With Windows 7, even when shut down, the LAN card stays active waiting for the magic packet. If the issue persists, do get back to us. If I put the server in sleep mode then WOL will work. Did this solve your problem? This README file explains how to install the driver installation package on a system running one of the following operating systems: NB – Also note Windows Firewall blocked my Magic packet sniffer from checking this was being received so I completely disabled this for testing still blocked even if I had setup an incoming connection for this – but once setup and re-enabled this does NOT interfere with turning my PC on via WOL.
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CyberSchmoo Replied on December 28, Pick the Marvell driver.
Marvell Yukon Ethernet Controller Driver Driver – TechSpot
Fthernet sure that Windows is installed with the latest Service Packs and updates. In reply to al’s post on February 5, This package contains the following software components: To resolve it, I went to the Marvell Yukon website and ykuon the driver for my part number and last supported operating system. And I did all the following steps: If I put the server in sleep mode then WOL will work.
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In reply to Si Johns’s post on December 11, Hi Si, Thank you for posting the query 888e8039 Microsoft Community. I have tried emailing Marvell but yukln have never bothered replying. After the Windows 10 upgrade, the WOL capability stopped working and on checking the driver, it seems that during the upgrade process the driver was updated to With Windows 10 the card is powered down when the OS shuts down but remains active in sleep mode. If you should encounter any problems with your driver installation package, please re-read the instructions above and the documentation supplied with the operating system carefully.
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Marvell Yukon 88e ethernet WOL not working since upgrading to – Microsoft Community
Marvell Yukon Lan Driver NB – Also note Windows Firewall blocked my Magic packet sniffer from checking dontroller was being received so I completely disabled this for testing still blocked even if I had setup an incoming connection for this – but once setup and re-enabled this does NOT interfere with turning my PC on via WOL.
If marbell particular problem is not listed or the error persists, please send your system event log file to our technical support. I have the lights on the ethernet card when the PC is suspended this means that the ethernet card is yukln totally powered off and I’m sure the magic packet reach the device but still no wake-up of the machine.
Once I did, that worked out perfectly. Hi Kalpana, Thank you for you quick reply.
It would be good for Microsoft to update their driver and make this property available. For my own situation, I had to roll back to a much older version of the driver to get the “Wake from Shutdown” option. I have the same question For further information, please contact support. WOL is still not working apart from when the PC is in sleep.
This included the WOL functionality, which I use all the time. I yukoh running Windows Serverbut had to go with a Windows 7 x64 driver to get the setting.
I have tried everything I could think of, including contacting Shuttle, who could not help and Marvell, who have failed to respond to any messages. I had the same problem on Windows I have checked the power management for the Ethernet card and the allow this device to wake the computer is enabled.
This README file explains how to install the driver installation package on a system running one of the following operating systems: Has anyone else suffered a similar issue and if so is there a fix?
Thank you for you quick reply. Thanks for this reply, in order for the extra shutdown setting to appear I ended yuokn using driver version This thread is locked.