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Hi
I have recently installed Mac OS X Lion 10.7 DP4, and need a little bit of help getting sleep mode working.
When I close the lid of my laptop, nothing happens. When I tell Mac OS X to go into sleep mode, through the Apple Menu, screen turns black, and 2 seconds later, if I press any key or move with the mouse, I'm at the screen where it should be when waking up.
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Any help is appreciated, thanks in advance

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Here are the files

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Here are the files

Attached File  dsdt.KHIT.zip   24.48KB   70 downloads
remove NullCPUPowerManagement

add in boot.plist
<key>GeneratePStates</key>
<string>Yes</string>
<key>GenerateCStates</key>
<string>Yes</string>


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Attached File  dsdt.KHIT.zip   24.48KB   70 downloads
remove NullCPUPowerManagement

add in boot.plist

<key>GeneratePStates</key><BR><string>Yes</string><BR><key>GenerateCStates</key><BR><string>Yes</string>

Added dsdt.aml in Extra folder, removed NullCPUPowerManagement.kext from Extra/Extensions folder, added

<key>GeneratePStates</key><BR><string>Yes</string><BR><key>GenerateCStates</key><BR><string>Yes</string>
to com.apple.boot.plist in Extra folder, and I got a Kernel Panic, which is CPU related.

I have attached pictures from boot. It gives the same result, in both normal mode and verbose mode.

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Well, there seems to be the dsdt.aml causing the KP. As soon as I inserted NullCPUPowerManagement.kext, and kept dsdt.aml, it still gave me a KP. I then removed the dsdt.aml, and then I could boot into the system.

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Well, there seems to be the dsdt.aml causing the KP. As soon as I inserted NullCPUPowerManagement.kext, and kept dsdt.aml, it still gave me a KP. I then removed the dsdt.aml, and then I could boot into the system.

use AppleHDADisabler or remove AppleHDA
I added HDEF in DSDT

Use smbios MacBookPro6,1

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use AppleHDADisabler or remove AppleHDA
I added HDEF in DSDT

Use smbios MacBookPro6,1

Added AppleHDADisabler to S/L/E folder and removed AppleHDA. Repair Permission etc. with Kext Utility for Lion and made a reboot. Again, getting a KP. Have of course removed NullCPUPowerManagement.





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