The NUC has operated fine with a 3' cable. When a 20' cable is used, the desktop is displayed multiple times horizontally on the monitor. This condition remains when going back to the 3' cable and the Win 10 installation has to be redone. Intel tech says the problem is the cable. Does it make sense that using a given cable can radically and permanently change the Windows installation?
That is certainly agreeable. However, as I pointed out earlier, I was forced to put the Intel nuc aside and use my HP nuc to keep my project moving, I will, as I've said, give you the information that you asked for when I can get back to the Intel nuc.
Here is the information requested. There was no opportunity to send the SSU results in the way you suggested. The submission method involved first requesting tech support. I have the results in a text file.
NUC Model NUC8i7HNK
OS Name Microsoft Windows 10 Pro
Version 10.0.17134 Build 17134
BIOS Version/Date Intel Corp. HNKBLi70.86A.0037.2018.0423.0910, 4/23/2018
Intel HD Graphics 630
Microsoft Basic Display Adapter
Cable 18' High Speed HDMI with internet Type CL3 (tried with and without inline amp)
The NUC is used in my home theater as a music player