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  1. Also, sleep works (on my 610i Asus P5N-MX board) with IDE selected in the bios (instead of AHCI or RAID) and using a PATA hard disk as the Yosemite startup disk and AppleNForceATA-1.0.5. Without AppleNForceATA-1.0.5 it was "still waiting for root device", and I tried about 10 different other AppleNForceATA kexts and they didn't work including AppleNForceATA.imk64bit.kext. The device id's are in AppleNForceATA-1.0.5 for my board's PATA 0x056c10de, but it's more than just adding a device id to any old AppleNForceATA as I did that on some AppleNForceATA kexts and just got a "still waiting for root device" or an error about the added device id was unsupported by that particular AppleNForceATA kext. The AppleNForceATA needs to have been coded and compiled in the right sort of way, so the different AppleNForceATA's that are floating around can give different results. I couldn't be bothered recoding and recompiling AppleNForceATA and all of the testing that goes along with it, and by sheer luck AppleNForceATA-1.0.5 works with my board and Yosemite in IDE and SATA bios modes. So, try to get hold of your ide/raid/sata device id's for your chipset using linux (lspci -nn), windows or looking around the net and see if it's in the AppleNForceATA-1.0.5 device id list and AppleNForceATA-1.0.5 may hopefully work, maybe, if you are lucky and the wind is blowing in the right direction. The device id's in AppleNForceATA-1.0.5 are NForce PATA 0x01bc10de 0x006510de 0x008510de 0x00d510de 0x00e510de 0x003510de 0x005310de 0x026510de 0x036e10de 0x03ec10de 0x044810de 0x056010de 0x056c10de 0x075910de NForce SATA 0x008e10de 0x00e310de 0x00ee10de 0x003610de 0x003e10de 0x005410de 0x005510de 0x026610de 0x026710de 0x037e10de 0x037f10de 0x03e710de 0x03f610de 0x03f710de 0x044c10de 0x044d10de 0x044e10de 0x044f10de 0x045c10de 0x045d10de 0x045e10de 0x045f10de 0x055010de 0x055110de 0x055210de 0x055310de 0x055410de 0x055510de 0x055610de 0x055710de 0x055810de 0x055910de 0x055A10de 0x055B10de 0x058410de 0x07f010de 0x07f110de 0x07f210de 0x07f310de 0x07f410de 0x07f510de 0x07f610de 0x07f710de 0x07f810de 0x07f910de 0x07fa10de 0x07fb10de 0x0ad010de 0x0ad110de 0x0ad210de 0x0ad310de 0x0ad410de 0x0ad510de 0x0ad610de 0x0ad710de 0x0ad810de 0x0ad910de 0x0ada10de 0x0adb10de 0x0ab410de 0x0ab510de 0x0ab610de 0x0ab710de 0x0ab810de 0x0ab910de 0x0aba10de 0x0abb10de 0x0abc10de 0x0abd10de 0x0abe10de 0x0abf10de 0x0d8410de 0x0d8510de 0x0d8610de 0x0d8710de 0x0d8810de 0x0d8910de 0x0d8a10de 0x0d8b10de 0x0d8c10de 0x0d8d10de 0x0d8e10de 0x0d8f10de
  2. Yes, I didn't mean to imply that it applies to all nforce chipsets, but maybe nforce chipsets with similar OHCI/EHCI USB may work. The main hangup to getting sleep to work in my experience is the USB. It amazed me that my nforce chipset could actually do sleep ok. My nforce USB is OHCI/EHCI rather than the Intel AHCI/EHCI, and disabling Legacy USB made all the difference. Sometimes the board USB has to be disabled and an external PCI/PCI-E USB2/USB3 card used instead. That's what I had to do with a AMD 850 chipset, which had a totally incompatible OHCI/EHCI USB, but once I used an external USB card (NEC USB2 PCI card) then sleep was working fine.
