Everytime I switch off power supply to the my new Intel NUC Hades NUC8i7HNK, it is not possible to power it on without resetting CMOS (by unplugging it for a while). I have updated BIOS successfully but it did not help with this issue.
Is there any setting in BIOS or something that could be done to fix it? I wonder if there is something that drains battery so much or this is just unfixed bug? Pls help.
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I received unit on Friday last week (so I only have it for 3 days), yes, behaviour started from the first time I booted it up.
Today I contacted reseller and they decided to take it back and replace it with another unit.
I hope this will solve it, and situation will not happen again. Anyway, I will let you know as soon I have next unit tested - this may take up to two weeks.
thanks for quick reply, I will come back to you with further info.