ArielAquino: Thank you very much for joining the Intel® NUC communities.
In order to try to fix the problem, we can try to re-install the chipset and management engine drivers and also run the thunderbolt 3 firmware update :
Just to confirm, the latest BIOS version for the NUC is the 0048:
Any further questions, please let me know.
I've tried what you suggested
1. Updated the BIOS, then restarted the computer
2. Reinstalled the Intel Chipset, then restarted the computer
3. Reinstalled the Management Engine Driver, then rebooted the computer.
4. Ran the Thunderbolt3 firmware update, rebooted the computer.
5. Reinstalled NVIDIA Quadro M6000 driver, rebooted the computer after installation
6. Checked device Manager, still showing error code 35.
I will try another GPU model, this time I will try the Nvidia P5000 to see if this works.
According to NVIDIA ( which I am currently working with them on testing external GPUs) the P5000 work on MSI computer platform running Windows 10 using the same Thunderbolt3 (with B-step Thunderbolt3 card) device that we have. I will try the NVIDIA P5000 to see if works or not using the NUC6i7KYK.
Here's an update:
Per NVIDIA Software Team suggestion, installed NVIDIA 381 driver version (this is for Windows 10 64bit).
I installed the 381 version, and it fixes the problem. The Nvidia Quadro P6000 and M6000 are now working, able to display video output to external monitors via DP port and DVI port.
- It works on Cold boot>> Shutdown computer completely, then start up the computer
- It works on Hot Plug>> Boot the computer with or w/o the Thunderbolt3 device attached, and then connect / reconnect Thunderbolt cable.
- Does not work on warm reboot>> while the NUC6i7KYK computer is ON and the Thunderbolt3 expansion unit is attached, then you reboot or restart the computer>> this fails to initialize the eGPU resulting to error code 43. The workaround is to disconnect and reconnect thunderbolt cable.
ArielAquino: Thank you very much for providing those details.
We will start an investigation on this matter in order to try to find a possible solution. As soon as I get any updates, I will post all the information on this thread.
Any questions, please let me know.
By the way, I am using EB3T-V3 (Thunderbolt3 expansion device).
Here is the product online link of the Thunderbot3 device
Do you have any Thunderbolt3 expansion device that you can use?
Do you have an NVIDIA Quadro P6000 to use for testing?
Here is the link to Nvidia 381 version driver: NVIDIA DRIVERS Quadro Desktop/Quadro Notebook Driver Release 381