I recently serviced an Intel NUC for a client that was running very poorly. Lagging and hanging a lot. Windows would be “Not responding” frequently. I assumed it was a OS issue and did a complete reformat and clean install. Now 3 days later he is experiencing the exact same issue and I’m trying to determine what piece of hardware could be responsible? I’m not overly familiar with NUCs so I’m looking for some basic wisdom from the community. The fresh reformat is 3 days old. Windows 10 and the NUC is an i3 with 4g of ram and a 500 GB ssd, roughly 3-4 years old. I don’t have the model number at the moment sorry. The issue is simply choppy lagging of windows. In chrome, in outlook, in everything. It’s like every action is too much and it needs to catch up. Is this likely an SSD issue or ram? Both of which won’t be hard to replace of course. I’d love anyone’s input into why this is occurring following a clean install.
Hello @MSolo6 ,