After I setup my Intel NUC it was running for 20 minutes after bootup. Thankfully Intel replaced it. However this one although not as bad as the first NUC still takes sometime to finally stop after bootup.
The question is Why does it run so much and is there a solution.
Previously my Win10 PC never ran as much as the NUC.
It simply booted up and then it was all setup.
The NUC keeps running.
Is there a solution?
Anonymous, I don't understand what the problem is, either.
We expect a PC to keep running, accepting user inputs, acting on commands and displaying/sending outputs to devices as long as power is available, from a battery or an AC source of electricity. We want a PC to stop running only when the user asks it to turn itself off, go into sleep or hibernation, etc., or if the PC is left idle for an extended period.
Please help us understand what the problem is. When it "keeps running", is it unresponsive?
Apologies for coming into this incredibly late. I have a NUC and I believe it may be suffering a similar issue that that originally raised. I will try my best to explain.
Start-up is fine, everything good, however within several seconds, the fan starts and continues to run (unabated) and the SSD light flashes (approx. every 1 to 2 seconds) non-stop. Irrespective if I am simply sitting in front of the computer having lunch (for example) while not touching the keyboard, watching vids, nothing for say half an hour.
Yep, the fan keeps going (I checked and it is 100% free of lint or dust) and the drive light flashes.
Perplexing, and I am assuming not good the NUC.