I tried to remotely wake up my Windows 10 laptop by connecting an Ethernet cable from my Raspberry Pi to an Amazon Basics Gigabit Ethernet USB Adapter, which I plugged into the USB 3.0 port of my laptop that I'm trying to remotely wake up. The lights on the Adapter turned on while my laptop was on, but whenever I hibernate or sleep my laptop, the lights turn off on the Ethernet adapter.
On the laptop I'm trying to remotely wake up, I have tried going into BIOS to enable USB charging in the off state and disabling USB selective suspend setting and "Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power" in power management for the Ethernet Adapter and USB Root Hub (USB 3.0), but this still happens. On the other hand, I was able to charge my phone when plugging it into the same USB port of my laptop that I'm trying to wake up while the laptop was on hibernate or sleep.
When I turned the laptop back on manually, I ran powercfg /DEVICEQUERY wake_armed in my command prompt, and my network adapter associated with the Ethernet USB adapter appeared on the list, so I'm still trying to figure out why I couldn't remotely wake my laptop.
If anyone can help, I'd greatly appreciate it. If I can get the lights on the Ethernet USB adapter to stay on while the laptop is off, I can use the Raspberry Pi to remotely wake up my laptop.