I have a STCK1A32WFC and one day I came home to a black screen (usb monitor). Turns out the device had rebooted and was stuck at a screen stating the following message. "A bootable device has not been detected.". I've updated the bios and even tried booting to USB with no luck. Is it RMA time?
My recommendation would be to contact Intel Customer Support for warranty replacement of your Intel® compute stick
No. Since I could not file the RMA online I just gave up and threw it in a box. I really like the device and would love to have it fixed but I'm not interested enough to have to call in for a RMA. I figured I'd try the website after given enough time for someone to hopefully fix it?
Terrible website for trying to get a RMA issued. Really makes me never want to buy any "Intel" product again. I think next time I'll stick with Asus.
Just tried again and nope.
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