  3. There doesn't seem to be anything much stopping sleep working on nforce chipsets (even with no dsdt), at least with my older nforce 610i/630i chipset (Asus P5N-MX). The usb gets detected by Yosemite as built in using no dsdt. I had to set a jumper on my Asus board to enable S3 sleep and S3 was selected in the bios. The Legacy usb option had to be turned off in the bios, otherwise Yosemite wouldn't go to sleep. The nvidia drivers should be updated to the Web drivers. Both NullPowerMangement and AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement with C states set in the Chameleon boot plist (with HPET enabled in the bios), worked with sleep. Sata was using Generic Sata and Pata works with AppleNForceATA-1.0.5 at least on the master channel. AHCI was selected in the bios. No dsdt was required and the video EFI and C states were done in the Chameleon boot plist and openhaltrestart was added for shutdown/restart cmos reset problems. I've got another Asus older board (P5KPL-CM) with an Intel chipset and it also didn't need a dsdt for sleep to work, basically using the same setup method as for the Asus P5N-MX.
  4. SL on Asus P5N-MX

    Asus P5N-MX (610i chipset) needs PCIRootUID=1 and probably npci=0x3000 for Nvidia graphics card (I'm using a Geforce 210), pretty typical for nvidia chipsets. EFI graphics string can be generated in OSX86Tools Main thing is to choose the right connections for your card ie DVI-I VGA or DVI-I DVI-I etc and the cards memory size. add the string between <string> and </string> and put it all in the org.chameleon.Boot.plist <key>device-properties</key> <string></string> http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/257446-asus-nvidia-geforce-210-1gb-ddr3-working/ http://forum.netkas.org/index.php?topic=222.0 Sound needs a ALC662 VoodooHDA http://www.osx86.net/file/117-voodoohda-for-alc662/ I used OpenHaltRestart to avoid shutdown/restart/cmos reset problems. Sleep may work with the USB device wakeup jumper set to S3 on the motherboard and S3 set in the bios and legacy usb disabled in the bios (otherwise it won't go to sleep and just hangs). Sleep may also work with all USB disabled in the bios and a PCI NEC USB2 card used instead. I get Sleep to work by enabling everthing in APM Configuration and disabling USB Legacy in the bios, and then waking Yosemite via USB using the USB Keyboard Space Bar (the power button might not work correctly as a wake up). No DSDT is needed and any DSDT edits for PIC, TMR, HPET etc just result in sleep breaking. Bios APM Configuration ------------------ Power On By PCI/PCIE Devices [Enabled] Power On By External Modems [Enabled] Power On By RTC Alarm [Enabled] HPET Support [Enabled] Power On By Keyboard [space Bar] Power On By PS/2 Mouse [Enabled] -------------- Ethernet works with nForceLAN (0.64.5) http://www.osx86.net/file/1942-nforce-lan/ nvenet.kext in the plugins folder of IONetworkingFamily wants to load as well as the nForceLAN kext, so nvenet.kext needs to be removed and the extension cache needs to be rebuilt (just drag the Caches folder in /System/Library to the trash and reboot. Interesting things happens with the inbuilt nvidia video and a Geforce PCI-E card (Geforce 210). NVDANV50Hal(Tesla) wants to load for the inbuilt nvidia video and also load for the Geforce PCI-E card, resulting in a black screen even though the EFI graphics string is right for the Geforce PCI-E card. The nForceLAN kext loading seems to stop the inbuilt nvidia video being loaded by NVDANV50Hal, so then the Geforce PCI-E card can get loaded by itself and function normally. The best thing to do would be to add a device id for only your card to NVDAGF100Hal.kext or NVDAGK100Hal.kext or NVDANV50HalTesla.kext and don't add or allow any other device ids, forcing the nvidia kext to just load just for your nvidia PCI-E card. ie <key>IOMatchCategory</key> <string>IOService</string> <key>IOPCIPrimaryMatch</key> <string> 0x0a6510de&0xffe0ffff </string> This AppleNForceATA is the only one that works with PATA (IDE) on Yosemite, that I've found. Otherwise it's the old "still waiting for root device" routine. It might work on others as well , Snow, Mountain, El Capitan, although AppleNForceATA-1.06 is apparently for El Capitan. AppleNForceATA-1.0.5 http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/304768-applenforceata-106/ Set Bios to AHCI. Tested on an Asus P5N-MX with a 610i chipset. PATA interface is "10de:056c" and is also called "MCP73 IDE". SATA interface is "10de:07f4" for AHCI mode, and "10de:07f8" for RAID mode. AppleNForceATA-1.0.5.zip
  5. It's some journaling bug with some drives. Just turn journaling off for the drive. In terminal diskutil disableJournal /Volumes/TheVolumeName ------------ Using Disk Utility To turn journaling on and off using Disk Utility: Open Disk Utility (located in Applications/Utilities). Select the volume to enable or disable journaling on. To enable, click the Enable Journaling button or choose Enable Journaling from the File menu. To disable journaling, choose Disable Journaling from the File menu. Note: In Mac OS X 10.4 and later, press Option to make Disable Journaling visible in the File menu.
