For my own situation, I had to roll back to a much older version of the driver to get the “Wake from Shutdown” option. How satisfied are you with this reply? WOL is still not working apart from when the PC is in sleep. In reply to Kalpana Shankarappa’s post on December 3, The more recent Windows 8 driver which although it doesn’t say it in the title, is also for Windows Server R2 , did not have the setting so did not solve the problem.
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If I put the server in sleep mode then WOL will work.
Marvell Yukon 88e8056 ethernet WOL not working since upgrading to Windows 10
This does provide the settings you mention:. Si Johns Replied on December 3, This re-enabled my WakeUp On Lan.
Well still no word on a fix for this and really disappointed not to have heard anything from Marvell so called customer service. In reply to MikeZ’s post on October 29, After the Windows 10 upgrade, the WOL capability stopped working and on checking the driver, it seems that during the upgrade process the driver was updated to Change this to On.
I have tried downloading the latest Marvell installer WOL is still not working apart from when the PC is in sleep.
The more recent Windows 8 driver which although it doesn’t say it in the title, is also for Windows Server R2did not have the setting so did not solve the problem. Si Johns Replied on December 11, Sorry yumon didn’t help.
Ubuntu Manpage: msk — Marvell/SysKonnect Yukon II Gigabit Ethernet adapter driver
In reply to Si Johns’s post on December 3, In reply to Kalpana Shankarappa’s post on December 3, Did this solve your problem? This site in other languages x.
Fix network connection issues: I have tried all the recommendations in that article and even yuon completely removing the Windows driver and installing the official Marvell latest driver but still this is not working. Surely others must be suffering something similar? You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.
To resolve it, I went to the Marvell Yukon website and downloaded the driver for my part number and last supported operating mqrvell. The problem appears to be that Microsoft have not implemented the driver with this property in their version.
Is there anything else I can try? I am running Windows Serverbut had to go with a Windows 7 x64 driver to get the setting. I have the same question Thanks for the detailed reply and apologies for the delay in getting back.
Download the latest version of Driver Marvell Yukon for /XP/Vista free in English on CCM
As confirmed normal network connectivity is fine when the PC is powered up, it is just WOL that does not work. I tried downgrading to the previously working driver but this has not resolved the issue.
In reply to Si Johns’s post on December 11, Thanks, Mike Thanks for this reply, marvel order for the extra shutdown setting to appear I ended up using driver version This thread is locked. Si Johns Replied on June 20, Hi Si, Thank you for posting the query on Microsoft Community. CyberSchmoo Replied on December 28, yujon And I did all known possible steps: It would be good for Microsoft to update their driver and make this property available.