I have a NUC D34010WYK connected to a Planar touchscreen using Windows 10. 4 GB RAM, 60 GB SSD. The touchscreen uses the native Windows 10 touch driver.
I have all power saving settings disables in the Windows - 10. On high power, never turn off hard drive, displays, USB hubs, etc.
When I leave the screen for a while and then come back I have to touch and hold the screen for about a second for it to respond. It is displaying fine, just needs this little wakeup touch. Then all touches are immediate. I hooked the touchscreen to another Windows 10 PC to test it and it doesn't do this.
I have the NUC plugged into a power sensing outlet and I hear it click when I first touch the screen after a while. So the NUC is apparently going into some slightly powered down state despite all Windows settings being disabled. Is there something in the bios or elsewhere that I could check for settings? Thanks.
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I checked the bios. There is nothing obvious in there that could be causing this problem. I moved the touchscreen over to a windows 10 PC that I had running on my test bench and it works fine. This is definitely something unique to the NUC.
To restate - I have disabled just about every power saving feature - monitor sleep, hard drive sleep, disabled USB power sleep, etc. Yet the unit continues to have this slight 1-2 second delay when responding after being left for some period of time.
I am assuming that people have used NUCs in kiosk applications with touchscreens so wondering if this is unique to this particular model? I guess I could get another NUC, different model, and try it?