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Hello, I just made myself a new computer.

i7 2600k, GA-Z68-UD3, 2 x 4 GB RAM and 570GTX from other computer.

And installed OS X, everything works fine except couple problems, that I cannot fix and hope you guys will help me.

First, computer doesn't go to sleep on it's own
Somehow it started working ok.

Second, if I put computer to sleep manually and wake it up with some USB device (for example a keyboard).
Then that device stops working and I need to reconnect it.

Third, after booting to OS X and back to Windows computer clock is set 2 hours backwards.

Also after sleep I get this errors spamming the console

This one stops after reconnecting usb device that wake the computer up.
kernel: E:[AppleUSBBluetoothHCIController][InterruptReadHandler] Received kIOUSBHighSpeedSplitError error - retrying: 288.

This one never stops. Only after reboot.
kernel: FireWire GUID ffffffffffffffff is invalid!

Edit1: Auto sleep is working.

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Third, after booting to OS X and back to Windows computer clock is set 2 hours backwards.


If you are running Windows 7, then you need to setup a registry entry.

Open Regedit, drill down to:
HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\TimeZoneInformation
and create a new DWORD entry named “RealTimeIsUniversal”. Set the value to 1.
Reboot the system and the clock will work correctly in both Windows and OS X

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If you are running Windows 7, then you need to setup a registry entry.

Open Regedit, drill down to:
HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\TimeZoneInformation
and create a new DWORD entry named “RealTimeIsUniversal”. Set the value to 1.
Reboot the system and the clock will work correctly in both Windows and OS X


Thank you.

Anyone knows how to fix the USB problem. It looks like this is with all Z68 motherboard. USB hubs and devices are disconnected after waking up from sleep. Some of devices reconnect on their own, but some needs to be reconnected manually.

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How did u get it to sleep on its own? i cant get my build to sleep unless i do it manually

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Do you have any kexts in E/E? if so, move them to S/L/E, rebuild caches and repair permissions, then delete the mkext and any backups in Extra/

Then add UseKernelCache=Yes to org.chameleon.boot.plist/com.apple.boot.plist depending on your bootloader





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