are you sure it works in full 64 bit kernel (i've browsed tuxera site and seems not so good in 64bits)
here is my pstate shot
(i'm actually running my Q6600 with a small oc 3,06ghz)
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the waking-up drive sound is weird, it's typically a wake up thing as the system seems to "freeze" for 1 sec or 2 until the drives are ready and then everything is ok. my sleep function still does not work and i made a new install from scratch
Okay I will look into the drive thing mine do not do that unless the system sleeps. You could try the ntfs-3g I am not currently running it but have in the past. I will do your dsdt tomorrow as I am not at work today. I will check it and get back to on that asap though.
People please keep in mind that with speedstepping and temp monitoring if you are running HD video and multitasking other things and running at the highest step your computer is not gonna be running at 35-45 degrees, this will be your idle temps as long as you are not running like 70 you should be okay this is running stock with stock fans and such if you are trying to OC the system your temps will be higher and you will need upgraded fans and such.
what issues are you talking about ?
bios should be well. i'm in S3, 64bit HPET, AHCI and all the hackintosh stuff
no other changes apart from the little oc.
i'm running full 64 bit system from boot to everything else, maybe the ntfs-3g is not 64bt compatible. i don't understand the error message
anyway i *could* save and reformat my ext drive, maybe it's quicker than messing around trying to get ntfs working.
if i format hfs+ will win7/XP be able to read/write to it ?
or should i do fat32 ? (i think there is a limitation to 4gb file, but that's fine for me on this drive
For the Mac side of things you need to be HFS+ I you should be able to read NTFS natively with SL.
Here is your Q6600 DSDT also let me know how that works I am not sure about why sleep is not working for you hopefully this will help with that. The numbers were off a bit from what I had in the q6600 Post installer which is where some of the issues could come from but it would be nothing to do with the NTFS-3g
Once you let me know how the new dsdt works I can add it to the installer. Please test and report back.
Just drag and drop this into place
Well you must go into system preferences and energy saver and select restart after power failure in order for sleep to work correctly not sure why that is but it is.
Here is the modded dsdt let me know how it works
Thanks! I'll give it a shot. I only have 'Put the hard disk to sleep' and 'Allow power button to sleep computer' checkboxes right now. I'll let you know how it goes.
Even though I don't have the wake for network access button, Wake on Lan definitely works. I use it daily. I have an Airport Extreme in my house, but it's not my router - it's just a wireless device. I wonder if that's why I don't have that checkbox.
I'll try that and let you know on sunday afternoon (i'm staying at some friends for the week end)
I guess my OC doesn't change the values the psstate shows ?
on your screenshot i see that you checked "put the hard drives to sleep", this is unchecked on my system. It is very unlikely that it prevents my system to go to sleep
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