What driver packages have you downloaded and installed from Intel's Download Center? Don't trust Intel's Driver Update Utility (it's a complete POS) and especially don't trust Windows 10 to give you the right drivers. The download page for your NUC is here: Downloads for Intel® NUC Kit NUC6i5SYH. Download and manually install all of the latest packages that are for your version of Windows 10.
1. I'm assuming from your post that you are using Logitech wireless keyboard and mouse. Looks that they are not recognized in the Windows. As a starting point set your bios to default setting:
- press F2 during boot to enter bios settings
- press F9 to set bios to default settings
- press F10 to save the settings and to exit to Windows.
2. Download Logitech Unifying Software and install it: Unifying Software - Logitech Support
3. Run the Logitech Unifying Software from Windows start menu.
5. Press next.
6. Follow the on screen instruction (switch the on-off switch on your mouse first to OFF than to ON) to pair your mouse to the receiver.
7. Once your mouse is detected you will see confirmation notice - select Yes and than Next to continue.
8. Select Pair Another Device and repeat para. 6 for your keyboard.
9. Once your keyboard is detected, select Next and than Finish.
I have the same problem with my nuc6i7
And I've tried to update drivers with Intel Driver Utility, but it doesn't work.
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The problem is magically solved after windows 10 creators update
It seems that it's a bug of windows 10
So never mind.
It wasn't a bug in Windows. It was something corrupted in your Windows. The upgrade, installed completely new installation and your Windows was fixed.