I am sorry for the trouble but we appreciate the feedback on this and I will help you to find the solution.
Please note that I will check some more information about this but in the meantime, can you please do the following?
- Run all Microsoft Updates.
- You mentioned you have installed the latest driver so just in case, uninstall it again and reinstall it.
- Update BIOS of the computer.
I would also like you to run the following tool:
This tool will run a test and generate a code that I can check from my side and will show all system configurations and this will be very helpful for our investigation purposes. So please, run it and copy and paste the code.
The Wake on Wireless LAN feature was recently added to current systems. One of the requirements is that the wireless adapter and other components must support Intel® Smart Connect Technology.
You can find more information about this in the Intel® Smart Connect Technology Frequently Asked Questions.
The Intel® WiFi Link 5100 and Intel® Ultimate N WiFi Link 5300 are considered legacy adapters (launched in 2008) and were released before Intel® Smart Connect Technology was supported, so these two adapters are not capable of using WoWLAN.
In order to know if a PC supports this technology, it is recommended to check with the computer manufacturer, as Intel® Smart Connect Technology requires a select Intel® processor, Intel® software and BIOS update, Intel® Wireless adapter, and Internet connectivity. Solid-state memory or drive equivalent may also be required. Depending on system configuration, your results may vary.