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  1. I only needed to add the text below to org.chameleon.Boot.plist to get the App store to work. Adding the EFI string resulted in no video (black screen) after booting. <key>EthernetBuiltIn</key> <string>Yes</string> After the change, I performed the following steps: 1) Deleted all of the interfaces in the system preferences/network pane 2) Deleted Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/Networkinterfaces.plist 3) Rebooted 4) Added the Ethernet interface back in system preferences/network Thanks for your help!
  2. 1) I changed PciRoot to PciRootUID as you suggested. This caused the video card to go to sleep during startup. 2) I previously had GenerateCStates in the .plist to no effect, so I removed it. 3) I just removed VooDooHDA as a quick test and there was no change. None of these changes helped the wake from sleep problem.
  3. Hi all, I just updated my 755 SL (10.6.8) system to ML (10.8.4) (fresh install, not ugrade) and have everything working great except for sleep and the app store. I've always had a problem with sleep in SL where it would go into S3, but it would take a few minutes to come back after waking up. (And it would only wake using the front panel power button, not USB.) I've used all of the DSDTs provided by the OP hoping that it would fix the problem. I had high hopes when the system woke up using USB, but I'm having the exact same problem as catalystTGJ described above. Has anyone been able to fix this problem or know where to start? Thanks. Hardware System: Dell Optiplex 755 MT Motherboard: Foxconn LS-36 BIOS: A22 BIOS (also tried A16, A17, A19, A21) Ethernet: Built in 825xx Video: Nvidia 9400GT 1GB Installation MyHack v3.2 Beta 8 Chameleon Wizard v4.2.2 Chameleon v2.2 2555 /Extra DSDT (from OP) SMBios iMac 9,1 (Chameleon Wizard) org.chameleon.Boot.plist <key>GUI</key> <string>Yes</string> <key>Kernel</key> <string>mach_kernel</string> <key>Graphics Mode</key> <string>1680x1050x32</string> <key>GraphicsEnabler</key> <string>Yes</string> <key>PciRoot</key> <string>4</string> <key>GenerateCStates</key> <string>Yes</string> <key>GeneratePStates</key> <string>Yes</string> <key>GenerateCStates</key> <string>Yes</string> Kexts (All in S/L/E) Installed using ##### v5.4.3 1) FakeSMC v5.2.725 2) AppleIntelE1000 v2.4.14 (hnak's) 3) VooDooHDA v2.8.4 4) EvOreboot Installed using Kext Wizard v3.7.10 5) AppleRTC (original SL version 1.3.1) Note: The original ML version (1.5) or ##### patched version still caused CMOS reset.
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    10.6 on Dell optiplex 755

    I updated to 10.6.5 and still have the same problem. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
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    Intel DQ57TM

    Has anyone had any luck installing SL on an Intel DQ57TM? If so, what method did you use?
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    10.6 on Dell optiplex 755

    I'm still losing sleep trying to make sleep work on this thing. Any experts willing to help? FYI, I noticed that when I try to wake from sleep using the power button, it will wake up after 2.5 minutes every time. However it's really unstable and will reboot unexpectedly. Here's an update on the system config: 1. Changed video card to GeForce 9400GT. Works great. 2. Updated to 10.6.4 using the updated SleepEnabler (http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=196466). 3. Tried making a DSDT with the USB fix, but it didn't have any effect. See my post here: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php...8014&st=320 4. Here's a list of what's in the Extras folder. Is there anything I need to add, delete, or update? EvOreboot.kext FakeSMC.kext Intel82566MM.kext IOATAFamily.kext IONetworkingFamily.kext LegacyAppleRTC.kext NullCPUPowerManagement.kext SleepEnabler.kext
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    Dell OptiPlex 755 anyone?

    Were you able to get sleep to work? I wasn't able to with my 755.
  8. If the OS still thinks it's ICH9 then how does this work? I thought the point of changing the device IDs was to trick the OS into thinking it was using an ICH10.
  9. I don't have a problem with USB, just wake from sleep. Will removing AppleHPET fix this? My understanding is that wake from sleep is a problem with the ICH9 and that's why this thread was created. I just want to know why I don't see the ICH10 in the profiler when I know the DSDT has been loaded. (Confirmed by extracting after adding to /Extra.)
  10. I have a Dell 755 (ICH9) that is working great with 10.6.3. My only issue is that I could never get sleep to work. It looks like it goes into sleep mode ok, but won't wake up. I tried the device-ID USB fix detailed at the beginning of this thread, but it had no effect. It looks like the changes to the DSDT are not doing anything. The device IDs reported are the same with or without the DSDT. My DSDT.aml and lspci.txt files are located here: http://www.mediafire.com/?naildek0ymi Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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    10.6 on Dell optiplex 755

    After looking at the boot log, I noticed that the there was an error initializing the LPC that I'm guessing will prevent sleep. Here's the output: ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin::registerLPCDriver - WARNING - LPC device initialization failed: C-state power management not initialized Are there any experts out there that know what might be causing this?
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    10.6 on Dell optiplex 755

    Yes, reboot works fine. I didn't do anything with the DSDT yet. I think the myHack installer made this work. Apparently there are a few advantages coming late to the party. :-)
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    10.6 on Dell optiplex 755

    Yeah, shutdown worked fine from the start. The only thing left to fix is sleep. Here are my installation details: Installed retail OSX 10.6.0 using myHack_Installer_1.0.mpkp. The PC started right up. Very easy install. I upgraded to 10.6.2 using software update with no issues. I made the following mods for the hardware: 1) Ethernet (82566) - Intel82566MM.kext installed with Kext Helper. Works fine, including Gigabit. 2) Audio (AD1984) - AppleAzaliaAudio.kext installed with Kext Helper. Works fine, but audio line out only. (No headphone out, mic, or line in.) FYI, I got all of the audio in/out working with VoodooHDA.kext, but the audio out was noisy so I reinstalled AppleAzaliaAudio.kext. 3) Video (Onboard GMA 3100) - 1024x768 only, no QE/CI. Nothing I tried to fix this worked. 4) Video (ATI X1300 128MB) - I installed this card and got all supported resolutions with QE/CI by just adding device ID 7187 to ATI1300Controller.kext. 5) Video (Radeon HD 2400 XT - RV610) - I tried this card, but could only get one output working. I added device ID 94c1, but this only fixed the resolution and did not provide QE/CI. 6) Video (EVGA 7800GT) - I installed this card and everything is working great. Both outputs with QE/CI! Last night I discovered that AppleLPC.kext was not loading. I fixed it by adding device ID 2914 to AppleLPC.kext. (Other's on this forum said they used device ID 2918, but it didn't work for me. Different version of the chipset.) I thought this would fix the sleep problem, but unfortunately it did not. This is a big problem for me since I frequently use sleep on all my computers. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
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    10.6 on Dell optiplex 755

    I have everything working an Optiplex 755 (BIOS A16) with 10.6.2 except for sleep. If I select Sleep from the Apple menu everything turns off and the front light blinks. At this point there is no USB power and the only way to turn it on is to use the front power button. This will start it up, but there is still no video and no USB. I have to hold the button to power it off so I can restart it again. Anyone have a solution to this sleep problem?