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I already used ncpi=0x2000 and darkwake=0. ncpi=0x3000 and USBBusFix=Yes didn't solve my wake up problem. Under Lion everything works like a charm.



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

Well, then, I stand corrected. :) It must be only for some like my P45-UD3P.

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

ROFL that's just fine, that's usually how I'm known around here. :P If you want to know where I got the name from you can check the last page of the "Explain your nickname thread" in Thunderdome and Random Stuff sub forum (might be the next-to-last page).

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Well, then, I stand corrected. :) It must be only for some like my P45-UD3P.


ROFL that's just fine, that's usually how I'm known around here. :P If you want to know where I got the name from you can check the last page of the "Explain your nickname thread" in Thunderdome and Random Stuff sub forum (might be the next-to-last page).


Thehe, I will check it out mate, as soon as I get sleep working ;)

Forgot to mention that I installed ML on SSD and have 4 other internal HDD's connected (Lion, Win, 2x storage)

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Okay maybe the installation methods that you and Taruga was using are different. As I stand correctly that I can't get ML to got to sleep when I used myhack method but after I did a reinstallation using Ermac's method here ( http://translate.goo...wtopic%3D276216 ) I can get ML go to sleep.

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Okay maybe the installation methods that you and Taruga was using are different. As I stand correctly that I can't get ML to got to sleep when I used myhack method but after I did a reinstallation using Ermac's method here ( http://translate.goo...wtopic%3D276216 ) I can get ML go to sleep.


Well, to be honest I used ####### because I could not manage to create a working install on my USB drive (Missing Essenital Software)
Latest ##### worked for ML but it might have messed up somewhere because I'm sure it's built for ML.

I can't believe this would be the issue in my case though, evertyhing works except sleep. Are all of you with working sleep using Chameleon or Chimera?

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I'm using Chimera 1.10 and I installed ML also with #####. Sleep doesn't work (or rather wake up).

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I'm using Chimera 1.10 and I installed ML also with ######. Sleep doesn't work (or rather wake up).


Ah so now we're getting somewhere, this ###### might have messed up our install drive. I will try another method (more vanilla) later today and report back.
I'm still surpised though that this would be the culprit. I'm sure our install must have other issues besides sleep but I haven't had the time to test it thoroughly.

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Nope, no matter what I try HD's and monitor sleep but fans keep spinning and I have to reset.
I'm so close but I depend on sleep so it's useless to me now.
I've tried just about everything except BIOS tweaks and DSDT (which is not needed)
Everything else works, and very well, even USB 3,0 SuperSpeed Bus is recognised OOTB.

Thanks

Console reports this:

kernel: Sleep failure code 0x00000000 0x19006700

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Well, I'm quite embarrassed now :blush:

Alright here goes, the above error code led me to a post on another forum :plane:

which in turn lead to looking into speedstepper issues but I didn't find a proper solution :wallbash:

So when I was about to gave up again, I laughed and for fun checked my extensions dir again to see if the NullCPU kext was in there (of course not right, that's the first thing to check having sleep issues) :rolleyes:

Well, It was :poster_oops:

Somehow I missed this and sleep is working fine now (of course) :thumbsup_anim:

So thanks all for your help and forgive my stupidity, I'll make sure it won't happen again. :whistle:

Yup, to celebrate I thought I would have a little fun with them smilies, apologies again...

Take care lads and have a great weekend.

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Well, I'm quite embarrassed now :blush:


lol :)

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well nobody is perfect...glad to hear that you solved your problem... :wink2:





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