I have a D34010WYK bought in 2015 and I have not updated any driver or bios since it has been working correctly.
I have always been reluctant to update the bios, due to the problems that sometimes appear, and that make the NUC unusable.
It has 4 GB of RAM installed, and I just bought another identical module. The problem is that the computer only recognizes one module. It seems as if the other slot is disconnected. The modules work interchangeably in the slot that works.
The CPU-z program detects both modules, with their totally identical characteristics, but only one slot works.
Any idea how to activate the other slot?
Thanks and regards.
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After several tests and reboots, and changing the position of the modules in the slots, the new module has finally been detected, and both work in dual mode.
Thread can be closed. Thanks for your interest.