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ASUS P5KC Lion Installation - almost perfect - missing SLEEP

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Hi guys,

after a dozen failed installations, I finally managed to upgrade my SnowLeo Hack to Lion thanks to iAtkos L2 DVD.

One kext at the time and all is working, as you can see from my signature: Dual monitor, all USBs, internal audio, ethernet, esata connector etc.

The only blemish on this near-perfect installation is the infamous sleep mode.

I've googled a lot but, with no success, to find a way to make sleep work.

Before I stop trying, I would like to know, from the smartest guy on the web, if someone has got a solution for this.

Thanks in advance for any kind answer.

 

Have a nice day

 

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Correct sleep depends on many things. What exactly is not working? Not sleeping at all / waking instantly or something else?



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Find user Scrax. He has a very good guide for this board. Another issue is that you used itakos which is user frendly but not Vanilla frendly ;) You should start over and use clean installation disk from Apple. http://www.insanelym...?/topic/194759-[Guida]v2-SnowLeopard-32/64bit-10.6.7Vanilla.-PERFETTA-e-SEMPLICISSIMA!-NO-DISABLER!-AGG:23.03.11 This is the guide. Use Google translate.

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Thank you guys for your answers.

When I select stop from Apple menu the monitors goes blank and the fans increase their spins. The machine is down. I need to restart and sometimes the BIOS setting are screwed.

This few days of Lion testing has also showed another strange behaviour in the graphic side. Sometimes (after a few hours of operations, maybe) suddenly the graphic became messy, with a lot o blocks portion of the screens overriding each other and with the mouse stucked for a few seconds. I can't to use any finder menu, even to reboot the machine so I need to press the power button for a hard shutdown. I've also tried to use the sharing desktop function but the client connect and stays black.

 

Find this in the console:

 

 

06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: NVDA(OpenGL): Channel exception! exception type = 0x6 = Fifo: Parse Error
06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: IOVendorGLContext::ReportGPURestart 
06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: 00000069
06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: NVDA(OpenGL): Channel exception! exception type = 0xd = GR: SW Notify Error
06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: 0000006e
06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: 00200000 00008297 00000474 00000010
06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: 0000047e 00000dfc 00000400 00000014
06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: 00000000 00000000 00000403
06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: 00000010 00000000
06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: NVDA(OpenGL): Channel exception! exception type = 0xd = GR: SW Notify Error
06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: 0000006e
06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: 00200000 00008297 00000474 00000010
06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: 0000047e 00000dfc 00000400 00000014
06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: 00000000 00000000 00000403
06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: 00000010 00000000
06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: NVDA(OpenGL): Channel exception! exception type = 0xd = GR: SW Notify Error
06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: 0000006e
06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: 00200000 00008297 00000474 00000010
06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: 0000047e 00000dfc 00000400 00000014
06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: 00000000 00000000 00000403
06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: 00000010 00000000
06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: NVDA(OpenGL): Channel exception! exception type = 0xd = GR: SW Notify Error
06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: 0000006e
06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: 00200000 00008297 00000474 00000010
06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: 0000047e 00000dfc 00000400 00000014
06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: 00000000 00000000 00000403
06/10/13 15:45:45,000 kernel: 00000010 00000000
06/10/13 15:45:46,000 kernel: NVDA(OpenGL): Channel exception! exception type = 0xd = GR: SW Notify Error
06/10/13 15:45:46,000 kernel: 0000006e
06/10/13 15:45:46,000 kernel: 00200000 00008297 00000474 00000010
06/10/13 15:45:46,000 kernel: 0000047e 00000dfc 00000400 00000014
06/10/13 15:45:46,000 kernel: 00000000 00000000 00000403
06/10/13 15:45:46,000 kernel: 00000010 00000000
06/10/13 15:45:46,000 kernel: NVDA(OpenGL): Channel exception! exception type = 0xd = GR: SW Notify Error
06/10/13 15:45:46,000 kernel: 0000006e
06/10/13 15:45:46,000 kernel: 00200000 00008297 00000474 00000010
06/10/13 15:45:46,000 kernel: 0000047e 00000dfc 00000400 00000014
06/10/13 15:45:46,000 kernel: 00000000 00000000 00000403
06/10/13 15:45:46,000 kernel: 00000010 00000000
06/10/13 15:45:46,000 kernel: NVDA(OpenGL): Channel exception! exception type = 0xd = GR: SW Notify Error
06/10/13 15:45:46,000 kernel: 0000006e
06/10/13 15:45:46,000 kernel: 00200000 00008297 00000474 00000010
06/10/13 15:45:46,000 kernel: 0000047e 00000dfc 00000400 00000014
06/10/13 15:45:46,000 kernel: 00000000 00000000 00000403
06/10/13 15:45:46,000 kernel: 00000010 00000000
06/10/13 15:45:46,000 kernel: NVDA(OpenGL): Channel exception! exception type = 0xd = GR: SW Notify Error
06/10/13 15:45:46,000 kernel: 0000006e
06/10/13 15:45:46,000 kernel: 00200000 00008297 00000474 00000010
06/10/13 15:45:46,000 kernel: 0000047e 00000dfc 00000400 00000014
06/10/13 15:45:46,000 kernel: 00000000 00000000 00000403
06/10/13 15:45:46,000 kernel: 00000010 00000000


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For bios reset you need this patch;
http://www.insanelym...y-AppleRTC.kext





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