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You don't say what model mainboard you are using, but there are two things that you should check immediately to verify they are correct. First, you must ensure that the OS driver is set to not allow the OS to put it to sleep. Next, in the BIOS, you need to be sure that the POWER settings allow Wake-On-LAN.
Motherboards have a "timed-wake-up" option.
You can enter BIOS SETUP, and configure the computer to wake-up at a specified time, e.g., 01:35, on specific days, e.g., "daily".
Restart your computer.
Enter BIOS SETUP
Set the computer's clock to 01:30.
Save the setting
Exit from BIOS SETUP.
Turn the computer off.
Wait 5 minutes, until the computer's clock advances from 01:30 to 01:35, and watch what happens.
Most modern ATX motherboards should have a 3-pin Wake-on-LAN connector
near the PCI slots and should included BIOS support for Wake-on-LAN
power up,check the Power Management
Setup for this option. As i check in your motherboard manual there is not pin but it supports wake on lan so go to bios and enable power on ring in power managment,it should be enable by default.Next right click on your computer,then properties,then device manager(OR YOU CAN SIMPLY GO TO START->RUN AND TYPE devmgmt.msc and hit enter).Then find the network adapters,click on it,and click on your ethernet controller(it should be realtek,gigabyte something like that) and the go to advance and scroll(search) for "wake up on lan" "wake up capabilities" and make sure that is on or enabled AND YOUR DONE:)
Go into BIOS and find the wake on LAN option and turn it off.
otherwise check via configuration and select properties of your network card and check if wake up is checked. Ifso, uncheck it and restart.
The power supply may be paying tricks on you. Consider changing it. You can also test with another one before you switch them. It's usually the culprit in this scenario; getting ready to die..
For the standby problem, set everything in BIOS to default. If you don't know how, get someone to reset BIOS for you to DEFAULT. This runs without hibernating and restarts at the touch of a key or mouse.