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**Updated** SleepEnabler for 10.6.5


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No more KP on SL 10.6.2



it seems to work to me... but it really doesn't ;)

go to sleep, go wake but i try to see an .avi or listen some music, the audio doesn't work properly.
some strange noise over.

anybody has an idea to how to fix this?
i use voodooHDA.kext

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Thought this worked for me too, but when I "wake up" my Snow Leopard, I don't see the mouse. Sometimes the OSX error sound loops as well.

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It does not work for me on 10.6.2 and a P5K-VM Mobo.

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Hi folks !


I can't find sleepenabler.* files on my OS X 10.6 partition... where do I have to copy the files from netkas to ???

I also can't find AppleIntel*.* on my OS X 10.6 partition... can anyone tell me how to delete the requested files and bring 10.6.2 to boot again ?

I updated a running 10.6 vanilla installation to 10.6.2 and I got kernel panics while booting, KP on sleepenabler and can't find any files to remove/replace with sleepenabler from netkas...

Any help would be great !!! :-)


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my CPU would be at 100%

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this worked wonderfully for me. thanks!

I had to go into system prefs under energy sharing and enable awake on power failure but now it's all dandy.

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Can someone please guide me to get this updated on my hack. I have Hazard 10.6.2 works great on my Acer 4810T timeline laptop except "Sleep". I have all the kexts required installed too but it does not work.

When I click "Sleep", I hear the hard disk spins down and at the same time it freezes my laptop. Noting happens from there and I have to do a hard shutdown and then restart.

Please I need someone's help so badly. This is the only thing annoying me so far on this beauty.

Thanks in advance...//

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Were U mentioning me in this post Digital? LOL

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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For those at whom restart after a sleep

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I have a EP45-UDP3 at 10.6.2 and systems goes to sleep but the does not wake properly (it does the looping restart thing on wakeup... UD3P owners will know what I am talking about)

Also, I don't have the optoin "Startup Automatically after a power failure"
Anyone know how I get this option back (or what might cause it not to be there)?
Could this be related to the problem of not waking properly from sleep?
Thanks

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AppleLPC.kext not loaded?

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is this works for dell inspiron mini 10v ?

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I'm using this, it goes into sleep, but when i move the mouse to get back from sleep, it just boot like when i just turn on the computer.
Any idea for this?

My "/extra/extensions/" folder contains this:
-fakesmc.kext
-PlatformUUID.kext
-OpenHaltRestart.kext
-NullCPUPowerManagement.kext ( maybe this is the problem? )
-ApplePS2Controller.kext ( I dont have ps2 device, so this is needed? )
-AppleACPIPS2Nub.kext ( I dont have ps2 device, so this is needed? )
-LegacyAppleRTC_32bit_Only.kext ( I run SL in 64bit mode, so this is needed? )

-ALC662.kext (it is need for sound)

My mb is Gigabyte G31M-S2L.

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I'm using this, it goes into sleep, but when i move the mouse to get back from sleep, it just boot like when i just turn on the computer.
Any idea for this?

My "/extra/extensions/" folder contains this:
-fakesmc.kext
-PlatformUUID.kext
-OpenHaltRestart.kext
-NullCPUPowerManagement.kext ( maybe this is the problem? )
-ApplePS2Controller.kext ( I dont have ps2 device, so this is needed? )
-AppleACPIPS2Nub.kext ( I dont have ps2 device, so this is needed? )
-LegacyAppleRTC_32bit_Only.kext ( I run SL in 64bit mode, so this is needed? )

-ALC662.kext (it is need for sound)

My mb is Gigabyte G31M-S2L.



You don't have all of the boxes checked in Preferences -> Energy Saver

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Now, I reinstalled the whole OS, it's faster now, and it goes to sleep, but on wake up, my display doesn't turns on. After wake up, I can open the cd tray with F12 for example, just the monitor not turning on. And display sleep not working either. (The screen just freeze.) I have an ATI HD4670 1GB (It runs with CI/QE/Rotation).
Tried to boot 64bit and 32bit. Same.
Maybe display driver problem?
(I installed "46XX Series Universal Installer", and after that I installed 10.6.2 combo update.)
(Oh and I don't have the "start up automatically after power failure" option in energy saving prefpanel now.)

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Now, I reinstalled the whole OS, it's faster now, and it goes to sleep, but on wake up, my display doesn't turns on. After wake up, I can open the cd tray with F12 for example, just the monitor not turning on. And display sleep not working either. (The screen just freeze.) ....

Just ran into the same problem.

Fixed my AppleLCD.kext so I can now get "Start up automatically after power failure" option in Energy Saver Preferences.

Added SleepEnabler.kext to

AHCIPortInjector.kext
FakeSMC.kext
IOAHCIBlockStorageInjector.kext
NullCPUPowerManagement.kext
OpenHaltRestart.kext
PlatformUUID.kext

in E/E folder; repaired permissions; restarted. Now computer will go to sleep; it will also wake up (light on front stops blinking, turns on solid), but my monitor will not wake up -- monitor's power light stays yellow (it has on/off button that's green when fully on, yellow when asleep).

Dell Dimension e520 Core2 Duo
nVidia GeForce 7300 SE (set in com.apple.Boot.plist, not with kext)

Also have this rather strange entry in System Profiler (why does my monitor not show under Display Connector, but separately?):

Displays:
Display Connector:
Status: No Display Connected
DELL E228WFP:
Resolution: 1680 x 1050 @ 60 Hz
Pixel Depth: 32-Bit Color (ARGB8888)
Main Display: Yes
Mirror: Off
Online: Yes
Rotation: Supported

Anyone know how fix this and get monitor to wake up after sleep?

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Topic Updated... Check first Post.

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working on 10.6.3 perfectly.

thanks a lot!!

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Topic Updated... Check first Post.

Nice (but a little confusing). Might help if you explained what the arguments can be and what strings should be entered in com.apple.Boot.plist (afraid I don't know what a pmVersion, or even a "pm" is). :)

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Nice (but a little confusing). Might help if you explained what the arguments can be and what strings should be entered in com.apple.Boot.plist (afraid I don't know what a pmVersion, or even a "pm" is). :P


pmVersion=0 (Disable SleepEnabler)
pmVersion=17 (10.6.0/1)
pmVersion=18 (10.6.2)
pmVersion=19 (10.6.3)

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pmVersion=0 (Disable SleepEnabler)
pmVersion=17 (10.6.0/1)
pmVersion=18 (10.6.2)
pmVersion=19 (10.6.3)

Thanks. That helps a lot.





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