I understand there is an updated firmware driver for the thunderbolt port:
Also, new drivers are available:
Thanks for the pointers. I wound up updating the Bios and other drivers and the Kinect seems to be running successfully now.
While my issue was resolved I did want to note that both the firmware update and bus driver update for the Thunderbolt controller in the NUC failed with the message that there is not compatible Thunderbolt hardware available in the device which seems incorrect.
Hi, I am trying to achieve the same (connecting a Kinect One to a MUC6i7KYK), but I cannot get the right performance. The Kinect Configuration Verifier tells me that the USB is unsupported and any Kinect application I try gives a problem connecting (I'm a Kinect developer myself). The same Kinect runs fine on another computer. I've updated the BIOS and the drivers to all the latest versions, but I cannot get the Kinect to connect properly.
To confirm: you managed to get the Kinect working using the USB 3.0, not using a connection to the Thunderbolt port, right? I've also tried to connect to Thunderbolt using a adapter, but that didn't work either.
Any pointers where to look further or what to try?
Your help is much appreciated.
Btw: I am using Windows 10 64 bits, latest official version.
@srick: can you help out?