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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.
I’m glad to hear that your issue has been resolved and thank you for letting us know about it.