In this case besides trying to do a HDMI 2.0 Firmware Update Tool we can first try a BIOS update to the latest version of the NUC.
F7 method to do a BIOS update:
And this is the .BIO file you need to do it:
Remember that if you use adapters or converters that the HDMI 2.0 Firmware Update Tool might not work properly, did you try to connect the monitor directly to the NUC and try the firmware update?
If you use the NUC without the Club3D does it get freeze as well?
On the following link you will find the drivers for the graphics card:
Also, when you use a graphics card the onboard graphics get disable, but here you have the latest graphics driver for the NUC that you can always try to install:
Any questions, please let me know.
Just making sure; you are connecting using the HDMI connector on the back of the KY NUC, right? You aren't talking about a HDMI adapter/cable plugged into the USB 3.1 port, right? The firmware update is for the DP-to-HDMI IC and it only works if using the HDMI port and have a HDMI 2.0 compliant display connected.
Hope this helps,
Thank you for taking the time. It seems that the reason for this problem was the fact that I was using Remote Desktop. Apparently, this prevented execution of the software on both, my actual Desktop and the Remote one.
However, even after updating my problems with the continuous freezes kept going. However, that's another issue and I am just right now setting up a new instance of Windows. Let's see whether this helps.
The issue with the freezes has not been resolved yet but I have started a new thread to cope with it. I am currently receiving help from Ivan. Hope it will owrk out. Setting up a new instance of Windows did not resolve the issue, unfortunately.
Thank you very much for letting us know those details.
Perfect, Ivan will be able to further assist you with the NUC’s freezing problem in order to try to fix it.
Any other question, please let me know.