Thanks for your input. I tried it but it did not work (but anyway.. It was nice with a suggestion).
I will try to search more and try to find the solution to the problem, but fuc. it is irritating that a new device in 2016 on a new operating system is not working proberly. It is not like I have bought a lot of components and put the computer together. It is Intel NUC S. and everything should be working out of the box.
Last time I purchase an Intel computer (I also think the cooler is making more noise than necessary. That is really a downside. But that is another story).
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Hi SorenAgerbo and Ruoh,
ThunderBolt handles data and video, so it works together with the graphics controller. Now, it is expected to get a warning message in device manger if the option is disable in the BIOS, the operating system recognizes the driver but does not recognize the hardware because it is disable in the BIOS.
With NFC we will have the same issue.