My tests involved a stick of flash memory. When the monitor's hub was plugged into the NUC, the flash drive neither lit up nor did Windows recognize that anything was plugged in. When I connected the monitor's hub to my other computer using the same cable, the flash drive lit up and was recognized by Windows. When the flash drive is plugged directly into the NUC in any of the 4 USB ports, it lights up and is recognized by Windows.
I did return the monitor for a replacement, but the replacement monitor experiences exactly the same issues. It seems clear that there is some sort of incompatibility caused by either the monitor or the NUC.
Note that the Samsung S32D850T monitor has 2 of 4 powered USB ports if you turn this on in the monitor (by default extra power is turned off). I tried it both ways with no success. USB ports 3 & 4 are never powered and I used #3 for testing.
Thank you for the explanation.
Based on your description, I have ran some tests with an Intel® NUC Kit NUC6i5SYK Specifications, http://www8.hp.com/au/en/products/monitors/product-detail.html?oid=7128557 and Dell 23 Monitor – P2314H Professional | Dell. Both hooked with this cable http://www.amazon.com/Cable-Matters-Pack-SuperSpeed-Black/dp/B00CJD4SYA/ref=sr_1_32?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1464633856&sr=1-32&… and they are working fine.
Could you please let me know the computer model that is working with the monitor?
What type of cable are you using for the connection?