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  1. As per title, after macOS go to sleep, manually or due to any other event - I can't wake it up. I used script written by `black.dragon74` to generate debug info, so maybe someone can help to figure out where to look\what to do. Any help is greatly appreciated. debug_31207.zip
  2. So I’ve been working at trying to get the wifey’s [HP Envy Recline 23-k310 All-in-One]’s display to properly wake from sleep for months now. I’m kinda at my wits end; It’s probably something so simple and I’m overthinking it. The computer sleeps properly, but when it wakes, I get no display (no backlight either). The keyboard and peripherals seem to work after wake; able to key in the passcode/password and sound works when I use the volume up/down buttons. But I get absolutely no display. I’ve done 3 other successful hackintoshes (though, none had any dGPUs/eGPUs). But I’m somewhat confident that I’ve disabled the Nvidia Optimus (NVIDIA GeForce 830A)/N15S-GM) I couldn’t find any _ini when I poll the SSDT’s and no signs of Nvidia In System Report, Hackintosh, or IOReg. It’s disabled via the Frame Buffer patch in clover (I use 0x0D220003 for platform ID. I definitely have the Lilu and Whatevergreen kexts in L/E. I’ve tried a plethora of Clover settings, changing SMBIOS’s, darkwake bootflags, and AppleBacklightfixup.kext in both Clover/Kexts and L/E to no avail. Power management has been set using the Pike R. Alpha ssdtPRGen implementation. I’ve gone through and setup the proper SSDTs for the USB patching. Besides adding the HDMI audio output patch (which I don’t use/or have anything plugged into since its an AIO), everything else works on point. But… “Help me Obi-Wan[’s], you’re my only hope!!” I’ve attached an “Error Report.zip” including an IOReg report, config.plist, and a generated report form black.dragon74’s tool. I would love any recommendations or possible fixes/files/patches to these files to resolve this issue that has been stumping me for months. HP Envy Recline 23-k310 AIO Intel i3-4330T Intel HD Graphics 4400 8GB 1600 MHz RAM Intel H87 Chipset [HP/Quanta Laurel2-1G mainboard] macOS Catalina 10.15.3 (with iMac 14,3 SMBIOS) Error Report.zip
  3. There are plenty of users who suggest to use darkwake=8 or darkwake=10 or darkwake=0 boot args to solve sleep issues. Are these suggestions valid at all? For first we have to clarify something about Darkwake. The DarkWake feature was for first introduced in Mac OS X Lion. This feature allows to wake up certain parts of computer from sleep, while leaving other parts in sleep mode (for example display etc). Darkwake = display stays dark when comp wakes and performs some tasks. When tasks are done, comp should go back to sleep. But on Hack's Darkwake caused several problems, for example comps went into state, where those become inaccessible and forced reboot were needed. On some cases Darkwake caused reboots too and.. Darwake is related to Power Nap which is available since OS X Mountain Lion. Disclaimer! Before posting below please read it: If you really want to get some help from Hackintosh community, learn how to leave others out of guesswork! Learn how to collect diagnostics data which can help others on solving your case. It's annoying to ask over and over to provide some diagnostics related to Hack issue. That's why there are millions on unanswered posts on Hackintosh forums, their authors doesn't respect other's actually, they do not think out of their own shoes. Your first question before posting should be, what data is needed to help me, do I have provided all data available to help me immediately? Darkwake and XNU Darkwake is part of XNU. Darkwake behaviours are defined in IOPMrootDomain.cpp. The easiest way to check XNU version is to use terminal command uname -av. uname -av Darwin MyHack.local 19.2.0 Darwin Kernel Version 19.2.0: Sat Nov 9 03:47:04 PST 2019; root:xnu-6153.61.1~20/RELEASE_X86_64 x86_64 According to this macOS Catalina 10.15.2 uses XNU 6153.61.1. The latest publicly available source code of XNU is 4903.241.1. So we cannot check source code of latest XNU's. Please correct me if I'm wrong. Code below reveals that boot arg darkwake correlates to enum gDarkWakeFlags. PE_parse_boot_argn("darkwake", &gDarkWakeFlags, sizeof(gDarkWakeFlags)); So lets check the xnu-4903.241.1/iokit/Kernel/IOPMrootDomain.cpp for Darkwake flags: // gDarkWakeFlags enum { kDarkWakeFlagHIDTickleEarly = 0x01, // hid tickle before gfx suppression kDarkWakeFlagHIDTickleLate = 0x02, // hid tickle after gfx suppression kDarkWakeFlagHIDTickleNone = 0x03, // hid tickle is not posted kDarkWakeFlagHIDTickleMask = 0x03, kDarkWakeFlagAlarmIsDark = 0x0100, kDarkWakeFlagGraphicsPowerState1 = 