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Try installing the beta driver; you can download it at the following link:
Have you try with high quality cables?
Are you using cables HDMI 1.4 straight connection? I would recommend using straight connection from mini HDMI to HDMI TV/monitor or displayport from the NUC to a displayport TV/Monitor with high quality cables.
Also you can try updating the BIOS; you can download the latest BIOS version for this unit at the following link:
I hope this can help you.
Thanks for the information, but I'm afraid it did not work. Fortunately, in further troubleshooting, I was able to figure it out.
For some reason, the Intel graphics drivers (all of them) were attempting to display (by default) at 3840 x 2160 at 29Hz. The TV does not support this refresh rate. When I had the second monitor connected, I was manually setting the refresh rate to 30Hz, which worked. When I unplugged the second monitor, the video profile switched back to 29Hz.
I resolved the problem by leaving the second monitor disconnected and editing the following with remote registry:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\GraphicsDrivers\Configuration\The Name of the Single Display Profile for the Samsung TV\00\00
PixelRate: Change from: 296703296 to: 297000000
VSyncFreq.Numerator: Change from: 296703296 to: 297000000
After making those two changes and rebooting, the NUC displayed on the TV.