Question: How can I enable wake on LAN function under S5 status in Windows 10 with Intel I211 LAN port?(8/1/2019) Answer: Step 1: Please visit ASRock website to download the Intel LAN driver. https://www.asrock.com/mb/index.asp
Step 2: Refer to the FAQ from the following link to modify the shutdown behavior under Windows 10. https://www.asrock.com/support/faq.asp?id=408
Step 3: Go to device manager and right click the "Intel® I211/I219 Gigabit Network Connection” LAN device to choose the "Properties”.
Step 4: Intel LAN driver may have two different "Properties”.
(A) The driver supports "Power saver and Wake on LAN” Option.
Please go to Power management to check all of Wake on LAN function.
(B) The driver supports "Enabled PME” Option.
Go to "Advanced” and enable the "Enabled PME” option.
Question: I tried to use Orbweb "Wake On Internet Technology" on H87 Killer, but I couldn't wake up my system after I remotely made my system go to sleep mode. What should I do?(12/1/2014) Answer: Before using this feature, verify the following on your host computer:
1.Please download the Atheros LAN driver ver:220.127.116.111 here: https://download.asrock.com/Drivers/All/Lan/Atheros_Lan(v18.104.22.1681).zip
2.Please remove the old network driver then install the new one.
3.Make sure that "PCI Devices Power On" is enabled in UEFI SETUP UTILITY > Advanced > ACPI Configuration.
(*The UEFI screen is for reference only. The actual screen may differ by model.)
4. Make sure that "Shutdown Wake Up" and "SWOI" are enabled in Device Manager > Network Adapters > Killer e2200 Gigabit Ethernet Controller (NDIS 6.30) Properties > Advanced.
5. Use Orbweb to remotely control the system to sleep or wake.
Question: How could I use Wake On LAN function under Ubuntu (Kernal version 3.2.0-23) on Vision 3D series?(4/1/2013) Answer: Please follow below steps to use WOL function.
1. Please enable "Onboard LAN power on" in BIOS\Advanced\ACPI configuration.
2. Connect LAN cable.
3. Search terminal in Dash Home and open it.
4. Please install ethtool to enable WOL by following command. (Refer the picture)
#sudo apt-get update
#sudo apt-get install ethtool
#sudo ethtool –s eth0 wol g
5. Now, the system is ready to be woken up through LAN by other computers.
Question: I'm using an add-on LAN card on my ASRock motherboard. The LAN card provides a "Wake On LAN" connector with a cable. Is there a connector on the motherboard so that I can plug this cable?(12/12/2003) Answer: There's no need to connect this cable to the motherboard and you are still able to use the "Wake On LAN" feature with the add-on LAN card. To use it, please remember to enable the "PCI Device Power On" option in BIOS.
Question: How could I use Wake on LAN function?(7/9/2003) Answer: All of ASRock motherboards support Wake on LAN. Please enable the "PCI Device Power On" in the Power menu of BIOS. After saving the changes and exit the BIOS, please boot into the Windows OS then shut down the system.
Now, the system is ready to be woken up through LAN by other computers.