0x0200, kDarkWakeFlagAudioNotSuppressed = 0x0400 }; Let's translate these values into decimals and easier to read strings HID Tickle Early = 1 HID Tickle Late = 2 HID Tickle None = 3 HID Tickle Mask = 3 Alarm Is Dark = 256 Graphics Power State 1 = 512 Audio Not Suppressed = 1024 HID = Human-interface devices, such as keyboards, pointing devices, and digitizers like pens and touch pads. As flags are used for bitwise operations, then we can easily notice that combinations 10 and 8 are for sure invalid now. darkwake=8 equals actually to darkwake=0 and darkwake=10 equals to darkwake=2. If we check older XNU versions, then these values are removed since XNU 2782.1.97 ( = Yosemite ): kDarkWakeFlagIgnoreDiskIOInDark = 0x04, // ignore disk idle in DW kDarkWakeFlagIgnoreDiskIOAlways = 0x08, // always ignore disk idle kDarkWakeFlagIgnoreDiskIOMask = 0x0C According to this boot flags darkwake=8 and darkwake=10 are obsolete if you have Yosemite or newer macOS as related flags are removed from XNU. What is the default value for darkware boot arg? According to XNU source code the default value of boot arg darkware is 3 (darkwake=3): static uint32_t gDarkWakeFlags = kDarkWakeFlagHIDTickleNone; We have to clarify that xnu 4903.221.2 is used since macOS Mojave 10.14.1 and xnu 4903.241.1 is used since macOS Mojave 10.14.3. How about the latest macOS? Sadly there is no source code available. To figure out which value is defined on latest kernel we have to download the latest available Kernel Debug Kit, which is 10.15.1 build 19B77a. By using Hopper Disassembler we see that default value on macOS Catalina 10.15.1 for gDarkWakeFlags is 0x00000003, which equals to 3. __ZL14gDarkWakeFlags: // gDarkWakeFlags ffffff80012b93b0 dd 0x00000003 So by default Darkwake should not post any HID Tickle's. This also reveals the secret why some users encounter issues with frozen peripheral device's on Hack's when Power Nap is enabled. To use Darkwake on Hack's require very well configured USB ports. Power Nap & Darkwake If you have Power Nap disabled then computer shouldn't wake automatically. On most cases darkwake boot arg affects how computers should behave on case of Power Nap enabled. If everything is configured properly you do not need define darkwake boot flag at all. Anyhow, there might be motherboards, which benefit from user defined value. But keep in mind that darkwake=8 and darkwake=10 are obsolete since Yosemite. Which values are valid for darkwake? As flags are used for bitwise operations, then these values are valid: darkwake=0 darkwake=1 (darkWakePostTickle behaviour) darkwake=2 (darkWakePostTickle behaviour) darkwake=3 (darkWakePostTickle behaviour) darkwake=256 darkwake=257 darkwake=258 darkwake=259 .. and so on... As I'm not familiar how PE_parse_boot_argn function exactly works, I cannot say much about boot arg darkwake=0. According to source code there is no any checks or behaviours defined for darkwake=0. There is a huge chance that using darkwake=0 actually equals to darkwake=3. I hope someone can clarify from source code what exactly happens if darkwake=0 is used trough PE_parse_boot_argn, but it's obvious that darkwake=0 does not equal to darkwake=NO (or darkwake=FALSE). darkwake=0 does not disable power nap, it only affects HID tickle. Please note that darkwake=3 is combination of flags 1 & 2. 1 + 2 = 3. On case we say to the system to do early (1) and later (2) HID tickle both (3), there is no any tickle at all. Some code samples from IOPMrootDomain: else if (!darkWakeMaintenance) { // Early/late tickle for non-maintenance wake. if (((gDarkWakeFlags & kDarkWakeFlagHIDTickleMask) == kDarkWakeFlagHIDTickleEarly) || ((gDarkWakeFlags & kDarkWakeFlagHIDTickleMask) == kDarkWakeFlagHIDTickleLate)) { darkWakePostTickle = true; } } if (darkWakePostTickle && (kSystemTransitionWake == _systemTransitionType) && (gDarkWakeFlags & kDarkWakeFlagHIDTickleMask) == kDarkWakeFlagHIDTickleLate) { darkWakePostTickle = false; reportUserInput(); } if (powerState > maxPowerState) { DLOG("> plimit %s %p (%u->%u, 0x%x)\n", service->getName(), OBFUSCATE(service), powerState, maxPowerState, changeFlags); *inOutPowerState = maxPowerState; if (darkWakePostTickle && (actions->parameter & kPMActionsFlagIsDisplayWrangler) && (changeFlags & kIOPMDomainWillChange) && ((gDarkWakeFlags & kDarkWakeFlagHIDTickleMask) == kDarkWakeFlagHIDTickleEarly)) { darkWakePostTickle = false; reportUserInput(); } } void IOPMrootDomain::reportUserInput( void ) { #if !NO_KERNEL_HID OSIterator * iter; OSDictionary * matching; if(!wrangler) { matching = serviceMatching("IODisplayWrangler"); iter = getMatchingServices(matching); if (matching) matching->release(); if(iter) { wrangler = OSDynamicCast(IOService, iter->getNextObject()); iter->release(); } } if(wrangler) wrangler->activityTickle(0,0); #endif } As you see from code examples above, there is no any huge mystery about darkwake boot arg and you should use it mostly on case when you really need to manipulate HID tickle behaviour. On most cases it's more important to properly configure you system power management rather than paying with darkwake boot arg, which can be done via terminal command pmset. Power Management To check Power Management settings use terminal command: pmset -g Also you can use Hackintool to check power management settings: Power Management Settings explained: displaysleep - display sleep timer; replaces ’dim’ argument in 10.4 (value in minutes, or 0 to disable) disksleep - disk spindown timer; replaces ’spindown’ argument in 10.4 (value in minutes, or 0 to disable) sleep - system sleep timer (value in minutes, or 0 to disable) womp - wake on ethernet magic packet (value = 0/1). Same as "Wake for network access" in the Energy Saver preferences. ring - wake on modem ring (value = 0/1) powernap - enable/disable Power Nap on supported machines (value = 0/1) proximitywake - On supported systems, this option controls system wake from sleep based on proximity of devices using same iCloud id. (value = 0/1) autorestart - automatic restart on power loss (value = 0/1) lidwake - wake the machine when the laptop lid (or clamshell) is opened (value = 0/1) acwake - wake the machine when power source (AC/battery) is changed (value = 0/1) lessbright - slightly turn down display brightness when switching to this power source (value = 0/1) halfdim - display sleep will use an intermediate half-brightness state between full brightness and fully off (value = 0/1) sms - use Sudden Motion Sensor to park disk heads on sudden changes in G force (value = 0/1) hibernatemode - change hibernation mode. Please use caution. (value = integer) hibernatefile - change hibernation image file location. Image may only be located on the root volume. Please use caution. (value = path) ttyskeepawake - prevent idle system sleep when any tty (e.g. remote login session) is ’active’. A tty is ’inactive’ only when its idle time exceeds the system sleep timer. (value = 0/1) networkoversleep - this setting affects how OS X networking presents shared network services during system sleep. This setting is not used by all platforms; changing its value is unsupported. destroyfvkeyonstandby - Destroy File Vault Key when going to standby mode. By default File vault keys are retained even when system goes to standby. If the keys are destroyed, user will be prompted to enter the password while coming out of standby mode.(value: 1 - Destroy, 0 - Retain) If you want to disable proximitywake the this command should be used: sudo pmset -a proximitywake 0 Recommended settings for Hack's are: sudo pmset -a hibernatemode 0 sudo pmset -a proximitywake 0 sudo pmset -a powernap 0 Settings above disable Hibernate, Bluetooth wake by iDevices and Power Nap. To check what might prevent computer from going into sleep we can pmset tool: pmset -g assertions So, before using blindly darkwake boot arg to solve some sleep issues, make instead sure that USB ports and Power Management settings of your Hack are configured properly. Sleep & Wake Quite often Hack's users have sleep/wake issues because they don't pay attention to the fact that Apple's macOS is developed for Apple hardware in mind, not regular PC's. Of course sleep mode isn't something that Apple has invented first. Since December 1996 ACPI superseded APM. ACPI - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface. APM - Advanced Power Management. The ACPI specification defines several states for various hardware components and devices. There are global "Gx" states and sleep "Sx" states specified. Gx Name Sx Description G0 Working S0 The computer is running and the CPU executes instructions. "Awaymode" is a subset of S0, where monitor is off but background tasks are running G1 Sleeping S1 Power on Suspend (POS): Processor caches are flushed, and the CPU(s) stops executing instructions. The power to the CPU(s) and RAM is maintained. Devices that do not indicate they must remain on may be powered off S2 CPU powered off. Dirty cache is flushed to RAM S3 commonly referred to as Standby, Sleep, or Suspend to RAM (STR): RAM remains powered S4 Hibernation or Suspend to Disk: All content of the main memory is saved to non-volatile memory such as a hard drive, and the system is powered down G2 Soft Off S5 G2/S5 is almost the same as G3 Mechanical Off, except that the power supply unit (PSU) still supplies power, at a minimum, to the power button to allow return to S0. A full reboot is required. No previous content is retained. Other components may remain powered