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Hello there!


I've been trying to make my hackintosh perfect fixing every problem that I could find, but i've got stuck in a sleep problem. After going to sleep (the power led turns orange and everything shuts down, like fans and display), the orange power led blinks one time and turns blue (on), and everything turns on again, but the system restarts. Can someone help me?


My specs are:

-Laptop (Acer E5-571-54MC)

-I5 4210u

-HD Graphics 4440

-AR9565 (Wireless card)

-Running OSX 10.12 (10.12.4 breaks wifi)


Everything except bluetooth, that I don't use much and sleep is working with these configurations:

*Clover files.zip;

*System drivers.zip;

-Removed IO80211Family.kext and IO80211FamilyV2.kext from /System/Library/Extensions/;

-Latest VoodooHDA is installed;

-Clover installed in the System disk.


What i've already tried? -

-Removing NullCPUPowerManagement.kext from CLOVER/others;

-Changing darkwake settings in Clover;

-Allowing hibernation in Clover (It works! If It goes to sleep, it still blinks orange one time and restarts, but allows me to start from where I was before!);


Note: If I close the lap's screen or make it sleep forcefully on the apple menu, it stills like nothing happened for about 30~50 seconds, just shutdown screen. If in this moment I press a key or click, the screen instantly turns on again. It seems to happens the same in autosleep.


Thank you very much in advance for any help!

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