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  1. Replaced my HD4850 with a HD7770. The old card worked perfectly in ML and Mavericks, except for the occasional ID modding. With the new card, the first problem of booting from a GUID disk was overcome with a boot0af file. The second problem was when HWMonitor was launched, system crashes and was overcome by yanking out GPUsensors. The third happened when waking up from sleep, an empty desktop bereft of icons appears and system freezes. This can be resolved by replacing the AMD kexts from ML but the white screen problem reappears as in ML. Anyone out there having similar Wake from Sleep display freeze and system crash with HD7XXX cards in general or HD7770 in particular and is resolved.
  2. Hi, I have all of my hardware (on my sig) working almost perfectly, what I do not have working is sleep/wake. When setting the computer to sleep, the screen goes black but the computer fans stay spinning. If comes of this "sleep" just fine. From what I've read it this might be fixable using a DSDT. The thing is I do not know if it is possible to use a DSDT with Clover or how to "create" one. Although I'm not computer illiterate I'm a little afraid of ruining my currently pretty nice system. Can I enable sleep/wake without the need of DSDT and using a kext instead? I currently have this BIOS flashed: http://biosrepo.wordpress.com/asrock/z77/ Can someone shed me some lights? Thanks in advance to all the community that's been so helpful since the beginning.
  3. WaldMeister

    Intel HD4000, display wake 10.8.3

    Hi, So, since i updated to 10.8.3 my systems display does not wake anymore after sleep. The system wakes, it's just the Intel HD4000 that does not power on anymore. The nVidia is powered off. Had to edit the DSDT code for 10.8.2, because the same problem occurred, this fix does not work in 10.8.3. Any ideas? DSDT attached. Thank you. DSDT.aml.zip
  4. Hi All, I am currently running on OS X 10.13.1 (High Sierra) and everything works perfectly, besides sleep... I've scoured the internet for an answer but can't figure out how to force my computer to stay asleep (seriously, it's like an infant that's consumed too much sugar). Keeping the computer on 24/7 is wasting so much energy. Here are my specifications: CPU: I7-4790k (Haswell) Memory: 32gb DDR3 GPU: Nvidia 1080ti Gigabyte Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z97X-SLI Network Card: TP-Link Archer T9E (PCI-E Wireless AC) Cooler: Corsair H110i GTX (Corsair Link Connected to USB Header) HDD: 4 SSD's Other Accessories: Oculus Rift, C920 Webcam, Yeti USB Microphone Here are the Kexts/items I've installed into the computer: Clover (UEFI Boot Mode), Drivers (VoodooHDA V2. 9.0d10), 3rd Party SATA, FakeSMC, FakeSMC Plugins, 3rd Party USB 3.0, 7/8/9 Series USB Support, NVIDIA Web Drivers Boot Flag Here is the output of "pmset -g assertions": https://imgur.com/a/Zo4kG Here is what I've done so far: Changes Standby, Autopoweroff, StandbyDelay values Went to BIOS, disabled Wake on Lan Option Changed the darkwake settings to darkwake = no and darkwake = 8,9.. Cried myself to sleep out of frustration At the moment, I turned the hibernatemode to 25 and that seems to shut the computer down automatically. The downside to this is, I need to wait for the computer to completely boot up each time it goes into Hibernate..
  5. I have an ECS 945GCT-M3 Rev. 3.1 successfully up and running with 10.8.1. Everything works great except for wake from sleep. When waking my machine from sleep I get one of the following three issues: System wakes to desktop, but the system is almost completely frozen up. The mouse moves small amounts every second or so, then the system eventually becomes completely unresponsive and goes to a black text prompt. System wakes to a white screen. No mouse cursor, system is not responsive and eventually goes to a black text prompt. System wakes but monitor does not and system is not responsive. In the case of both 1 and 2 the text prompt displays: Kext loading now disabled. Kext unloading now disabled. Kext autounloading now disabled. Kernel requests now disabled. Then, eventually, the system reboots. DSDT: Specs: ♦ ECS 945GCT-M3 Rev. 3.1 ♦ Nvidia 8400GS 512MB ♦ Intel Core 2 Duo E6700 What's Working: ♦ Audio - VoodooHDA ♦ QE/CI - Native (add device id to NVDANV50Hal.kext and NVDAResman.kext and DSDT Nvidia desktop hack) ♦ Native SpeedStep (I think, I have no NullCPUPowerManagement.kext installed) ♦ Network - Added AppleRTL8139Ethernet.kext to IONetworkingFamily.kext/Contents/PlugIns/ If anyone is able to help me get my system to properly wake from sleep, I would really appreciate it. I'll try to post some images of my bios settings in a few...
