02-05-2010 10:05 AM - last edited on 12-02-2010 08:43 PM by shivu.h.n
Shut down product, disconnect power then clear CMOS. Reboot and press F10 to get into BIOS, select Advanced Tab, device options, PME Wakeup Events (enabled). Boot again to OS screen then shutdown again and wait for remote wakeup signal.
12-02-2010 08:17 AM
I've got the same problem.
I've tried the solution above but there is no "device option" or "PME Wakeup Events" option that I can see anywhere in the bios. I've updated to the latest bios version (4th May 2010?) but still no joy.
Has anyone got WOL from S5 to work on the 3010?
Should it work from the ethernet port built in to the motherboard or do I need to plug in a PCI one?
Thanks for any help,
05-18-2011 02:46 AM
Hello to all. Here's how I solved the problem. The PC in my case is an HP Pro 3130 MT instead of 3010, so I don't know if the onboard NIC is the same. In my case it's a Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller (as reported by Windows 7 OS). First of all, I enabled the "WOL in S5" option in BIOS settings, but this wasn't sufficient to power on the PC using magic packet. In order to complete the operation, I've enabled the option (in Windows 7) "Shutdown Wake-On-Lan" which is present on NIC properties (Advanced tab). With that setting, now I'm capable to power on the PC using WOL magic packet. Hope this helps.
03-22-2013 05:12 PM - edited 03-22-2013 05:15 PM
I spend 5h to find a solution for my problem . Iwas able to wol when my 3130 was in sleep mode but not if was shut
down i try many settings of my NIC ...finaly i was able to wol from shutdown my settings are :
-in bios -power- wol in s5:enable /
- my realtek NIC driver is: 7.27.920.2010
-in the properties of the NIC driver : shutdown Wake-on-lan:enable
-wake on Magic Packet:enable
-wake on pattern match : disable
-wol & shutdown link speed : 100 first
OS: win 7 64bit
sorry for my poor english