Enable wake on lan on Asus X93S series

Pls advise howto enable wol.
Can t find it on bios.

Screenshot bios:
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janhoedtAsked:
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cwstad2Commented:
Please try the following

To enable Wake On LAN (WOL):
1. On bootup, instructions to access the BIOS will be briefly displayed. Press this button to enter the BIOS. The hot key is commonly either DEL, F12, or F8.
2. Using your BIOS, modify the boot sequence to make LAN first priority.
*In a generic BIOS, boot priority settings can be found in the Boot Menu.

*In an ASUS UEFI EZ BIOS, you can drag the LAN icon to the left to set LAN as first priority.

Step3. In the BIOS Setup program, set the items Power On by PCIE devices and Power On by Onboard Lan to [Enabled].

To enable WOL:
a) Right-click Computer, then click Properties > Device Manager.

b) Under Network Adapters, double-click the device.

c) Tick all the items under the Power Management tab.

d) On the Advanced tab, select Wait for Link.
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janhoedtAuthor Commented:
Thanks but
>the BIOS Setup program, set the items >Power On by PCIE devices and Power On >by Onboard Lan

Not sure where to find that.
I have disabled uefi since I couldn t install windows on my ssd when enabled.
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janhoedtAuthor Commented:
Thanks but
>the BIOS Setup program, set the items >Power On by PCIE devices and Power On >by Onboard Lan

Not sure where to find that.
I have disabled uefi since I couldn t install windows on my ssd when enabled.
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cwstad2Commented:
Think it may not help Jan, as its the same solution i posted. Is it possible to provide us with more info Jan
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janhoedtAuthor Commented:
I don't have this option: " In the BIOS Setup program, set the items Power On by PCIE devices and Power On by Onboard Lan to [Enabled]."
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joinaunionCommented:
Your model is actually K93SV
Have you considered updating the bios. That may enable the function.
Your version is 205 the latest is 209.
http://support.asus.com/download.aspx?SLanguage=en&p=3&s=337&m=K93SV&os=&hashedid=UH23RRetpBb7g3IF
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joinaunionCommented:
From asus support.

For this issue, please follow these steps to setup Wake on LAN in your laptop.

1 Click on "Start," then on "Control Panel."

2 Click on the "Network and Sharing Center" icon.

3 Select "Manage Network Connections."

4 Right-click on your network device and select "Properties."

5 Click on the "Configure" button.

6 Click on the "Advanced" tab.

7 Enable the following options by highlighting them and selecting "Enable" in the drop-down menu: "Wake on LAN," "Wake on Magic Packet," "Wake on Pattern Match," "Wake From Shutdown" and "Wake on LAN From Power Off."

Not all of these settings will be available. These settings are network card dependent. In general, you can safely enable any setting that begins with the word "Wake."

8 Click on the "Power Management" tab.

9 Click in the checkbox next to "Allow this device to wake the computer."

10 Press the "OK" button at the bottom to close.
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janhoedtAuthor Commented:
Thanks but I already did that (Windows) and wol does not work.
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joinaunionCommented:
What OS is this?
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joinaunionCommented:
Ok. I'm guessing your network card is a Intel.
If you have this option on the advanced tab please enable it and post back results.
Enable PME
http://techibee.com/windows-7/wake-on-lan-is-not-working-in-windows-7-found-the-solution/980
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janhoedtAuthor Commented:
Ok, I'll check.
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