I'm using an Aten USB to RS232 adapter to control a device. It behaves erroneously on a NUC but behaves correctly on similar (3.0) connection on on a Compute Stick. The adapter is designed for USB 2.0.
"Backward compatibility" seems doesn't work on NUC?
You are talking about this one, correct?
It looks to me like the lid has a chipset that connects to the internal usb port of the nuc.
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Now, the disclaimer - I do not know that this will solve your problem. However, it does look very promising.
If you do try and test this lid, please report back the results. It could help others that need similar solutions.
Just to show how do those antennas looks, I prepared photo taken on NUC7i7DNHE (in your NUC it should be similiar). The antennas may be seen after removing the black upper plastic cover. See the attached image.
Leon, thank you very much for the attached and very instructive image! I could hardly belive that these two pieces are real antenas for their shapes don't resemble to what is usually seen outside.
I'm also grateful to the community which teaches me so many useful facts!
Thanks to all!
I must have overlooked in the OS (w10 Home) that WiFi is operational unless Leon is right that a proper driver must be installed (What I haven't done for sure (yet)!). So it looks that all my problems are solved and if everything goes well the efforts are minimal.
Thanks to all contributors!
If you aren't using the Intel Driver and Support Assistant (IDSA) to keep your driver up to date, you can download the latest driver packages here:
It is recommended to install/update Bluetooth before Wireless.
Hope this helps,