I just tested this on this NUC model and it is working just fine. By disabling the USB S5 Power it is expected the NUC will not wake up from hibernation mode. I also tested the NUC by having the USB S5 Power = Off but configuring the Secondary power options. The ones you need to configure are the Wakeup Date, Wakeup Hour, Wakeup Minute and Wakeup Second.
thank you very much for the fast response!
By disabling the USB S5 Power it is expected the NUC will not wake up from hibernation mode
Can you explain the logic, i.e. why should it function like this? I would expect that the computer wakes up from hibernation regardless of its power settings.
...configuring the Secondary power options. The ones you need to configure are the Wakeup Date,....
Yes, but for daily TV recordings, it is inconvenient to enter the BIOS and manually set the time. The TV recording Software does that, and the computer should be ready to resume.
I said that “By disabling the USB S5 Power it is expected the NUC will not wake up from hibernation mode” because the mouse and keyboard are not working at that point.
If you need to configure this daily for your TV recordings, you can set the Value “0” on wake Up date and it will take that value as every day so it will wake up every day with the minute and second based on the date/time configure at the BIOS.
thanks for your answer. To be more specific:
With USB S5 Power disabled, it is impossible to wake up the NUC by external devices because they are not under power. That's obvious - no need to specially disable wakeup in the BIOS.
However, when I configure Windows' Task Scheduler to "wake up computer and perform action xyz.." this will not work, since the NUC's BIOS blocks wakeup from S4 (hibernation). That's what I think is wrong and should be corrected in future BIOS versions.