The CMOS is memory that is powered by a battery that holds all of the BIOS settings and real-time clock value.
Clearing the CMOS might resolve BIOS corruption issues that can prevent an Intel® NUC from starting, but it also causes any customized settings in the BIOS Setup to be lost.
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If clearing the CMOS doesn't resolve the no-boot issue, try the following:
|Troubleshooting BIOS Issues on Intel® NUC|