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Thread: Z97 Extreme3 Wake on Lan WOL

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    quiquos is offline Junior Member
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    Default Z97 Extreme3 Wake on Lan WOL

    Hi,

    I need help to get this board WOL to work.
    I have made almost everything and no way to wake on lan.
    I have tested wake on lan on bios, wake on pci device, I have configured the network card to allow wake on lan magic packet, I have also desactivated fast start up...

    If I shut down the computer, I have about 3-4 minutes where I can use WOL atfter that I get red and Orange light on network car and WO doesn't work anymore.

    I have my router well configured with UDP port 169 to WOL.
    When machine is on Windows I can test the magic package being received.

    Any tips to put it to work, I dont know what else can do to work?

    (I had a ASUS before and allways worked)

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    Default Re: Z97 Extreme3 Wake on Lan WOL

    If you are using Windows 8 or 8.1, which I think you do, you already know the Intel LAN driver has problems with WOL, since you mentioned disabling Windows 8 Fast Startup.

    Did you try the latest Intel network driver? I don't know if it will fix your problem, but worth a try:

    https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Det...?DwnldID=21642

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    Default Re: Z97 Extreme3 Wake on Lan WOL

    ok ill test it ty

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    Default Re: Z97 Extreme3 Wake on Lan WOL

    I can say the same about Z87 E6- its like you can start it from S5 (Power off- a.k.a after normal shutdown) for few minutes after the shutdown. After you unplug the PC from the power or wait some time, then you cant boot it. I have Wake on LAN1 enabled in BIOS, as well as checked the box in "wake from power-off S5 state" in both adapters. I have the newest Intel drivers, running on windows 7.

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