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How does WOL work with newer computers? If it is enabled in bios then why doesn’t a super packet wake the machine up?
How can we set power save mode properly on new Windows 7 machines and wake on LAN to save on electricity costs?
In BIOS on the Power Management Setup: I have enabled Resume on PME Enabled. Again, in NIC cards' property in the power management section: I have enabled allow this device to wake the computer and only allow management station to wake the computer. But I even don't know why there in blinking light...