I know that this is an older unit, but it has functioned flawlessly, until 2 days ago. The message is WHEA_uncorrectable_error.
It is randomly failing, sometimes it takes hours and sometimes it is a couple of minutes. It is still running an old BIOS version, it was updated at build but not since (028 maybe).
Is this the fatal power delivery issue? Is there any short term workaround?
If this is terminal then I guess I am searching for the newest NUC that will take the 2x8GB RAM that is in this one. I presume an 8i5BEH would fill the bill.
And then I have to work with MS to mover the WIN10 install over.
What are the details of the WHEA_Uncorrectable_Error?
It is sometimes bad memory that is the cause of this issue. Try running with only one SODIMM installed and see if it acts differently. You have two SODIMMs and there are two SODIMM sockets they could be in, which means there are 4 combinations to try.
Hi @EBles ,
Updating Bios was the most important. Now, you should update your Windows (if is not updated yet), to the latest version - Use Windows update.
Next download and install Intel Driver & Support Assistant. It should help to update all the drivers.
Thanks for the input, but no joy. Some combinations run longer, but none are stable.
I guess and 8i5 is in the near future.I have liked the Iris video.
Not the best time to be laying out money.
If you want more help, please download the Intel System Support Utility (SSU). Run the SSU scan and save the results. The .txt file with the results please attach to your post (use "paperclip", below the left bottom corner).