I used a USB drive to install Lion 10.7.2 without a hitch (even had sound and networking functioning initially) before using Multibeast 4.2.1 to install a bootloader (Chimera 1.7), enable Intel HD 3000 graphics, and reinstall audio (ALC892) and networking drivers (Lnx2Mac's RealtekRTL81x...), I mean kexts:)
I also used speed stepper in place of the NullCPUPowerManagement.kext to avoid the KP and enable sleep.
The system goes to sleep perfectly, but never fully awakens (LED power light turns solid and fans spin, but the screen never turns back on and the keyboard/mouse are non responsive (clicking the mouse or pushing a key does trigger wake though).
**This thread http://www.tonymacx8...04&hilit=asrock talks about the same issue I am experiencing on my ASRock motherboard in regards to sleep/wake, but uses the z68 chipset instead. I tried deleting the "\_SB.PCI0.SBRG.SIOW (ARG)" references from the WAK section of my own dsdt file and the screen does turn back on afterwards, but the keyboard/mouse remain unresponsive.
Intel i3 2105 CPU
8GB DDR3 RAM
Intel HD 3000 Graphics
25.5in. Monitor using HDMI
*Attached, is the original .aml file for the motherboard; extracted under Windows 7.
Looking back, I wish I would have just bought a fully supported Gigabyte motherboard, but this system was never really meant as a hackintosh to begin with, it was just something I wanted to play around with.
Any help with a dsdt patch that fixes wake would be appreciated, thanks.