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Released in 2012, the Asus N56VZ is a 15-inch laptop with a screen resolution of 1920x1080 pixels. It has an Intel Core i7 and an Nvidia graphics card inside.

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ASUS N56V Can't find wake on lan in bios.

I have an ASUS N56V and I can't find wake on lan in bios. I have adjusted the settings on the network card for wake on lan and magic packet but that alone doesn't seem to work. Does anyone know if there is a wake on lan setting in the bios on an ASUS N56V?


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What options do you have in the BIOS?


MAIN / Advanced / Boot / Security / Save&Exit


Post Logo Type

Play POST sound

Speaker volume

Internal pointing device

Wake on lid open

ASUS USB Charger in battery mode

Intel Virtualization Technology

Intel AES-NI

SATA Config

Intel Anti-theft

USB Config

Network Stack



Launch PXE OpRom

Boot Option #1

Network Devices BBS Priorities

CD/DVD Rom drive BBS Priorities

Add new boot option

delete boot option


Admin password

User password

HDD password

I/O Interface Security:

LAN network Interface

Wireless network Interface

HD audio interface

SATA ODD interface

USB Interface Security


Yes, network card properties have been set:

[ ] Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power

[X] Allow this device to wake the computer

[X] Only allow a magic packet to wake the computer

still can't wake the computer from sleep or off



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Try going to Device Manager, and looking in your network card's property.

"Magic Packet" is Wakeup on LAN.

Here is a tool to generate the "Magic Packet".

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If we use another app (like Android wol) we still need this tool to generate the magic packet?


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