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DSDT/SMBios and Sleep

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I flashed my BIOS with the latest 1617-modified BIOS from http://biosrepo.wordpress.com/asus/z77/. This allowed me to install 10.8.0 without any issues. With help from Rampage Dev, I got a working DSDT for the rest of the system functions to work fine. Before I installed the Extras Folder (that included the DSDT, org.chameleon.boot.plist and SMBios.plst) the sleep function worked due to the modded BIOS. However now that those files are installed the system will no longer sleep. What in these 3 files would cause that? Can I remove that part of the file to fix the sleep but not damage the rest of the fixed problems?


Also as a note.. My system used to show that it was an iMac 12,1 but Rampage Dev changed the SMBios to show it as a Mac Pro 3,1. Could this affect the sleep function?


Attached are the files that I installed if you want a look. Any direction would be great.


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be more specific,

automatic sleep, sleep from menu, sleep from powerbutton, etc. does not work.


can be DSDT, can be SMBIOS

look for any error messages in console, that point to something


try terminal

pmset -g assertions

and let us know, what you get

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