I hate to say it, but the performance of the Intel Driver Update Utility (IDUU) has been less than stellar. I suggest that you go to the downloads page for KY and manually download and install all of the drivers that are applicable to your version of Windows 10 Home (i.e. 32- vs. 64-bit) and that are marked "Latest". Here's a quick link to this page: Downloads for Intel® NUC Kit NUC6i7KYK.
Hope this helps,
What I did was reinstalled Windows 10 64 Will install the updates and let you know how it goes.
PS thanks for your quick reply.
No change. Moving a video file from the desktop to a 3.0 thumb drive has a top speed of about 5mb
From my understanding the usb 3.0 should had worked even before installing the updates from Intel.
The thunderbolt update wouldn't install. Am I right to think you have to have a thunderbolt device hooked up before installing?
I'm beginning to think it might be the Memory I'm using.
Rigjaws DDR4 F4-213315D PC4 1700 16GB x2 1.2V.
Just went to the support list and these are not on it. Could this cause the problem I've been having with the speed?
I first tried to delete the USB 3.0 controller and then all the usb ports restarting after each. No change
I then tried to update the same controller and all the usb ports. No change.
I believe I might have a wonky machine.
Thanks for all your input
Please check for the power settings USB, make sure the "USB selective suspend setting" is disabled. See here for the instructions USB Selective Suspend - Turn On or Off - Windows 7 Help Forums.
I would like you to try the following; open the Task Manager and then move, copy or rename any file that you have, keep an eye on the Processes when doing this, maybe you could trace if something triggers when moving the file. If possible take a screenshot.
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It was such a strange thing. Tried many different option. Then decided I better get a replacement. If the next one comes back and it does the same thing I'll know exactly what the problem is. I think it will be smooth sailing though.
Just couldn't see myself spending any more time with it and coming to the same outcome. (Normally I wouldn't give up so easily but given the amount of money spent I thought I would take the easy way out).
Thank you so much for spending time on the problem. Will update when the next one arrives.
Just received the replacement NUC From Newegg.ca. I'm very happy with the outcome. Can't say enough about the support from Intel and Newegg and in particular this forum.
Thanks everyone for the support.