When I first got my NUVi7RYH, I had a similar problem.
I reset the CMOS pins to clear previous settings, then rebooted computer. NUC started fine.
Hope it's as simple as that for you too.
Thank you for the response. I assume clearing the CMOS is when you move or take off the jumper? if so i did try this but the system would still giving me a memory error no matter where the jumper plug was.
I suggest you to do a test using 1 memory stick of DDR3L 1333/1600 1.35V, unplug the SSD and HDD. Try to update the BIOS to version 0249.
Download the .BIO file RY0249.BIO and paste it to the root of the USB2.0 thumb drive. Plug it to the NUC, power on the NUC and keep tapping F7, system will display the option to update the BIOS. It is possible to use the recovery option too.
BIOS Update Instructions for Boards and Kits