I have the same problem. I just bought one NUC5I7RYH, and updated BIOS to 249.
Then it shows black screen after cold reboot, and I have to use pwr button to force turning off the system a couple of times and then it can finally boot.
is this something wrong with the NUC? or something wrong with the BIOS?
can anyone help on this problem?
If you get 3 blinks when you power on, then this is indicating no memory or not detecting memory. So try 1 memory stick at a time if you have more than 1 or change the memory stick. You can you give me the memory brand and model as well.
No, I do not get those three blinks.
Memory is two modules of 8GB, Kingston DDR3L HyperX Impact Black Series SO-DIMM Kit 1600MHz CL9, SSD is Intel 530 M.2 MLC 120GB, and HDD is WD 1TB.
I tried one module only, only SSD or only HDD, even no SSD/HDD. Only time when I can get trhee blinks is when I pull out both memory modules.
Can not get anything on screen.
Thx in advance.
I don't have the blinking either.
when it boots, it just stay black. needs 1 or 2 times of holding power button to force it off and reboot, then it can start correctly.
the issue happens when cold boot. Restart directly from Windows is fine. Power-off first then boot is triggering the issue.
- memory: Corsair Vengeance Performance 16GB (2x8GB) DDR3L 1600MHz PC3 12800
- SSD: Kingston Digital HyperX Predator 480 GB PCIe Gen2 x4 M.2 Solid State Drive 3.5-Inch SHPM2280P2/480G
- BIOS: 0249
is there any known issue with the latest BIOS?
As I started the topic, let me finish it.
Problem with my NUC was - HDMI cable. When I today changed to miniDP - all hell broke lose - everything is working.
HDMI cable I was using is OK, it is not bad at all. Why I can not get the video out of it, when I used to get it, it is mistery for me.