I have a D34010WYK which was working perfectly fine prior to connecting a USB3.0 device to it. Once I did that, the NUC turned itself off and now I'm unable to boot it anymore.
When I press the power button the blue light and CPU fan start but there is not display output, neither can I hear any beep if I connect a headphone to the audio port.
I've tried, to remove the internal battery and leaving it for 1 hour and still no change. I've also tried to update the BIOS but nothing seems to happen when I do that (no display output, no blinking LED, no audio).
Is there anything that I could do to recover the NUC?
Hi Bruce_M, I am sorry for the bad experience.
I would disconnect all peripherals from the Intel® NUC, remove memory as well and observe if you get three blinks/beeps. If you do get them, you can use a single memory stick at a time, and hopefully you will get video or attempt a BIOS recovery.
If you do not get blinks/beeps, the Intel® NUC may have a problem and you may need to contact your nearest Intel support center.