It also goes off when ‘S3’ mode is selected in bios. Could you be more specific with what driver settings I should be checking? I might add that it would appear that many others are having the same problem i. In addition, today I’ve just flashed the MB bios and upgraded from ver. How old is the Windows installation? Also check these settings:
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Last year I lost interest in this problem after getting nowhere.
Please login or register. How old is the Windows installation? Are motherboard drivers installed?
Now I’m keen again to try to get WOL working on my computer. Incidently, in both those shut down modes the ‘num lock’ led on the keyboard is still on so I gather the PSU is still supplying 5V to the mainboard.
I’ve bought one of your adored MSI mainboards and it doesn’t do what I want it to do. I’ve re-read this thread and everything I wrote initially is still the case and the problem. I’m leaning to the idea that the problem is a fault with the motherboard or on-board NIC. Home Help Search Login Register.
G311m3 would mean that power is not being supplied to LAN when computer is shut down. When I shut down the target remote computer I can restart within a few minutes using a ‘magic packet’ so I assume all router port forwarding and LAN settings are correct.
The last reply I had was from ‘Cronnin’ suggesting checking bios setting.
It also h31m3 off when ‘S3’ mode is selected in bios. The thing that I still think points to the problem is the fact that the green led on the onboard LAN NIC goes off when the computer is shut down S1 mode.
I might add that it would appear that many others are having the same problem i. But, if I leave that target computer switched off for half hour or more I can no longer start it using the ‘magic packet’. The problem remains exactly the same and the led on the RJ45 socket of onboard lan still goes off when PC is shutdown.
Check the driver settings in windows, often more options are found there.
Also check these settings: I’m guessing that charged capacitors are allowing the restart after short power off time but are discharging and preventing activation via LAN after a period of time. Could you be more specific with what driver settings I should be checking?
What PSU have you got? In addition, today I’ve just flashed the MB bios and upgraded from ver. The computer starts from ‘shut down’ S1 mode via a ‘magic packet’ if I send the ‘magic packet’ within a few minutes of shutting jsi, therefore I assume all addresses, port-forwarding, wol bios settings etc are correct BUT 2: Does anyone have any other suggestions?