But older HDMI cables can also cause this...
Yes, I agree that old HDMI cable can cause such problem, except that in this case, Peter says that he had tried different HDMI cable, DP port and other monitors. From the above, I assume that this is incompatible memory or more probable a NUC hardware failure (like in many other cases).
many thank´s for your support. It seems to be the same problem as described in the other blog. I installed
2x 8GB RAM DDR4 2133 Mhz Samsung SO DIMM PC4-17000
So it is the correct speed and the Samsung modules are almost identical to the tested ones that are listed by intel to be compatibel.
I can´t believe that intel builded such a maschine that even does not work with high quality samsung modules.
Anyway: I´m going to by another module and lets see if it works.
Thanks for your support. I´m going to post an update after the next test.
1. Please don't hurry to buy an other memory. In this forum, there are also similar cases that it was NUC hardware failure. I suspect that the post production test in Intel are not complete.
2. Try to see what is happened is you power up this NUC without installed memory and that only with one memory card installed.
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However, the LED light that you mention is not showing that there is any issue with the RAM, when there is any problem with the ram; you usually see three LED blinks
Perhaps you can try the following:
Try removing and reinstalling the memory modules to make sure they are fully seated in the sockets.
If you've installed two memory modules, try removing one of them.
If you've installed one memory module in an Intel NUC that has two memory slots, try moving it to the other memory slot.
Please bear in mind that if you plan to install two SO-DIMM memory modules in an Intel® NUC, we recommend you purchase them as a matched pair.
When memory modules are purchased separately, the DRAM chips and SPD timing on the memory can be different, even if the model and part numbers are the same. These differences can cause the computer not to start with both modules installed.
If the problem persists, remember that you have three years warranty and you can submit a warranty replacement for the unit at the following link or call the phone number 1-916-377-7000.