Thats exactly what I mean. I try to wake it up by accessing a network resource on it.
Thank you for the information!
What application are you using to connect remotely?
Have you tried different software, perhaps Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection*?
Also, try to configure the following in your system.
- Go to Device Manager.
- Expand the Network Adapters section.
- Right-click the adapter in use and click Properties.
- Click Advanced tab.
- Select Wake on Magic Packet from the Property list.
- Expand the Value section and select Enabled.
- Click Power Management tab.
- Select the check box for Allow this device to wake the computer.
- Click OK.
Make sure the “Wake System via S5” is checked and check that the PCIe ASPM Support is enabled, please see picture below:
- Go to Control Panel or type it in the search box.
- Click Control Panel.
- Click Power Options.
- Click Choose what the power buttons do.
- Click Change settings that are currently unavailable.
- Scroll down to Shutdown settings and uncheck Turn on fast startup.
- Click Save changes.
I hope this can help.
Thanks for the feedback. I actually had the 'wake from S5 option' not activated, still it didn't work afterwards. I then did a complete reinstall of Windows, updated all drivers manually and then did the upgrade to Windows 10 pro. Now it's working like a charme, weird. Seems like the network driver got stuck somewhere.
I’m glad that this issue has been resolved and thank you for taking your time to post how you solved it.
I hope you can have better experience with the unit from now on.