  6. Bonjour à tous ! Voilà, j'ai une config plutôt stable : CPU e8500 @ 3,16 GHz CM MSI G41M P33-Combo XFX GeForce nVidia 8800 GT 512Mb Full QE/CI avec DSDT patchée (merci à Hervé) 6 Go DDR3 et 3 HDDs SATA + 1 PATA En revanche, niveau PowerManagement, c'est le néant total. Pas de mise en veille (impossible de "réveiller" le Mac et de toute façon, l'UC ne s'éteint pas, juste l'écran), pas de gestion du SpeedStep, des C-States, des P-States (chargés par Chameleon mais je ne sais pas comment le vérifier), pas de gestion du ventilateur CPU qui se met en marche tout seul sans raison apparente, etc… Bref, le but ici est donc de régler au moins le problème de veille et du ventillo, le reste étant le bienvenu mais pas essentiel pour une machine de bureau. Mon premier réflexe a été de virer le NullCPUPowerManagment mais comme il fallait s'y attendre, le Mac freeze quasiment immédiatement après être arrivé sur le bureau. Donc à part patcher la DSDT, je vois pas comment y parvenir. J'ai essayé d'ajouter un patch _WAK mais cela ne change rien. Si vous avez des idées, je prends ! Merci DSDT Patched & Original+IOReg.zip
  7. I recently updated my T520 hackintosh to macOS High Sierra, works great with one exception; sleeping/waking. I've noticed that if I have the bluetooth switch on the laptop turned on, it'll kernel panic when waking from sleep mode, otherwise it'll work fine. Any suggestions for getting sleep mode to work with bluetooth being turned on? It used to work in Sierra.. Ill attach a copy of the kernel panic that seems to occur. Note: I get the same result with darkwake=0
  8. I've been running my hackintosh for about 3 weeks now and have gradually managed to fix all of my issues except for one... my main audio dies if my system falls asleep. Mobo: ASUS Z170 Pro CPU: i7-6700k Codec: ALC1150 GPU: MSI GTX 970 4GD5T OC OS: 10.12.4 I've tried pretty much everything to fix this. Codec Commander doesn't seem to do anything and any/all of the apps that are supposed to reset my audio just crash it instead and wipe everything from my output list. I use the green output for my main audio, but it's worth noting that even after sleep, I can still get audio through my Display Port/Monitor. It's just the one I actually use that doesn't work. Attached: Copy of my IO Registry CodecCommander I'm using My EFI/Clover/config.plist iMac.zip CodecCommander.kext.zip config.plist.zip
  9. Hi, folks! Thanks to an arduous research here, there and everywhere, I'm running Mavericks on a borrowed 2011 Sony Vaio (15''-Core i3-HD 3000-Realtek 8168-Atheros 9285) almost perfectly. The cool thing is, I didn't need to replace any HW part - neither could I, since the machine's not mine - taking just hard work and quite a few hours of my time to get it running this way. This is quite uncommon for laptops, which usually won't have a supported bluetooth or a supported ethernet or supported card reader etc. That said, I'm getting some issues that, far from being a deal breaker, are anyway annoying enough to not try to solve. First, sleep: this is kinda expected, since I had to patch AICPUPM for the mobile Sandy Bridge CPU to get rid of NCPUPM. The system won't go to sleep even if I use the sleep option in the Apple logo menu, or in the popup that appears when I press the laptop's power button. The screen will turn off, and that's all - and it won't turn back on, forcing me to do a hard reboot. Not funny. pmset -g assertions give me this output: post-998446-0-43218600-1384293621.png But iFire informed the kernel assertions are a bug and shouldn't prevent idle sleep, much less manual sleep. Second, and equally frustrating, is that every time I try to use the "About This Mac" option of the Apple logo menu, i'm log off from the system. In fact, I found out it's a crash, here's a screenshot of Console's latest crash report about it: If I access System Information via Applications/Utilities, it works just fine. Any advices? All the best!
  10. Hi All; I've been trying to find a resolution to a couple of issues i'm having with a new installation of Mavericks (10.9.4) using the Clover (current Version) bootloader on a GA-Z87N-WIFI board. The system in general is performing well; however when asking the system to shutdown or restart, the OS goes through the process (it seems) then the computer turns off (both at shutdown or restart) and then turns back on again - When the OS loads, it advises it didn't shutdown correctly. Wake on LAN is disabled in the BIOS and disabled via the Energy Saving Preferences. Second issue is with the OS turning the displays off. I had this setting on at 5 mins - at this time the displays turn off, but when wanting to wake the displays up (via normal methods), I get nil response - however, the computer doesn't seem to be frozen. Any idea's would be most helpful. Thanks in advance!
