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What’s new New posts Latest activity. I’m wondering if it’s maybe something to do with the power management settings on the NIC though. A good command line program to use for waking up PCs using a magic packet is mc-wol.
Wrath, on your HTPC is the second box greyed out when the first one is ticked, or is it different to Vista? Home Help Login Register.
Ive used a test utility to confirm that the machine received the magic packet whilst the machine was already on. However, the same command did not work once the machine was off. But once the power is cut WOL doesn’t work until you start up the machine and then shut it down normally. Thanks for the link too Wrath, I also found this page seems to work ok too.
Problem is, if the first one is unticked then the second one greys out, so does that mean the second setting is no longer effective even though it still shows a greyed out tick?
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I can’t see any WOL options in the BIOS or manual, only wake on modem, but can’t find a definitive answer on the Gigabyte site as to whether it would work.
Magic packet relies on a single udp packet on a specific port and I’ve never had my PC wakeup when it wasn’t ya to when using magic packet. Does anyone else know? April 23, Dark Mantis 10typesofpeopleoneswhoknow binaryandoneswhodont. Yeah they changed that behavior in Vista.
If you look below, I’d assume that ‘allow computer to turn off this device’ must be unticked, but I would also think that ‘allow this device to wake computer’ needs to be ticked. So this only works while in sleep mode, and of course your power supply must be compatible, which you already know yours is now.
Thanks for the feedback. Thread starter dannyboy27 Start date Sep 11, Have never got it working with this mobo thus far though.
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Fa New posts Search forums. I highly recommend using only magic packet. You must log in or register to reply here. I’m wondering if my PSU has two shutdown states, a sort of ‘half’ shutdown and then a complete power-off after a set interval. I cant see anywhere in the bios that seems to have a setting like this Also there is another setting just to laan a wakeup from shutdown which must be enabled as well.
I seem to recall a previous computer used to keep a light on on the mobo whilst it was off Are you using the latest BIOS? Lsdmeasap on April 23, I cant see anything else in the bios which appears to be relevant.
If anyone can give me some hints that would be most appreciated I’ve found that using any form of pattern match always causes the PC to boot up at random times.
There are no lights on the Network plug at the back of the computer once it is off, there is no light on the router for that connection and there doesnt appear kan be any lights on the mobo at all.