Re: Wale on LAN
- From: "Christopher Muto" <muto@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 11 Oct 2005 17:00:31 GMT
on second thought... i don't think the machine even supports wol. enter the
system bios and look under the power management options to see if it is
there... you will probably just see 'after power is restored stay off / turn
on / last state." but you might also see settings for wake up on phone or
lan... i can't recall for certain and a quick look at the manual left this a
question mark... i seem to recall a power on time that you can set in the
bios... never found a need for that one.
"Christopher Muto" <muto@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> do you already have some sort of remote administration or remote access in
> place? if so what is it? otherwise what sort of network is it connected
> to? network with or without server, what os on server, what os on
> "RV Daffin" <dink@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> The laptop is located in a different area of the building when not
>> and some files need to be accessed, hence it would be nice to wake it up
>> when needed, otherwise it's not in use very much.
>> Dink - When all is said and done... there is a hell of a lot more said
>> than done.
>> "NuTCrAcKeR" <nutcracker@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>>> "RV Daffin" <dink@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>>> > Are Inspiron 5100s WOL capable and How do you make it work?
>>> > Thanks
>>> > --
>>> > Dink - When all is said and done... there is a hell of a lot more
>>> > said
>>> > than done.
>>> you need to be able to send it a magic packet to get it to wake up.
>>> do you really need this? How do you envision using this feature ...
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