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Old September 13th 04, 11:28 PM
Noozer
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Default Asus P4C800E-Dlx - Wake on lan - HOW?

I've enabled wake events from the PCI bus... I don't see anything else in
the BIOS to enable for Wake on Lan.

I try sending a "Magic Packet" to the MAC address of my onboard NIC, but the
PC never wakes up.

Can anyone tell me how to get an Asus P4C800E-Dlx running WinXP Pro Sp1 to
Wake up from a LAN request?

Thanks!


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Old September 14th 04, 08:01 AM
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"Noozer" wrote in message
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I've enabled wake events from the PCI bus... I don't see anything else in
the BIOS to enable for Wake on Lan.

I try sending a "Magic Packet" to the MAC address of my onboard NIC, but
the
PC never wakes up.

Can anyone tell me how to get an Asus P4C800E-Dlx running WinXP Pro Sp1 to
Wake up from a LAN request?

With Device Manager: Enable Wake-on LAN in "Properties-Advanced" of your
Intel PRO/1000CT

Gr. Jan


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Old September 14th 04, 08:39 AM
Paul
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In article [email protected], "Noozer" wrote:

I've enabled wake events from the PCI bus... I don't see anything else in
the BIOS to enable for Wake on Lan.

I try sending a "Magic Packet" to the MAC address of my onboard NIC, but the
PC never wakes up.

Can anyone tell me how to get an Asus P4C800E-Dlx running WinXP Pro Sp1 to
Wake up from a LAN request?

Thanks!


This post suggests "Allow this device to bring the computer out of
standby", in Windows Device Manager, for the Ethernet chip.

http://www.abxzone.com/forums/showth...13&postcount=5

I am assuming you already succeeded in setting up an ACPI HAL for
Windows, and you can go to S1/S3 (STR) OK. You can verify this a
bit by using dumppo.exe .

HTH,
Paul
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Old September 21st 04, 08:10 AM
Ron Shaw
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i use advance ip scanner1.4 http://www.radmin.com/?aaisn

my net - 2 asus p4c800 e deluxe mobio systems , 1 asus p4c800 dlx
1 asus cusl2-c mobo system

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"Noozer" wrote in message
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I've enabled wake events from the PCI bus... I don't see anything else in
the BIOS to enable for Wake on Lan.

I try sending a "Magic Packet" to the MAC address of my onboard NIC, but
the
PC never wakes up.

Can anyone tell me how to get an Asus P4C800E-Dlx running WinXP Pro Sp1 to
Wake up from a LAN request?

Thanks!




 




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