Explain better the situation you are in (what it is and isn't doing) and what you mean by 'reset'. There is no 'reset jumper', per se. There is a jumper for BIOS Recovery (etc.), that's it.
You are correct, JUMPER BIOS recovery ! I can not start BIOS menu. Looks like NUC try to find something in all connected devices via USB and in SSD disk drive (very hot) and restart ourselves again and again, cyclicality is confirmed by LED (off->on->flashing->off...)
It may be having problems with your USB flash disk. On a Windows-based PC, Use the Windows Format dialog to reformat this disk, using the FAT32 file system, with the Quick Format option disabled. Note the following:
- Do not do this on a Linux- or MacOS-based PC. These environments simply cannot do the reformatting that we need.
- If the FAT32 option is not available, get a smaller flash disk; it *must* be FAT32.
- It is most important that the Quick Format option be disabled. We need the sector formatting to be re-written (it can be screwed up by the Linux-based bulk formatting machines used by the flash disk manufacturers).
- Sorry for how long this reformatting can take with USB 2.0-based flash drives. At least you only need to do it once. ;^)
Hope this helps,
Out of necessity, we have been recommending this reformatting ever since. We also know that the larger drives that can no longer use FAT32 can be problematic as well (hence my recommendation to stick with smaller flash drives).
Why I say unclear is because I do not know if this issue exists in the new Aptio5 BIOS Core that is being used on the 10th and 11th gen NUCs (I certainly haven't done any exhaustive testing).