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**Updated** SleepEnabler for 10.6.5


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Update

Here is the proper SleepEnabler that works for 10.6.5. It is for both 32 & 64Bit.

Attached File  SleepEnabler_10.6.5_x32_64.zip   14.4KB   10180 downloads

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Hi,

It kernel panics on mine right after loading /E/E

Tried on both 32 and 64 bit - same thing.

I'm on 10.6.1 using vanilla kernel.

Old Sleepenabler works fine.

Repaired permission on /E/E

Specs:

G31m-ES2L rev 1.x
7300LE (soon to be 4650)
4gb ddr2
e5200
etc

What could I have done wrong?

Thank you.

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Hi,

It kernel panics on mine right after loading /E/E

Tried on both 32 and 64 bit - same thing.

I'm on 10.6.1 using vanilla kernel.

Old Sleepenabler works fine.

Repaired permission on /E/E

Specs:

G31m-ES2L rev 1.x
7300LE (soon to be 4650)
4gb ddr2
e5200
etc

What could I have done wrong?

Thank you.


I have not confirmed it on 10.0.0 kernel. A buddy just PM me that it workd for him on kernel 10.0.0.

I Will change the Topic ..

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No more KP on SL 10.6.2




ThanX alot. :unsure:
no more KP on 10.2 Kernel !

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Hi,

It kernel panics on mine right after loading /E/E

Tried on both 32 and 64 bit - same thing.

I'm on 10.6.1 using vanilla kernel.


You should try to rebuild cache and fix permissions again to get the new kext working, SL is fickity with new kexts.

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Thanks a lot :)
Now i just need a new AppleHDA.kext ...

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Thanks! will this continue to happen after every major release? Anything I can do about it?

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Hi,

It kernel panics on mine right after loading /E/E

Tried on both 32 and 64 bit - same thing.

I'm on 10.6.1 using vanilla kernel.

Old Sleepenabler works fine.

Repaired permission on /E/E

Specs:

G31m-ES2L rev 1.x
7300LE (soon to be 4650)
4gb ddr2
e5200
etc

What could I have done wrong?

Thank you.

Netkas said it will not work on 10.6.1 ONLY 10.6.2

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I'd assume this SE update is backward compatible with the older kernel versions of SL?

MAJ

Edit: Just saw post above after posting. Guess I'd better keep both just in case.
So, ouch. These updates are going to get a little tricky for those who don't RTFM! Expect more noobiies and KPs! :P

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Just a note:
If the SleepEnabler doeesnt work for you for whatever reason you can go back to the 10.6.1 Kernel ( if you have it backed up ) and the machine will boot. Worked for me before I found out about the new SleepEnabler

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No more KP on SL 10.6.2


After KP i use my bacup-system an use your SleepEnabler for 10.6.2.kext.
After reboot my system boot and work fine.

Thanks :(

My system:
GA-P35-DS3
DC2 8200
Nvidia 9800 GTX
DSDT

Everything works

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So, ouch. These updates are going to get a little tricky for those who don't RTFM! Expect more noobiies and KPs! :(

I agree. It's amazing to see how many jump in without first reading.. It will cause confusion :)

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false floor backup :(

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I also get a Kernel Panic because of sleepenabler, is there anyway to boot into my snow leopard partition and replace the old sleepenabler with the new one. USB boot maybe?

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Ok I got my SL working again by going into windows 7, installing MacDrive and replacing the old SleepEnabler.kext with the new one! Gotta love software like MacDrive!

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Just upgraded to 10.6.2 with the new SleepEnabler. My computer will not wake from sleep. Any ideas?
The screen stays off, and the computer appears not to respond. O_o
Thnx

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For those at whom restart after a sleep

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Why sleep becomes shutdown after using the new Sleepenable.kext, the same situation in 10.6.1 with the old kext.

Is there anything I should do in BIOS?

My MB is Gigabyte P43-ES3G

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I have to delete this kext. Can someone please explain with a walkthru on how to do this. This is for the update to 10.6.2. Snow is working vanilla install . I have tried OSX tools. Not that good with terminal...
Thx Kindly.

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Go to /System/Library/Extensions folder, find your kext and remove it.





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