But the various combinations always yield one of the above two results, so if the link is active, the computer wakes itself up, and if the link is inactive, it can’t be woken up! This kind of bug is usually solved in a later revision of the driver or the bios. It’s worth the try, screw the 8 dollars Tried 5 diffrent ones and still no connection. When the computer is turned off, the router shows the link as active, but in just a few moments the computer turns itself back on with no intervention! I have seen stranger like ants in your keyboard? And I threw my CD away, because the drivers on them are old Never had this kind of problems before.

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The Mother Board

The Mother Board Motherboards. Products may not be available in all markets. I feel like I’m out of options now Still no light on getting computer to WoL.

What to try next? Tried 3 diffrent cables.

P5Q SE2 FAQ | Motherboards | ASUS USA

If so, try ethernett other, if you haven’t already. We hate rut, but we fear change. It allows to transfer digital audio without converting to analog format and keeps the best signal quality. Tried changing the cable?


It’s worth the try, screw the 8 dollars BumbleBee Jun 6, Please check with your supplier for exact offers. Yes, I’m positive, it is the right drivers. The dual-channel DDR2 architecture doubles ethrenet bandwidth of your system memory to boost system performance, eliminating bottlenecks with peak bandwidths of up to What should I try next?

System will continue operating at minimum power and noise when user is temporarily away. Anyone any experience with this mainboard?

Help would be appreciated. Its either a software or network problem.

P5Q SE2 | Motherboards | ASUS USA

This setting seems to make no difference; with all other settings as reported above, whether AllowDeviceOutOfStandby is enabled or disabled, the computer does not wake itself up, but also will not WoL. There is a note about this in the Windows PowerManagement tab of the device to the effect that allowing this device to bring the computer out of standby may cause the computer to periodically wake up to refresh its network status. Specifications and features vary by model, and all images are illustrative.

Don’t know what patternmatch is but I guess it’s something to prevent other devices do WoL on your machine whereas the only true WoL server knows the secret code instead of all FF. Joined Mar 20, Messages 10, 2. Any other settings I should look into? This utility saves users the cost and hassle of buying a replacement BIOS chip.


Like Mussels says, made any modifications to it? So the working settings at this point are: PCB color and bundled software versions are subject to change without notice.

Asus P5Q Onboard Lan issues…

Maybe disabled the wrong service ro something. I have to check the driver properties of that onboard LAN thingy to see what would make sense here. Though it is now redundant, to answer your questions, all computers and other gigabit devices, such as NAS are connected via cat6 to an eight-port gigabit etherney, which is connected to a gigabit router configured as DHCP server so yes, the LEDs referred to above are actually on the switch rather than the router.

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