- Wake Up by PCI Card – allows wakening up a computer if one of PCI-cards is active;
- PowerOn by PCI-Devices (Power On By PCIE Devices) – allows turning a computer on if a device connected to PCI-bus or PCI Express-bus is active;
- Wake Up On LAN (Resume On LAN) – allows wakening a computer up over the Local Area network (LAN);
- PowerOn By Mouse (Resume On PS/2 Mouse) – allows turning a computer on using a mouse;
- PowerOn By Keyboard (Resume On Keyboard) – allows turning a computer on using a keyboard;
- PowerOn Function – turns a computer on using a mouse or keyboard and is a combination of parameters PowerOn By Mouse and PowerOn By Keyboard;
- Resume From S3 By PS/2 Mouse (PS2MS WakeUp from S3) – allows wakening a computer up from PS/2 mouse;
- Resume From S3 By PS/2 Keyboard (PS2MS WakeUp from S3) – allows wakening a computer up from PS/2 keyboard;
- Resume From S3 By USB Device – allows awakening a computer up from USB device;
- Resume by PCIE Device – allows wakening a computer up from a device connected to PCI Express bus;
- PME Event Wake Up (W0L (PME#) From Soft-Off) – allows wakening a computer up from devices connected to PCI or PCI Express bus, for example from network adapter.
In operating systems by Windows you can set wakening a computer up from separate devices using the Device Manager.
Some versions of BIOS also have subsections “IRQs Activity Monitoring” or “Reload Global Timer Events”. Here you can set interruptions or devices with the activity of which a computer will remove from the power saving mode or will not enter it (in case of selected value Enabled (On)).