I already got my Logitech headset synced with the NUC through BlueTooth. Just follow the instruction of the headset.
Regarding the issue with the monitor not turning on upon wake, please let me know the following:
Which video output are you using and if you have tried both the HDMI and the mini-DP.
Are you using a adapter for the Video for example from HDMI to DVI?
Regarding the internal USB, you can only access this by opening the case and connecting a header, there are no spaces or holes to use this with the NUC kit. This option is mostly for developers that would use a custom chassis.
The NUC is connected to the Vizio monitor by HDMI. No mini-DP or adapter is used.
This should happen Automatically, I would suggest trying another good quality HDMI cable and to install the latest driver that Intel released.
You can find the information for the driver in the following thread: https://communities.intel.com/thread/75690
If possible, test another monitor to see if the same thing happens.
Thanks for your help, but neither of your suggestion helps.
I updated the driver from the page you provided, but it did not help. Bought 2 other HDMI cables and neither of them makes any difference. All 3 cables that I have wake up this monitor from my old PC. I wonder, if the NUC can turn my monitor off with the cables, then there is no thing wrong with them. Anyway, do you have a recommendation for the cable that is "good quality" so I can try?
I would assume that there may be some kind of setting on the monitor that you can change; if the NUC wakes up the other monitor it should be working for this one as well. Please give me the model of the Vizio* monitor, Maybe I can find something regarding this issue.
Here is a list of all the tested peripherals:
Thank you for your effort in helping me with this issue.
Here is the info on the monitor:
120V~ 60Hz 0.52A
Today I got an ASUS monitor, VE228H, and the NUC woke it up after it made the monitor go to sleep. I could try only 2 HDMI cables, and both of them worked. The third cable was returned already. The old PC woke up both monitors with both of the cables.
I ran into another thread that discusses the sleep/wakeup problem with NUK5i5RYH here: NUC NUC5i5RYH HDMI Sleep Issue. Look like this problem happened after installing some newer Drivers. According to their indication, the older drivers (4080 and 4170) do not have the problem. However, when I installed those drivers, my problem is still there.
One good thing about those drivers (4080 and 4170) was that it fixed the problem of not being able to run Youtube with Chrome. After I followed your suggestion to install the newer driver, whenever I click on any Youtube icon, my NUC sounded like the fan was running extremely fast, a white circle moved around on the black screen, and the time stayed at 0 forever. The PC was locked up, and the only way to get out was using Task Manager to close Chrome. When I ran the same things with IE, Youtube ran fine.
For now, I am staying at 4080 to be able to run Youtube. The Intel tech answering at the NUC5i5RYH thread is Kevin.
Driver version 4222 was designed to fix some bugs with version 4170 and it is for Intel HD graphics in general, however 4080 was designed for use with this NUC products, but you should use the driver that works best for you.
Regarding the wake up issue, Both your case and the cases reported for the NUC5I5RYH were sent to the engineers for testing, since we tested with the smart TV’s that we have and they are able to wake with no problems at all, so now we need to see what engineering is able to find.