I puchased an intel NUC some time ago, installed Fedora 21 with linux kernel 3.17, runs without a problem. However recently I upgraded to Fedora 22 with kernel version 4.0, the system refuses to boot anymore. After power on, it hangs after displaying the grub menu. At first I don't know what the issue is and decided to reinstall a linux system from start (I tried testing version of debian), same issues occur, suggesting that this is a kernel issue. I wonder if anyone has similar encounters and if so, what's the solution to this.
p.s. I attached one screenshot right before the system hangs.
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