Thank you for contacting the Intel community.
You can wake up the NUC automatically, When the Date and Time is set in the BIOS, the computer will automatically wake from an S5 state.
You can follow the steps here:
If you set up the options and the problem still persists, you will need to disable fast start up from Windows in order to turn on the unit automatically. Please see the picture below:
I hope this can help.
Thanks Ivan, But same failed/can't automatic power on with schedule?
I'm assuming that you have verified that the date and time are correctly set in your bios (Advanced - Main). For your information setting "1" as a Wakeup Date means that your NUC shall be waken once in month on the 1-st day in month. You need select "0" for daily wakeup.
And yes, this function works with fast startup turned on (in windows settings).
Hope this helps
Thanks Ivan, i has updae bios but same failed, i has ask with technical support intel nuc distributor in indonesia answer same with me, cannot using automatic power on with schedule IN NUC5CPYH.
I set up this unit in our lab and I was able to automatic power on this Intel® NUC, remember that the time you need to use is the one set in your BIOS.
while now i use schedule in electrical.
Ivan can give me a picture/image of a successful configuration in bios, Thanks.
In you original post you wrote :
"i configure in bios in here
s5 i check box
According to the above setting your NUC shall power ON every day at 7 A.M.
However in post #3 (on the attached image) there are other settings:
s5 i check box
With this setting, your NUC will power ON only once at month on the moth first day at 8:40 A.M. So, if you want to wake you system every day, set date to 0(zero) instead of 1.
All this will work if your RTC clock is working (i.e. the CMOS battery is O.K.) and the time and date in bios are set.
Hello. Is there an automatic power on after a power failure?
Yes, there is bios setting to automatically reboot NUC after power failure. But you didn't answer if the scheduled automatic boot works for you as was instructed in my post above?
automatic timed bootstrapping is no big deal for me. all I want is pc to turn on automatically when there is no power at home and when the power is back on. in the meantime i apologize, i am confused topic.