|30 Sep 2011||#1|
Wake on Bluetooth?
Hi, I was caused to register in these boards so that to ask the following question: (*exactly* because nobody seems to have the answer - anywhere on the Internet)
How is it possible to wake my Windows 7 PC through the use of a bluetooth device?
According to the this: Bluetooth Remote Wake Test (Windows) , Windows have been compatible with this function since the time of Windows Vista. I can't see why I should not be able to wake my PC through my bluetooth device/adapter, every other of my USB devices can (and did) wake up my PC...
Thanks for your time and attention.
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|30 Sep 2011||#2|
Sorry for the double post but I do not understand this: Same story here, it seems that nobody here knows either.
It's quite depressing actually for there is no other way to operate a machine which is on a stand and/or generally its power button is hidden from view.
Honestly, I don't see why nobody else tried this. Macintosh computers have this since early 2005, I just hope that I won't have to change to Mac for something as silly/small as this (yet it's quite a big of an ommission if Microsoft -indeed- have given us no way to wake our machines on Bluetooth circa 2011).
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