I upgraded both the BIOS and the windows 7 network drivers of my DH57JG motherboard, and now Wake On Lan (WOL) stopped working. With the previous driver it worked perfectly.
When I shutdown the system from windows 7, I can see that the network card is powered on (at least one LED is on). But I'm unable to awake the system from the network.
When I shutdown the system from Linux (Ubuntu live booted from USB), I'm able to power on the system from the network without problems.
So I can suspect that this a windows 7 driver problem. I'm using PROWin7_64_v17.1.exe as windows driver.
Any help is appreciated, thank you.
Currently we don't have any reports like yours, but I will send your feedback up so that they look in to this.
Please uninstall your current driver and install the older 17.0 one found at the following web site:
Thank you for your answer.
I also tested the driver version 17.0 some day ago, but it did not work. So I downloaded the old 15.? version for vista x64 (file PROWinx64_v15_vista.exe), and now WOL is working again.
I have the same problem.
DH57JG (latest bios)
Wake on LAN from S3 and S5 works up to on v16.8.1. All v17.x releases are no good for UEFI boot on this board (But WOL seems to work on non-UEFI boot, my earlier setup).
After checking Network Connectivity — What is new in the latest Intel� Ethernet Software release?, in 17.0, I saw
So it did look like that the changes broke the WOL function. So I will stick with 16.8.1 for the time being.