Mainboard: GA-H110M-M.2 (rev.1.0)
NIC: Intel I219-V (onboard)
VGA: Intel HD 610 (onboard)
CPU: Celeron G3930
Memory: Kingston 8GB KHX2400C15D4/4G
Operating System: Windows 10 64-bit Build 1709
When shutdown my PC, I219-V network adapter's LED still flashing. I would like to completely off LED. I do not use Wake on LAN.
- I disabled "Wake on LAN" in BIOS already.
- I disabled "Allow this device to wake the computer".
- I disabled "Enable PME" in Advanced tap.
- I disable all "Wake on LAN" in Advanced tap.
Hi Somchai Sappurit,
Thank you for posting in Wired Communities. As you have disabling all the wake on LAN options but the LED is still ON despite the PC is completely shut down. It is recommended to check with the board vendor if this is a default design for the onboard NIC integrated on the system or a hardware issue. Please refer to the supporting scope of the onboard NIC https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000006628/network-and-i-o/ethernet-products...
The board vendor has at their option to customized the onboard NIC thus I
would suggest you to get in touch your board vendor to further check. Thank you.
I talk to gigabyte's support staffs, they didn't responsible. I think it is bugs in BIOS.
- When enable ErP and shutdown, LAN LED keep flashing. LOL, It must be power down NIC to save the energy.
- When disable ErP and shutdown, LAN LED off. But USB3 hub still power on. We can't disable USB3 charging in BIOS. So sad.
Stay away from infamous mainboard model because they won't update/fix BIOS.