I have a 7@I7 nuc,that will not go to sleep. I do not know if this is caused by Microsoft upgrades or Intel driver upgrades. I have tried the various fault finding procedures, on Google searches, but I cannot find anything wrong.
We received your inquiry and I understand that your NUC is not going into sleep mode. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may be causing. We will be more than happy looking for a solution.
Based on the information provided:
Wake from s3 via CIR
Wake from s4 and s5 via CIR
You can find the pictures attached to the information in bios settings and OS settings
Hi Leonardo, all of my NUC drivers and bios are up to date. I check them several times a week. The s3 and s4 switches are at the correct settings. I am running the latest windows 10 64 bit pro upgrades.
The driver version for the graphics is 188.8.131.5277.
Thanks for your response,
In order to collect more details on your situation can you provide the following information?
This information will help us to replicate your situation
Hi Leonardo, Nuc does go into hibernation.
Will include pictures of power settings, if you need more just let me know.
My working life was in electronics and computers a long time ago, my software knowledge is fairly basic, so please bear with me.
I am trying to master win 10.
The way that I have done this appears to be pretty messy. Is there a better way.
Why are you asking about WiFi solutions? Your NUC has a WiFi (with BT) solution built in -- a very good one, I might add.
Thank you for the information provided,
As mentioned above the NUC has wifi.
Regarding the sleep mode are going to work in the case replicating the situation you are having, can you provide the version of BIOS you have installed on the NUC?
Happy new year to you too.
I was checking your case and would like to know if you need further help. If so, please do not hesitate in replying back.