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  1. germanicus

    Cannot wake Thinkpad from hibernate mode

    Guys, that worked for me. My Laptop isn't going to hibernate any more. :-D Edit: When I force sleep mode in the menu, hibernate mode is activated regardless. :-/ Seems, I have to tune a bit more...
  2. germanicus

    Cannot wake Thinkpad from hibernate mode

    So, the solution is probably in this 2 links: http://wingedboar.net/2012/02/20/disable-safesleep-hibernation-mac-os-x/ and http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=2012060101021939 I have now set and We'll see, if this really turns the solution for the pain. I'll come back.
  3. germanicus

    Cannot wake Thinkpad from hibernate mode

    Thank you, i will try that. How does PleaseSleep affect the system? I mean, does it inhibit hibernate mode or does it support it? When it's supporting hibernate, how can i wake my Thinkpad (power button?)?
  4. Hello, I have a fully working OS X 10.8.5 on my Lenovo Thinkpad R61 with Core2Duo T7250. Also Sleep is partially working. I used chameleon wizard to generate C-States and P-States. I also activated "Enable C2, C3, C4-States" and "CST using System IO" (whatever that means). "Drop SSDT" is off. I also set "Darkwake=10" in org.chameleon.Boot.plist. When I click on "Ruhezustand" which means "sleep mode" in english, it goes to sleep and is waking up with a short tip on the power button. The system is then instantly on without booting. On the Thinkpads case there's a moon icon lighting, when this sleep-mode is activated. When I close the lid during normal operation, sleep is also working. It beeps and goes to sleep (with moon icon lighting). My problem: If some time goes by (some hours, e.g. at night), the Thinkpad goes to hibernate mode, i assume. Then the moon icon is off, the cpu fan is running and i cannot wake the Laptop any more with a tip on the power button or keyboard or mouse. Only chance to get it running again is to press the power button for 5 seconds. Then it shuts down and i can boot it up the normal way. That's really not satisfying because open files are not closed and the file system gets screwed some time. ;-) My question: I am very comfortable with the "normal" sleep mode. I do not really need the hibernate mode (if it would work, it would be nice though). Is it possible to deactivate this hibernate mode in a easy way (maybe deactivate some c-state/p-state in chameleon wizard?)? Or is there a easy way to wake up my Thinkpad from that hibernate mode? Thanks in advance. germanicus Hardware: Lenovo Thinkpad R61, Core2Duo T7250 (2 GHz), 3GB RAM, NV140M Software: OS X 10.8.5 (smbios set to Macbook Pro 3,1), DSDT from T61p
  5. Hello, FYI: I own a Lenovo Thinkpad R61with 2GHz, 15" with NVS140M, 1TB SSHD, 3GB RAM. I have it running under Mountain Lion 10.8.5 with no problems (except hibernate mode). I Installed it with vanilla retail, some my hack patches and PROTOCOL X's TSCSync.kext. Regards, germanicus
  6. germanicus

    Project Cartri Bios Closed

  7. is this applehda.kext working with 32bit and/or 64bit kernel?
  8. hello guys. i figured out, that if you use vga-output (at least) on some nvidia cards the first display of the computer is the hdmi/dvi output. so if you (after os x installation) first boot in wrong resolution and change your display resolution you will get a light blue screen without anything (no dock, no icons). you might think this is a hanger or something but if you short press the power button of your hackmac two times with a little pause (first to sleep and second to wake up), you will see that your display comes back on the new monitor. in my case i bought a little vga/dvi adaptor to fit the vga-cable to the dvi port on the nvidia and all went good. think this is worth mentioning and maybe will help someone.
  9. edit your com.apple.boot.plist to 32bit kernel. <key>Kernel Flags</key> <string>arch=i386</string> then pci-slots will work again. it may happen, that the audio driver provided with kakewalk 2.2 will not work with 32bit kernel so you will lose sound. but thats no problem, you can install another audio.kext which is running with 32bit kernel. if all that fails, look here: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php...t&p=1477317 i had the same problems and finally got it working with this solution.
  10. what type of pci-cards did you try? do you run 64bit kernel? if yes, pci-slots will not work in 64bit kernel, only 32bit.
  11. do you use "kext helper b7"? you have to repair the rights and flush the caches, if you have difficulties with the installation. link: http://mac.brothersoft.com/kext-helper.html
  12. voodoohda is {censored}. you should use tmongkol´s 888-hardcoded applehda. link:
  13. try everest: http://www.lavalys.com/support/downloads its a free trial for some days and tells you exactly what hardware you have built in your pc. write it down or copy the log to a file that you always have the facts.
  14. try pci slot #2 some of us have pci cards which kakewalk /10.6.3 (kind of) supports. most of them are wifi cards but it´s possible that it works also with other pci cards. if you don´t have success with kakewalk, try cartri's bios (without kakewalk!). this will sure work with pci cards (depends if SL drivers are available for the cards!!!). link: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=210994 and http://cartri.net/blog/
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