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    Question A75M-HVS Wake On Lan not working

    Help...

    I've set PCI power on in UEFI.
    I've tried to wake up either with port 7 or 9
    But I failed in all cases...

    Does somebody have an idea ? Did I miss something?

    Best regards ans happy new year!

    Marc

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    Default Re: A75M-HVS Wake On Lan not working

    Hello and Welcome Marc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cuagn View Post
    Does somebody have an idea ? Did I miss something?


    Probably, and probably.

    Check in; BIOS > Advanced > ACPI Configuration > "PCI Devices Power On" is set to "Enabled'

    Most BIOSs default this to Disabled.</SPAN>

    Some days I just don't read as comprehensibly as I should. Carry on.
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    Smile Re: A75M-HVS Wake On Lan not working

    Between Xmas and New Eve, it's difficult to keep our brain clean, clear... Too much champagne may be!
    Anyway, I just hope that 2013 will be good enough!

    Regards

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    Default Re: A75M-HVS Wake On Lan not working

    My B-Days are sadly measured in decades now, not years. As is my last drink of anything with alcohol. The WAF is responsible for many old habits now under the bridge.

    Are you addressing as IP or MAC ?
    #1 - Please, when seeking help, enter the make and model of ALL parts that your system is comprised of in your Signature, or at least the model #'s in your System Specs, then "Save' it.
    ____If you are overclocking, underclocking, or undervolting any parts, informing us of this and their values would prove beneficial in helping you.

    #2 - G.Skill RAM Configurator for your boardSamsung Memory for your boardLatest AMD Chipset Drivers/WindowsLatest AMD Graphics Drivers/WindowsLatest Intel Drivers

    #3 - Please use the eXtreme Outer Vision Power Supply Calculator found HERE to determine if it might be your PSU at issue.
    ____Consider your PSU to be the foundation from which all else is built upon. Anything built upon a weak foundation is poorly built.

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    Default Re: A75M-HVS Wake On Lan not working

    Dear cuagn,

    A75M-HVS can support WOL function.
    Please refer to below suggestions to try again.
    1. Load BIOS default settings and only adjust "PCI Device Power On" to [Enabled] to try again.
    2. We tested WOL function via "magic_pkt" tool, please kindly try to use the tool and key in MAC ID to try again.
    3. If possible, please change another system to check if WOL function works normally on other system.

    Thanks!
    Have a nice day
    ASRock TSD
    Emily

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    Arrow Re: A75M-HVS Wake On Lan not working

    Quote Originally Posted by ASRock TSD - Emily View Post
    Dear cuagn,

    A75M-HVS can support WOL function.
    Please refer to below suggestions to try again.
    1. Load BIOS default settings and only adjust "PCI Device Power On" to [Enabled] to try again.
    2. We tested WOL function via "magic_pkt" tool, please kindly try to use the tool and key in MAC ID to try again.
    3. If possible, please change another system to check if WOL function works normally on other system.

    Thanks!
    Have a nice day
    ASRock TSD
    Emily
    Tnks I'll try and come back

    Marc

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    Question Re: A75M-HVS Wake On Lan not working

    My configuration (HTPC usage only)

    A75M-HVS P2.00 (Last UEFI version)
    PROCESSOR AMD A6-3500 (2100 MHZ)
    Memory 2 X 4GB (DDR3 1066)

    DISKS :
    - SSD 64GB
    - 2 X 2.000 GB (RAID1)
    - CD/DVD/Blu-ray Read - CD/DVD Write

    Set to UEFI default except for:
    - SATA Mode RAID
    - PCI Device Power On ENABLED


    Full new installation of Windows 8
    All drivers are coming from Windows 8 install

    Two utilities installed :
    - Restart to UEFI ver:1.0.1 (From ASRock W8 drivers & utilities : ASRock > Products > Motherboard > A75M-HVS > Download)
    - SATA RAID Utility ver:3.3.1540.5 (From ASRock W7 drivers & utilities : ASRock > Products > Motherboard > A75M-HVS > Download

    Whatever the WOL used, the system doesn't boot :

    Code:
    C:\Program Files (x86)\Magic Packet>MagicPkt.exe 192.168.1.27 BC:5F:F4:54:72:99
    MagicPKT  (c) Copyright 2001 Marc D'Aloisio All Rights Reserved
    
    MAC sent to: bc:5f:f4:54:72:99
    IP Address sent to: 192.168.1.27
    
    C:\Program Files (x86)\Magic Packet>
    Strange side effect : from time to time, just toutching a key on the keyboard, when the system is off, .... it boots!

    I've also some difficulties with RAID. I'll open another thread.

    Even if WOL not OK is not a big issue (just need to push a button :)), I would like to understand and solve this problem

    Regards

    Marc

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    Default Re: A75M-HVS Wake On Lan not working

    Hello !
    With my A75M I can do WOL from "power save mode" but not from "Standby".
    Is it possible anyhow to start from LAN when the computer is powered off??
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    Ferdi

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    Unhappy Re: A75M-HVS Wake On Lan not working

    I'm still unable to WOL.
    :(

    I can't help you.

    Marc

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    Default Re: A75M-HVS Wake On Lan not working

    cuagn, Your board supports WOL, which must be enabled in the BIOS, although the options needing to be enabled and their names may not be obvious. The PCI Devices Power On is one such option, which you have mentioned. My (different) board also has the Boot From Onboard LAN option, which seems to be a poor way of describing WOL, or it could be a boot from a networked OS option, who knows.

    You did not mention what you are using for your network connection, the onboard Realtek network chip, or something else? You mention using ports seven and nine, but nothing about a network card. Your board only has three PCI slots, so what do you mean by ports seven and nine?

    Your network device, whatever it is (unknown at this time) might need its own driver installed, not just the driver Windows 8 installs. That may be the problem. Have you used the configuration options in your (unknown) network device's properties in Device Manager? Such as setting these options:

    A75M-HVS Wake On Lan not working-nic-config-png

    When the PC is shutdown via Windows, do you see any of the LEDs next to the network cable input on? If they are not on, the network device is not on and active, and cannot react to a WOL Magic Packet.

    Franz, I'm not sure what you mean by "power save mode" but not from "Standby". I consider Standby to be Windows Sleep or Hibernate. When a PC is shutdown by Windows, and is "off", but the power supply switch is still on, WOL can start a PC in that state. Trying to use WOL on a PC that is in the Sleep state may not work.

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