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    Posted: 03 Sep 2019 at 2:18pm
I just mentioned the FAQ link, because I was browsing the ASRock help to get it to work for me. Even though I'm running Linux, I noticed the Windows Wake On Lan topics.

I don't know hopw to get it to work under Windows.

My board is running as a network server running Linux. I'm not going to install Win10 on it, just to try. It works for me, also after shutdown. So I know the hardware is capable.

Are you sure you need this option:
Realtec driver - Power Management - Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power enabled

Won't this prevent the network card from getting power and being able to listen?




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I have the same problem with my Asrock B450 Pro4. Wake On Lan works from sleep but not from shutdown.

Settings seem OK:

BIOS
PCIE Devices power ON - enabled

Windows
Power Options - Advanced settings - PCI Express Link State Power Management - Moderate
Realtec driver - Power Management - Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power enabled
Realtec driver - Power Management - Allow this device to wake the computer - enabled
Realtec driver - Advanced - Shutdown wake on lan enabled
Realtec driver - Advanced - Magic packet wake on lan enabled

The zip file you are talking about is for an Intel adapter, and the Asrock B450 Pro4 has a Realtek adapter

Any idea how to fix this?
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I have a B450M Pro4, that is the Micro ATX version of the B450 Pro4. I don't know how to help you with Windows 10 because I use linux. Just wanted to let you know WOL should be possible on this motherboard. Wake On Lan works for me under Ubuntu 19.04.

In UEFI only Advanced\ACPI Configuration\PCIE Devices Power On needs to be enabled.

The description of Boot from Onboard LAN in manual is confusing, I still have it disabled. It is not necessary to enable it just for wake on lan.

In Ubuntu you do need to enable the function in the OS for it to work. Correct settings in Win10 are probably very important as well. According to ASRock FAQ a zip file needs to be installed? https://www.asrock.com/support/faq.asp?id=463




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I am trying to enable WoL on my Asrock b450 pro4 motherboard. It is not working. I have tried:
Bios enable PCIe power setting
Windows enable allow wake on magic packet, allow to wake pc
Windows disable fast boot, NIC green ethernet
etc. I have tried everything, but no matter what the ethernet network indicator turns off as soon as the PC is shut down or put into sleep mode.
Can someone please help me.
I am on the latest Realtek network adapter driver available.

Thanks
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