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Hi guys,

Got everything working except for sleep, goes standby but fans keep spinning and hard reset is required.
I have done everything required to run Lion except for patching RTC.

No dsdt needed for this mobo (in Lion), using FakeSMC, removed NullCPU…, smbios and org.chameleon in extra (chimera boot)

Do I need to patch RTC or use DSDT?

Thanks

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AFAIK you either need the sleep enabler kext or a dsdt for sleep to work

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Yes same issue here i think anybody can help us

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You need a properly patched DSDT for sleep to work.

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You need a properly patched DSDT for sleep to work.


Even though I don't require one in my Lion install? I specifically bought this mobo to avoid dsdt/sleepenabler.

I will look into this mate, thanks.

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I was having the same problem like you but only I'm using a different motherboard i.e Asus P6T, after the RTC patch, my ML can go to sleep....

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I was having the same problem like you but only I'm using a different motherboard i.e Asus P6T, after the RTC patch, my ML can go to sleep....


Ah, hopefuly that is the case, will try right away, thanks for the notice mate!

Update: Doesn't seem to be working. I patched AppleRTC and replaced in S/L/E but no go, everything goes standby but fans keep spinning and I have to reset.

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Since I'm using DSDT the RTC patch did solve my sleep problem.

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I think sleep is working well but i can't wake my hackintosh up from sleep. The screen stays black and the LED is blinking, but there is no "no signal" message.
I'm using a DSDT and applied the RTC patch. Before I did this, I only got a CMOS reset.

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Sleep for me works fine but not auto sleep as I'm always manually put it to sleep and as for waking up, I just pressing the space bar and clicking my mouse.

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I think sleep is working well but i can't wake my hackintosh up from sleep. The screen stays black and the LED is blinking, but there is no "no signal" message.
I'm using a DSDT and applied the RTC patch. Before I did this, I only got a CMOS reset.


I have darkwake in org.chameleon.Boot.plist like this:
<key>Kernel Flags</key>
<string>-v npci=0x2000 darkwake=0</string>

and It comes back from sleep just fine

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I have darkwake in org.chameleon.Boot.plist like this:

<key>Kernel Flags</key>
<string>-v npci=0x2000 darkwake=0</string>

and It comes back from sleep just fine


Hmm mine is set to 3000:



<key>Kernel Flags</key>
<string>npci=0x3000 darkwake=0</string>


Hopefully this solves my issue because I'm out of ideas, tried just about everything.

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Hmm mine is set to 3000:





Hopefully this solves my issue because I'm out of ideas, tried just about everything.


If darwake doesn't work, try also with:

<key>USBBusFix</key>
<string>Yes</string>

as this fixed wake from sleep on an Asus board that I have.

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If darwake doesn't work, try also with:

<key>USBBusFix</key>
<string>Yes</string>

as this fixed wake from sleep on an Asus board that I have.


Will do bro, thanks. I'll be back with update.

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Tried both, not working Taruga, only fans spinning and hard reset required.

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Bad luck :(
Take a look at tm86 forum, I think there's a lot of people there with the same board

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I did mate, but it's forbidden!!!!! to talk about ML until official release :)
Even if it's for testing purposes.
I would suggest you remove the link/name to their site mate, just in case, perhaps call it tmx86 or something.

Thanks for the help btw

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Snow, AFAIK a DSDT or SleepEnabler is required for sleep, I don't think any hackintosh can sleep without one of them. SleepEnabler is very, very, very, very easy to install, and the DSDT patches are easy; look them up on http://olarila.com/forum/patches.php those patches are what I use.

And, are you sure that AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement is in /S/L/E?

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Snow, AFAIK a DSDT or SleepEnabler is required for sleep, I don't think any hackintosh can sleep without one of them. SleepEnabler is very, very, very, very easy to install, and the DSDT patches are easy; look them up on http://olarila.com/forum/patches.php those patches are what I use.

And, are you sure that AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement is in /S/L/E?


Hey uh, mind if I just call you Pooky? where do some of you come up with these names haha, I need typing lessons to spell some of those

Anywayyyy, on my Lion install I do not use Sleepenabler or DSDT, not needed with Z77-DS3H and I specifically upgraded to that board for that reason.

AppleCPU is in there yup.

Weird innit, I thought ML would require the same as Lion but I guess I'll have to built a dsdt again.

Oh, I'm using Chimera 1.10 if that helps.

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Snow, AFAIK a DSDT or SleepEnabler is required for sleep, I don't think any hackintosh can sleep without one of them. SleepEnabler is very, very, very, very easy to install, and the DSDT patches are easy; look them up on http://olarila.com/forum/patches.php those patches are what I use.

And, are you sure that AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement is in /S/L/E?


I'm using a Z77X UD5H, sleep and wake works fine. I don't use any dsdt.aml or sleepenabler





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