- Jan 4, 2017
- Asus Strix Z370-F
- MSI RX 570 Armor
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Yes this fails 100%.
1/ Start NUC, close and reopen Chrome, check nothing preventing sleep then allow a full sleep (NUC orange) -> Wakes correctly.
2/ Then try a display sleep/wake -> Fails to wake
Observations is that it is trying to wake up, the orange LED on the display turns white, there is some disk activity, but it never succeeds and eventually system locks.
It appears to only wake the display when the system wakes too.
Chrome port hooking was disabled a while ago. It may have been adding to the problem, as this is the first time I have managed to achieve a predictable behaviour patten and a simple work around. Its really not too much of an issue as I now know how to get reliable sleep. I just posted as it would be interesting to know if anyone else has same issue or if it is peculiar to my display.
When this happens, try holding down the power button on the front of the NUC for five seconds (no longer) while tapping on the spacebar. I have to do this on mine most times, but it always works.
Also, if your monitor scans for other sources of input when the computer goes to sleep, then the NUC will probably not come back online because its effectively had its video hot plugged. Try to disable that in the monitor's on screen settings if you think that might be going on.