Derrick, thank you for your response.
I went ahead and tested the BIOS version 0042 in the same Intel® Compute Stick model you have, the whole process was smooth and the none of the issues reported happened during my test. I jumped from BIOS 0030 to BIOS 0042, and everything works fine. Is there any chance for you to try the version one more time? This time I have some suggestions you can find below.
Let me know it goes.
Being this is Christmas eve, 2018, I have been trying to ask something of the same ilk.
It seems that my stjk1aw32sc became unstable after adding the video upgrade module.
It booted fine with the module for several times then froze the boot screen and then went into bluescreen recovery. I did not have anything on a disk to aid in the recovery (Win 10). I rebooted and the boot screen came up with the choices but would not respond to the f key choices. I then downloaded the recovery bios and went through holding down the on/off switch for three seconds and let the stick boot into the power button screen, but the screen would not answer the f buttons except the esc button. cannot add or detract from or to this poor player. Any thoughts from the Intel gurus? or I am left with a poor Christmas?
Since I cannot delete the above as I wrote it, the system is acting up (Intel's Forum) I confess that I had forgot to hold down the FN key while trying to enter the BIOS, but hey I am 80 years old and am allowed to forget once in a while. I still have not got the stick to enter Windows as of yet as soon as the BIOS executes, it goes to a blank page, but it does have something, it is just not visible so I have to fault the video module I loaded (Intel Display Optimizer)