if you would have followed my suggestions reading: Page 211 of this
you would have noticed that you'll have to trigger the RI# pin for at least 10ns. since the WOL pin is routed through a transistor on the mainboard to RI# (or another pin that acts alike, just take a mainboard and check the routing) you just have to pull the WOL pin to +5Vsb
for at least 10ns (the additional logic on the mainboard converts your pulling high to a pulling low for the multi I/O chip since RI# is low active). take a simple wire and connect one end to +5Vsb and connect the other end to the WOL pin if you want the board to wake up.
btw. i just shorted a WOL pin and +5Vsb with tweezers to check if it works as intended after shutting the mainboard down. it works just fine.