Thanks for getting in touch.
I have a Logitech Craft wireless keyboard and a MX Master wireless mouse, both connected via a single Logitech Unifying received.
I am already able to wake up the NUC from sleep (power button blinking). I would like to be able to turn it on from off state (I think it's called also cold boot, or "wake from S5" or some other number) the same way, just with a key stroke or a movement of the mouse.
I think it should be possible...
Thank you for the information.
The options to wake up the Intel® NUC are available on the Intel® NUC Kit NUC8i7HN Technical Product Specification page 31 section 220.127.116.11 (please refer to the link shared previously).
The cold boot (also called a "hard boot") means to start up a computer that is turned off and is not supported using a USB device.
Hope this helps.
Intel Customer Support Technician
Under Contract to Intel Corporation
Thank you Leonardo!
I finally was able to turn on my pc with a keystroke!
I just realized, however, that my USB powered lamp stays on while NUC is powered off (before it used to turn off with the PC, and this came very handy)… hmm, I did not think of that before!
So, now the problem is: Is there a way to "turn off" a USB when the PC is turned off, and have powered only the USB used by the wireless receiver? I am sure there is a way for this, but I guess it is going to take a lot of work...
Thanks again Leonardo!
the picture is my BIOS at present.
I just enabled "USB S4/S5 Power" which in turn showed the option "Wake on USB from S5" (that disappears if I disable the "USB S4/S5 Power" option).
Since it did not work as intended, I went to check "fast startup" in Windows… disabling it did the trick.
The USB receiver is on the front panel, the blue USB port next to the yellow USB port… but I could put it wherever if necessary...
I would like to verify that I can also start my NUC8i7HVK when it is powered off with either a keystroke or moving the mouse. It's a Logitech MK360 ( k360 keyboard with M185) combo. I have usb devices all plugged in the back,none in the front.
sorry for the delay in answering your question. Yes I can confirm that using npizz solution works for me. enabled "USB S4/S5 Power" which in turn showed the option "Wake on USB from S5" which I also checked. Logitech USB unify dongle in front type-a usb port.