1.Ensure you have opened the remote wake-up model. Otherwise you can’t wake-up
2. Even your computer are in standby or sleep mode we can start them up
3. At the Shutdown mode. Check your BIOS power management menu if there is Remote Wake up or Wake on LAN option. if not we don’t support .
4.When your computer is starting up, press the key “DELETE” or F2 to enter BIOS Setting
Then search the "Wake on LAN", "WOL", "Boot on LAN", "PME Event WakeUp", "Power On by PCI Card", "Power On By PCI Devices", "Wake-Up by PCI card", "Wake Up On PCI PME","WakeUp by PME# of PCI", "WakeUp by Onborad LAN", "Resume by MAC LAN", "Resume By PCI or PCI-E Ddevice", "wake up by pci", "wake up by pcie" at Power Management interface . Enable such options
5. Disable the Low Power Mode or EUP 2013
6. Here are some tips for Graphical UEFI
Resume By PCI or PCI-E Device
Disable the Low Power Mode or EUP 2013
How to set the BIOS of Labtop and desktop?
Dell 755 as a example
Enable the Remote wake up option when you enter BIOS menu
Disable the Low Power Mode option
Here is Dell Latitude D630 as a example
We support remote wake up service too . Here is Dell1950 as a example
Press Ctrl+S when start up. Enter the NIC Setting menu. Enable the Pre-boot Wake On LAN option
If you can’t remote wake-up after all the settings . Please the check the if the Power Properties enable remote wake-up
To do the following: Right-click Computer, then click Manage- Device Manager - Network Adapters, select the network adapter card in the card attributes Power Properties in
check "Allow this device to wake the computer" button.