  11. Hi, folks! Everyone's fine? I have a hack running 10.8.2 on an Intel Core I5 3570K CPU/Gigabyte H77 DS3H motherboard, with 8 gigs of RAM at 1600 ghz, using the Intel HD 4000 integrated graphics with a 21.5'' display plugged in its DVI out. Every time i wake the computer from sleep, it will freeze seconds after it, at the screen it's showing at the moment (because of this, i even didn't notice it was a freeze the first time, and thought my keyboard and mouse or the USB ins they were plugged in stopped to work). The only solution when it happens is to hard-reboot the computer. I googled a lot since it started to happen and found it was common with real Macs by the time Mountain Lion was launched, and it should have been corrected since 10.8.1. I use 10.8.2, so it shouldn't be a problem, right? I know my board does not need a patched dsdt to work, so i'm really lost here with this annoying yet minor issue. Any help would be much appreciated. Here's the console log for one of the freezes: Oct 29 15:17:45 localhost kernel[0]: /drv/ MacModule.cpp:304 powerStateWillChangeTo: flags=2 stateNumber=3 Oct 29 15:17:45 localhost kernel[0]: /drv/ MacModule.cpp:305 powerStateWillChangeTo: found flag=kIOPMPowerOn (2) Oct 29 15:17:45 localhost kernel[0]: /drv/ MacModule.cpp:304 powerStateDidChangeTo: flags=2 stateNumber=3 Oct 29 15:17:45 localhost kernel[0]: /drv/ MacModule.cpp:305 powerStateDidChangeTo: found flag=kIOPMPowerOn (2) Oct 29 15:17:45 localhost kernel[0]: Previous Sleep Cause: 0 Oct 29 15:17:45 localhost kernel[0]: The USB device USB+PS/2 Optical Mouse (Port 4 of Hub at 0x14000000) may have caused a wake by issuing a remote wakeup (2) Oct 29 15:17:45 localhost kernel[0]: HID tickle 3 ms Oct 29 15:17:45 localhost kernel[0]: 1274.141911: ar9300WowWakeUp: Skip PCIE WA programming Oct 29 15:17:45 localhost kernel[0]: 1274.141928: setDISASSOC from ATH_INTERFACE_CLASS disconnectVap Oct 29 15:17:45 localhost kernel[0]: Envy24AudioDevice::performPowerStateChange!, old = 0, new = 1 Oct 29 15:17:45 localhost kernel[0]: Envy24AudioDevice::performPowerStateChange -> waking up! Oct 29 15:17:45 localhost kernel[0]: M-Audio Audiophile 2496 detected! Oct 29 15:17:45 localhost kernel[0]: Envy24: Going to init CS8427 (3)! Oct 29 15:17:45 localhost kernel[0]: AirPort: Link Down on en1. Reason 8 (Disassociated because station leaving). Oct 29 15:17:45 localhost kernel[0]: en1::IO80211Interface::postMessage bssid changed Oct 29 15:17:45 localhost kernel[0]: 1274.189385: setDISASSOCIATE ****STA SYNC DISASSOC SUCCESS Oct 29 15:17:45 localhost kernel[0]: going to init consumer mode! Oct 29 15:17:45 localhost kernel[0]: 1274.196828: ATHR: unknown locale: 21 Oct 29 15:17:45 localhost kernel[0]: 1274.207790: ATHR: unknown locale: 21 Oct 29 15:17:45 localhost kernel[0]: 1274.208072: ATHR: unknown locale: 21 Oct 29 15:17:45 localhost kernel[0]: Envy24: Turned on monitoring Oct 29 15:17:48 localhost kernel[0]: AirPort: Link Up on en1 Oct 29 15:17:48 localhost kernel[0]: en1::IO80211Interface::postMessage bssid changed Oct 29 15:17:48 localhost mDNSResponderHelper[1029]: do_mDNSInterfaceAdvtIoctl: ioctl call SIOCGIFINFO_IN6 failed - error (22) Invalid argument Oct 29 15:17:48 --- last message repeated 1 time --- Oct 29 15:17:48 localhost kernel[0]: AirPort: RSN handshake complete on en1 Oct 29 15:17:50 localhost mDNSResponderHelper[1029]: do_mDNSInterfaceAdvtIoctl: ioctl call SIOCGIFINFO_IN6 failed - error (22) Invalid argument Oct 29 15:17:55 --- last message repeated 1 time --- Oct 29 15:17:55 localhost UserEventAgent[361]: Could not get event name for stream/token: com.apple.time/5: 0x3: No such process Oct 29 15:17:55 localhost prl_naptd[341]: Reloading configuration... Oct 29 15:17:56 --- last message repeated 2 times --- Oct 29 15:17:56 localhost kernel[0]: 1195.836048: ATHR: unknown locale: 21 Oct 29 15:17:56 localhost kernel[0]: 1195.847736: ATHR: unknown locale: 21 Oct 29 15:17:56 localhost kernel[0]: 1195.858809: ATHR: unknown locale: 21 Oct 29 15:17:59 localhost kernel[0]: Envy24AudioDevice::performPowerStateChange!, old = 1, new = 2 Oct 29 15:17:59 localhost kernel[0]: Envy24AudioDevice::performPowerStateChange!, old = 2, new = 1 What i'd already tried: 1) Using Darkwake=10 instead of zero; 2) Using WakeYes at Boot.plist.
  12. shilohhh


    Version 1.1


    Auto ejects and mount's USB and USB 3 drives at sleep and wake. Similar to Jettison but doesn't mess with external SATA drives. 99% credit to: www.bernhard-baehr.de for sleepwatcher. I just wrote the Installer/Uninstaller to make it easy to use and wrote the mount/unmount scripts. Free and Open Source. GNU licence