For my own situation, I had to roll back to a much older version of the driver to get the “Wake from Shutdown” option. I do appreciate your efforts and time. It would be good for Microsoft to update their driver and make this property available. CyberSchmoo Replied on December 28, These days there are two available standards, Fast Ethernet and Gigabit, which are completely distinct speed interfaces.

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Once I did, that worked out perfectly. To resolve it, I went to the Marvell Yukon website and downloaded the driver for my part number and last supported operating system. As confirmed normal network connectivity is fine when the PC is powered up, it is just WOL that 88e80xx not work.

Gigabit Ethernet vs. Fast Ethernet: What’s the Difference?

In reply to al’s post on February 5, Please can you advise what else I can try or come up with a fix soon. Ethernet was first introduced to the public inand it had a max throughput of 10 megabits per second.

If the issue persists, do get back to us.

Your local network will run faster, and if you end up with better internet speed in the future, your network will be ready to handle it. Well still no word on a fix for this and really etheernet not to have heard anything from Marvell so called customer service.


Marvell Yukon’s website claims the 88E8040 Fast LAN Controller does Gigabit….???

I actually seem to recall both these laptops had Gbit connection when docked btw. Did this solve your problem?

Yup, indeed the lack of GbE is very disappointing especially since the adapter supports it but lets hope some firmware or driver revision could fix it altrough i doubt it. And I did all the following steps: For my own situation, I had to roll back to a much older version of the driver to get the “Wake from Shutdown” option.

Marvell Yukon 88e8056 ethernet WOL not working since upgrading to Windows 10

Has anyone else suffered a similar issue and if so is there a fix? I am trying to locate a firmware fix, but this is absolutely unacceptable.

This is still a sore spot for me. I had the same problem on Windows This is a great dissapiontment for me.

I bought mine 88e8xx France Maybe there is still hope with some firmware update The more recent Windows 8 driver which although it doesn’t say it in the title, is also for Windows Server R2did not have the setting so did not solve the problem.

Gigabit Ethernet has a maximum throughput of 1, megabits or 1 gigabit per second, hence the name.


Hope this helps in resolving the issue. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. To be honest, I never even bothered to verify that it would be gigabit when I purchased it a few months ago.

As the Windows official driver does not resolve this problem, is there ehternet else you can suggest or do?

Your name or email address: So there I was shopping for a new Ethernet switch, assuming that all of them were using the latest and greatest technology. Fix network connection issues: Thank you for you quick reply. Si Johns Replied on December 11, This voltage varies from 40 to v.

In reply to Kalpana Shankarappa’s post on December 3, MikeZ Replied on October 29, However, just three years after that, an even newer version was introduced.