For Asus Crosshair Formula V network card based on chipset Intel(R) 82583V Gigabit WOL was not avalable in Windows 10 network card settings. When I send magic packet from android app FING my PC was still offline.
I my scenario in BIOS settings allowed to start device by PCI devices, fast boot was disabled in Windows 10
Only in network card settings WOL was missing.
Intel(R) 82583V Gigabit missing WOL settings in windows 10
So I downloaded newest driver package from Intel website
Extract that package somewhere, and open Device Manager by right clicking on the Start button. Find your Intel (R) 82583V Gigabit Network Connection under Network adapters, right click on it and choose Update Driver Software.
Choose Browse my computer for driver software, then choose Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer, click on Have Disk and browse to the folder you extracted the Intel driver package to.
Once there choose the PRO1000, then the Winx64, then the NDIS65 folders, and select the e1r65x64 driver. Select the listed adapter, even though it doesn’t match your adapter, at which point Windows 10 will complain, but ignore it and install the driver anyway.
Once you’ve done that right click on the start button again, choose Network Connections, then right click on your ethernet connection and choose Properties, then Configure. Choose the Advanced tab and make sure the following options are selected:
Enable PME: Enabled
Speed & Duplex: Auto Negotiation
Wait for Link: Auto Detect
Wake on Link Settings: Forced
Wake on Magic Packet: Enabled
Wake on Pattern Match: Enabled
Now magic packed was able to start my PC.
After two days using of this drivers, there was no blue screen, WOL works perfectly .
To make this work, PC must be switched off by Windows , it means that PC must go to OFF state from windows then mentioned network card settings and WOL feature will work . It is required to switch PC into state S5 .
|Soft Off||S5||The system appears to be off. This state is comprised of a full shutdown and boot cycle.|
more info about power states at MSDN