Hello Selene, would you like to share the URL of the forum you mentioned?
Thanks, we will take a look into it.
+1...just got my NUC yesterday, updated BIOS to latest...then started getting power issues i.e. wouldn't stay powered off as in it would power down and then a few seconds later power back up. Enabling Deep S4/S5 seems to cure this particular bug.
However I then started with the power button not working, I could only power on via WOL...I reset BIOS to defaults, pulled and BIOS Security jumper as well as setting it to 2-3. I then disabled WOL for S4/S5 for giggles and I then had a brick...couldn't get power on with power button, IR, WOL (as expected)! I ended up pulling the CMOS battery cable for 5 minutes, reconnecting it and as soon as I connected power back in it powered up. Now strangely enough its started to behave as in the power button now consistently turns the unit back on. Obviously I've re-enabled WOL for S4/5 and that works again and if I disable Deep S4/S5 the "turn myself back on bug" reappears.
I'm running with a Crucial 32GB mSATA, Intel confirmed compatible Crucial 4GB RAM stick and an Intel Centrino 6235.
BIOS screen caps with my current "working" settings shown...
I'm playing around with IR now as I use OpenELEC, I have this working in OpenELEC thanks to the guys on the XBMC/OE forums for the Novoton-CIR hack. Can't power on with IR though...guess the Deep S4/S5 is cultrip but I can't turn that off unless I want to leave the NUC on all the time as it won't stay powered off.
BTW, I tried Ubuntu 13.04 as well just to rule out anything in OpenELEC that might be contributing...NUC presented same power issued regardless of OS.
Come on Intel, give us another BIOS update to kick this/these little bugs out!
Any news on this issue?
My NUC 34010WYK2 arrived with a non working power button out of the box (WOL works fine).
So, is it really a BIOS-related problem or is there something wrong with the hardware?
Just an update to say my NUC has been consistent since the fix workaround I posted on the 7th Dec to get the power button working again.
@oZZ I'd be surprised if it wasn't a BIOS issue as they all seem resolvable so can't see it being hardware.
I use settings from Kelvin, and it works as long as I keep my USB keyboard attached.
After unplugging it, the next shutdown is shortly followed by a restart
I got the same problem using openelec (Generic x86_64 3.2.4) on a Intel NUC D34010WYK. Using the same configuration (even same SSD) on a DC53427HYE works perfectly. I want to mount the NUC at the back of the tv but i dont want to attach a keyboard. I used the latest bios of december.
the problem was relative tricky...i received the nuc but the power button did not work; wol and "power on" after "power loose" is working fine,,,i tried flashing the bios but there was the same error. next step, get out the mainboard an look how the power button works;
if you press the power button, you press a button on the mainboard. if i press the button nothing happens, but if i press the button and move it a litte bit left the nuc turns on.
so this is a hardware problem in my case...my nuc is on rma now...i labled the rma with doa (dead on arrival) to push he rma...
just my 2 ct to help some of you
Please let us know if by any chance the issue persists after replacement.
My NUC 34010WYK2 has asimilar problem. I can't power it on with the power button, only with WOL or IR.
The power button is physically working, because I can power the NUC off with it.
I put the latest BIOS (WY0026.BIO) on it.
Has nayone a solution for this kind of problem?
Exactly the same as me, D34010WYKH, BIOS v0026.
However, I have another problem: neither recovery nor reset CMOS jumper setings work.
1) If I remove the jumper (configure mode) 2 options are shown in the screen (the first 2 options out of 4 shown in the manual http://downloadmirror.intel.com/23089/eng/D54250WYB_D34010WYB_TechProdSpec05.pdf). Power button menu does not work.
2) If I put the jumpter in position 2-3, as Sylvia recommends here Re: D3410WYK Power button no longer working, I can't access the BIOS anymore, and there is no F9 message to reset defaults. I don't know where did Sylvia took this image, but it seems it do not correspond to the NUC (position 2-3 for the NUC is not called "Configure mode", but "Lockdown mode").
How CMOS is reset in the NUC without removing the battery? I almost broke my NUC motherboard the last time I removed the battery.
I would like to suggest that if a BIOS settings reset and/or BIOS recovery does not help, please contact your nearest Intel support team for a warranty replacement.
Our engineering team is taking a look into this issue.