i've bought 2 intel 34010 with Kingston SSD 120GB (sv300 tested for compatibilty) and crucial 4GB Ram Sodimm 1.35V 1600. The ram module is not tested for compatibility, but i've used it in 7 previous 2820 Nuc without any kind of problem. Now, in 34010 i've installed the latest Bios (35), Windows 7 PRO 32 bit and latest drivers, but occasionally i've problems on boot: it stops on boot of windows (the light of the hard drive activity remains fixed on). It happens, occasionally, on both the NUC34010 and, rebooting the system, it restart to work fine. Can be a memory problem? What kind of test can i do?
thanks for the answers
Hello Strummer62, thanks for joining the NUC Community
Before replacing the units I think it will be necessary to test at least one of the memory listed on the compatibility list tested peripherals.
You can also try the troubleshooting provided on this link. Intel® NUC — Troubleshooting No Boot Issues
In addition you may want to check this other thread Re: NUC D54250WYKH not booting (Memory Socket problem?)