download the BIO file.
I hope this can help you.