  6. Asus P5N-MX (610i chipset) needs PCIRootUID=1 and probably npci=0x3000 for Nvidia graphics card (I'm using a Geforce 210), pretty typical for nvidia chipsets. EFI graphics string can be generated in OSX86Tools Main thing is to choose the right connections for your card ie DVI-I VGA or DVI-I DVI-I etc and the cards memory size. add the string between <string> and </string> and put it all in the org.chameleon.Boot.plist <key>device-properties</key> <string></string> http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/257446-asus-nvidia-geforce-210-1gb-ddr3-working/ http://forum.netkas.org/index.php?topic=222.0 Sound needs a ALC662 VoodooHDA http://www.osx86.net/file/117-voodoohda-for-alc662/ I used OpenHaltRestart to avoid shutdown/restart/cmos reset problems. Sleep may work with the USB device wakeup jumper set to S3 on the motherboard and S3 set in the bios and legacy usb disabled in the bios (otherwise it won't go to sleep and just hangs). Sleep may also work with all USB disabled in the bios and a PCI NEC USB2 card used instead. I get Sleep to work by enabling everthing in APM Configuration and disabling USB Legacy in the bios, and then waking Yosemite via USB using the USB Keyboard Space Bar (the power button might not work correctly as a wake up). No DSDT is needed and any DSDT edits for PIC, TMR, HPET etc just result in sleep breaking. Bios APM Configuration ------------------ Power On By PCI/PCIE Devices [Enabled] Power On By External Modems [Enabled] Power On By RTC Alarm [Enabled] HPET Support [Enabled] Power On By Keyboard [space Bar] Power On By PS/2 Mouse [Enabled] -------------- Ethernet works with nForceLAN (0.64.5) http://www.osx86.net/file/1942-nforce-lan/ nvenet.kext in the plugins folder of IONetworkingFamily wants to load as well as the nForceLAN kext, so nvenet.kext needs to be removed and the extension cache needs to be rebuilt (just drag the Caches folder in /System/Library to the trash and reboot. Interesting things happens with the inbuilt nvidia video and a Geforce PCI-E card (Geforce 210). NVDANV50Hal(Tesla) wants to load for the inbuilt nvidia video and also load for the Geforce PCI-E card, resulting in a black screen even though the EFI graphics string is right for the Geforce PCI-E card. The nForceLAN kext loading seems to stop the inbuilt nvidia video being loaded by NVDANV50Hal, so then the Geforce PCI-E card can get loaded by itself and function normally. The best thing to do would be to add a device id for only your card to NVDAGF100Hal.kext or NVDAGK100Hal.kext or NVDANV50HalTesla.kext and don't add or allow any other device ids, forcing the nvidia kext to just load just for your nvidia PCI-E card. ie <key>IOMatchCategory</key> <string>IOService</string> <key>IOPCIPrimaryMatch</key> <string> 0x0a6510de&0xffe0ffff </string>
  7. Asus P5N-MX (610i chipset) needs PCIRootUID=1 and probably npci=0x3000 for Nvidia graphics card (I'm using a Geforce 210), pretty typical for nvidia chipsets. EFI graphics string can be generated in OSX86Tools Main thing is to choose the right connections for your card ie DVI-I VGA or DVI-I DVI-I etc and the cards memory size. add the string between <string> and </string> and put it all in the org.chameleon.Boot.plist <key>device-properties</key> <string></string> http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/257446-asus-nvidia-geforce-210-1gb-ddr3-working/ http://forum.netkas.org/index.php?topic=222.0 Sound needs a ALC662 VoodooHDA http://www.osx86.net/file/117-voodoohda-for-alc662/ I used OpenHaltRestart to avoid shutdown/restart/cmos reset problems. Sleep may work with the USB device wakeup jumper set to S3 on the motherboard and S3 set in the bios and legacy usb disabled in the bios (otherwise it won't go to sleep