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10.5.8 deep sleep problem?


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sleep doesnt work in 10.5.8..but its fine in previous versions..post solution if there any..tnx

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I took disabler.kext out of extensions.mkext and out of /Extra/Extensions and now sleep works again.

Use mkexttool to edit extensions.mkext

Be sure to keep a backup!!!!

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I took disabler.kext out of extensions.mkext and out of /Extra/Extensions and now sleep works again.

Use mkexttool to edit extensions.mkext

Be sure to keep a backup!!!!


@jimmydigital00

You're right. Sleep mode's working after I removed Disabler.kext (IntelCPUPMDisabler).

edit:
Also, I tried to remove AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext, the system couldn't get to sleep. I had to reinstall the kext.

I would like to know what AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext is working for. I read some said that CPU temperature will increase if the kext was loaded.

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Did you check to make sure Disabler is not in your extensions.mkext?

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I took disabler.kext out of extensions.mkext and out of /Extra/Extensions and now sleep works again.

Use mkexttool to edit extensions.mkext

Be sure to keep a backup!!!!


Can you please explain in more detail as I am needing just some hand holding. Thanks.

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I took disabler.kext out of extensions.mkext and out of /Extra/Extensions and now sleep don't work XD

Anyone can help me, the disabler.kext did not resolve the problem

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same here....not working even i removed disabler.kext

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have u sleepWatcher, i'll see there when i've time

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You can also try removing IntelCPUPMDisabler.kext
Should be located either in Extra or in System/Library/Extensions


Both Disabler and IntelCPUPMDisabler perform similar tasks so you may have one or the other.

Check for these files in
/Extra
/System/Library/Extensions
Also use mkext tool
to check the Extensions.mkext file as well.

You will need to create a new .mkext using the mkext tool after removing the file.

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Already do that, hith mkexttoll and mkextmaker to be sure, FINALLY GOT SLEEP PROBLEM

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That does not work in most systems, I already tried and sleep still not working :)

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I rolled back to mach_kernel 9.7 from 9.8 and that solved my sleep problems.

I still can't do a timed sleep (which was a problem before the update), but manually from the Apple Menu works.

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I rolled back to mach_kernel 9.7 from 9.8 and that solved my sleep problems.

I still can't do a timed sleep (which was a problem before the update), but manually from the Apple Menu works.


Could you send me the 10.5.7 kernel? I don't have it available. thanks!

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So far, I've tried the disabler solution, the intelcpupmdisabler solution, the appleintelcpupowermanagement solution, and even the rollback kernel solution, and it still won't go into deep sleep. Any other ideas or solutions by chance? Any input would be great, and I don't wanna have to reinstall everything just to roll back to 10.5.7.

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Both Disabler and IntelCPUPMDisabler perform similar tasks so you may have one or the other.

Disabler.kext also disables AppleEFIRuntime.kext and AppleSMC.kext (or something like that). Whats weird is that removing Disabler.kext fixes sleep for some while at the same time AppleEFIRuntime.kext is known to prevent sleep (including on my laptop). I just installed 10.5.8 so once I reboot I will know if sleep still works or not.

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You can also try removing IntelCPUPMDisabler.kext
Should be located either in Extra or in System/Library/Extensions


Both Disabler and IntelCPUPMDisabler perform similar tasks so you may have one or the other.

Check for these files in
/Extra
/System/Library/Extensions
Also use mkext tool
to check the Extensions.mkext file as well.

You will need to create a new .mkext using the mkext tool after removing the file.


I got up this pass. But, how to install the new Extensions.mkext from mkext tool If when delete Extensions.mkext from System/Library/Extensions he is substitutes for original arquive?

obs: Sorry for my bad english? I am Brasilian. rsrs

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Make sure you're not overlooking NullCPUPowerManagement.kext. I'd removed Disabler.kext and was frustrated by sleep still not working, then I discovered that and removed it. Sleep now works 100% at the expense of my CPU running a few degrees hotter.

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Narrowing things down, I find that my system sleeps&resumes from sleep (manually&automatically) if and only if I have AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext loaded. I had to use Disabler.kext during the 10.5.8 upgrade, but I'm no longer using it.

I am running voodoopower as well to control p-states, as AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement is not working for that.

Under 10.5.7 sleep&resume worked fine without AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.

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sleep doesnt work in 10.5.8..but its fine in previous versions..post solution if there any..tnx


Were u using EFI v9 or Chameleon 2 / EFI v10?

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I took disabler.kext out of extensions.mkext and out of /Extra/Extensions and now sleep works again.

Use mkexttool to edit extensions.mkext


just for the record:

deleting the kexts + removing the extensions.mkext (backup is booted) AND/OR (not sure) -f @darwin does the same, as either deleting or a -f boot creates a new extensions.mkext (from the kexts found in extensions folder) ?

i always do both : )

also i "touch" the extensions folder, and perform a permission repair before rebooting with -f.

can anybody give me an "amen" please, that this is correct... : )





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