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ios9 posted a topic in Power ManagementHi Guys I'm trying to get my ASUS X53E almost fully working hackintosh and need some one help to do powermangement. I'll explain what I did so far ..... First my model is ASUS X53E-SX399V with Motherboard Version:K53E and i5 sandybridge. Full specs can be found in this ASUS site link below http://www.asus.com/au/Notebooks_Ultrabooks/X53E#specifications I followed the tutorial from the below link up-to my installation. http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/282471-asus-n53sm-mountain-lion/ For the post installation I used Asus Series Tool for Sandy and Ivy Brigde 2.0 from below OSX86 downloads link. http://www.osx86.net/files/file/3632-asus-series-tool-for-sandy-and-ivy-brigde/?st=20#commentsStart So far after doing above all steps I've got only these below list as working,, 1.HD 3000 Graphics (QE/CI) 2.Audio (Voodoo HDA) 3.Wifi (Changed Atheros to BCM4312) 4.Ethernet 5.Keyboard.Trackpad, Mouse 6.Function Keys (Volume, Brightness,Sleep,Display Off) 7.USB (2.0,3.0) These are my non functioning features list 1.Sleep 2.Restart 3.Shutdown (After shutdown fan and power button led still running) 4.Hibernate 5.Battery ( Always shows condition replace) 6.Function Keys (Brightness working (but no OSD), Wifi (turns off but can't turn it on back), and there is no On screen displays for any of the function keys except for volume) Below I'm attaching my Hardware Info and Dsdt files extracted from ubuntu live cd Ubuntu extracted DSDT n Hardware info.zip and also couple of dsdt files which I've got it from guides to try DSDT files got from guides.zip. Please help me with DSDT and power management,
Hello Everyone, So after weeks of testing and tweaking, it seems that this is the only noticeable issue I have with my Hackintosh. Basically, what happens is that the computer will go to sleep after 1.5 hours as per the setting in “System Preferences.” It will sleep, and wake normally within a certain amount of time as well. The problem is that after a certain amount of hours not being woken up, the computer will restart itself. I will wake up in the morning and find it sitting at the Clover boot screen. In an attempt to fix this, I have turned off “Wake for Network” and “Restart on Power Failure”. I have also turned off some settings in OS X such as “Wake for Network” and “Nap”. I have also attempted to set the Hibernate to setting “0” but this has had no affect. At this point it is probably an issue with the settings, but I don’t have enough understanding to know what setting to change, or where. If someone could help me look at this, I would really appreciate it. …. SPECS: GA-Z87X-UD5 TH NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 3072 MB (SC) Corsair Vengeance LP - 16 GB 1600 DDR3 RAM 3.5 GHz Intel Core i7 (OC to 4.3 GHz) Rosewill PCI WiFi card Samsung Evo 840 500GB SSD (OS X) SanDisk 120 GB (Windows 8.1) SanDisk 120 GB (Storage) Seagate Barracuda 3 TB HDD …. FILES: Here are my Config.plist, DSDT.aml, and SSDT.aml files. http://jeffwalker.ca/hackintosh/CLM-Hackintosh.zip