and just hangs). Sleep may also work with all USB disabled in the bios and a PCI NEC USB2 card used instead. I get Sleep to work by enabling everthing in APM Configuration and disabling USB Legacy in the bios, and then waking Yosemite via USB using the USB Keyboard Space Bar (the power button might not work correctly as a wake up). No DSDT is needed and any DSDT edits for PIC, TMR, HPET etc just result in sleep breaking. Bios APM Configuration ------------------ Power On By PCI/PCIE Devices [Enabled] Power On By External Modems [Enabled] Power On By RTC Alarm [Enabled] HPET Support [Enabled] Power On By Keyboard [space Bar] Power On By PS/2 Mouse [Enabled] -------------- Ethernet works with nForceLAN (0.64.5) http://www.osx86.net/file/1942-nforce-lan/ nvenet.kext in the plugins folder of IONetworkingFamily wants to load as well as the nForceLAN kext, so nvenet.kext needs to be removed and the extension cache needs to be rebuilt (just drag the Caches folder in /System/Library to the trash and reboot. Interesting things happens with the inbuilt nvidia video and a Geforce PCI-E card (Geforce 210). NVDANV50Hal(Tesla) wants to load for the inbuilt nvidia video and also load for the Geforce PCI-E card, resulting in a black screen even though the EFI graphics string is right for the Geforce PCI-E card. The nForceLAN kext loading seems to stop the inbuilt nvidia video being loaded by NVDANV50Hal, so then the Geforce PCI-E card can get loaded by itself and function normally. The best thing to do would be to add a device id for only your card to NVDAGF100Hal.kext or NVDAGK100Hal.kext or NVDANV50HalTesla.kext and don't add or allow any other device ids, forcing the nvidia kext to just load just for your nvidia PCI-E card. ie <key>IOMatchCategory</key> <string>IOService</string> <key>IOPCIPrimaryMatch</key> <string> 0x0a6510de&0xffe0ffff </string>
  8. This AppleNForceATA is the only one that works with PATA (IDE) on Yosemite, that I've found. Otherwise it's the old "still waiting for root device" routine. It might work on others as well , Snow, Mountain, El Capitan, although AppleNForceATA-1.06 is apparently for El Capitan. AppleNForceATA-1.0.5 http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/304768-applenforceata-106/ Set Bios to AHCI. Tested on an Asus P5N-MX with a 610i chipset. PATA interface is "10de:056c" and is also called "MCP73 IDE". SATA interface is "10de:07f4" for AHCI mode, and "10de:07f8" for RAID mode. AppleNForceATA-1.0.5.zip
  9. This AppleNForceATA is the only one that works with PATA (IDE) on Yosemite, that I've found. Otherwise it's the old "still waiting for root device" routine. It might work on others as well , Snow, Mountain, El Capitan, although AppleNForceATA-1.06 is apparently for El Capitan. AppleNForceATA-1.0.5 http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/304768-applenforceata-106/ Set Bios to AHCI. Tested on an Asus P5N-MX with a 610i chipset. PATA interface is "10de:056c" and is also called "MCP73 IDE". SATA interface is "10de:07f4" for AHCI mode, and "10de:07f8" for RAID mode. AppleNForceATA-1.0.5.zip
  10. Retail 10.6.8 Sleep on Asus X71Vn (M71VN)

    Sometimes the sleepimage file can not be written to the hard disk for whatever reasons and everything just hangs. If hibernate is set to anything other than 0, then the computer just hangs after it goes to sleep if the sleepimage file can't be written and then a restart is necessary. A possible solution is to set the hibernate mode to 0 which is sleep that doesn't use the sleepimage file. In terminal enter sudo pmset hibernatemode 0 and enter your password to execute pmset. The currently set hibernate mode can be viewed by entering in terminal pmset -g
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