so the computer can "wake" on input from the keyboard, clock, modem, LAN, or USB device G3 Mechanical Off The computer's power has been totally removed via a mechanical switch (as on the rear of a PSU). The power cord can be removed and the system is safe for disassembly (typically, only the real-time clock continues to run using its own small battery) Since Mac OS X Lion Apple is using DarkWake, which were wrapped into Power Nap on OS X Mountain Lion. To understand and fix macOS sleep issues we also need the knowledge about sleep states which macOS comps may have. To check log of macOS computers sleep/wake we can use pmset tool. Following terminal code prints sleep/wake history. pmset -g log|grep -e " Sleep " -e " Wake " I to check more closely sleep history then we can recognise that macOS has at least 3 different sleep "modes": Software sleep Idle sleep Maintenance sleep Software sleep Software sleep is trigged by computer user or by some software, which is configured to put comp sleep after certain tasks done. Idle sleep Idle sleep is triggered by idle timer. Each time user interacts with computer idle timer is reset. If users doesn't interact within idle timer countdown time, then Idle sleep is triggered. Maintenance sleep If user has enabled "Wake for Ethernet network access", then macOS goes from Idle or Software sleep into Maintenance sleep immediately. Power Nap If Power Nap is enabled, then computer wakes up automatically after certain period of time, handles certain tasks and goes back to sleep. Apple's documentation reveals that behaviour of power nap doesn't depend only macOS version running on comp but at hardware and it's firmware too. Documentation clearly states that comps made on different time behave differently. which points directly that Power Nap is related to the hardware/firmware too. According quote above we have to very carefully choose which firmware is emulated on Hack. Changing SMBIOS on Clover/Opencore can help to solve sleep issues or cause them. An example of sleep log when powernap is enabled: 2020-01-05 09:03:23 +0200 Sleep Entering Sleep state due to 'Idle Sleep': Using AC (Charge:0%) 21 secs 2020-01-05 09:04:29 +0200 Sleep Entering Sleep state due to 'Maintenance Sleep': Using AC (Charge:0%) 1945 secs 2020-01-05 09:37:39 +0200 Sleep Entering Sleep state due to 'Maintenance Sleep': Using AC (Charge:0%) 3187 secs 2020-01-05 10:31:33 +0200 Sleep Entering Sleep state due to 'Maintenance Sleep': Using AC (Charge:0%) 12467 secs 2020-01-05 14:00:06 +0200 Sleep Entering Sleep state due to 'Maintenance Sleep': Using AC (Charge:0%) 11312 secs 2020-01-05 17:08:40 +0200 Wake DarkWake to FullWake from Normal Sleep [CDNVA] : due to UserActivity Assertion Using AC (Charge:0%) An example of sleep log, when ethernet wake and power nap is disabled: 2020-01-03 18:15:43 +0200 Sleep Entering Sleep state due to 'Idle Sleep':TCPKeepAlive=inactive Using AC (Charge:0%) 3210 secs 2020-01-03 19:09:13 +0200 Wake Wake from Normal Sleep [CDNVA] : due to XDCI CNVW/HID Activity Using AC (Charge:0%) 207 secs 2020-01-03 19:12:40 +0200 Sleep Entering Sleep state due to 'Idle Sleep':TCPKeepAlive=inactive Using AC (Charge:0%) 165903 secs 2020-01-05 17:17:43 +0200 Wake Wake from Normal Sleep [CDNVA] : due to XDCI CNVW/HID Activity Using AC (Charge:0%) As we see from log above, computer stays in sleep without any wakes and no 'Maintenance Sleep'. So there are several variables which have effect on your computer sleep/wake behaviour and the solution that helped another people, might be useless or even worse on you case. ...
  4. Hi everyone~ My machine is thinkpad x1 yoga 2018 , uhd620 , WQHD resolution , with macos 10.14.6 installed. My efi patch seems to have some problems related improper graphic patch. 1. The screen sometimes have flickers , especially on safari browser. 2. Sometimes kernel panic happens after wake from sleep , black screen then reboot. 3. I cannot enable specific resolution(1920*1080) in hidpi , using hackintool or FixEDID+DarwinDumper Any help is appreciated , thanks~ 28525.zip
  5. Hey. I have a Dell Vostro 3267 system unit. It has a Skylake processor Intel Core i5-6400 with integrated graphics Intel HD 530, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD. The monitor is connected via HDMI. I faced a problem that if I enter Hackintosh in a sleep mode, and then I press something on the keyboard, the system unit wakes up (I hear as coolers begin to turn), but the monitor does not react in any way. I tried to disconnect and reconnect the HDMI cord, tried to inject EDID in config tried to change SMBIOS on MacMini8,1, but it did not change the situation. How to solve the problem? P.S. All in Mojave 10.14.6 CLOVER.7z
  6. Hi I used to have P8P67 / 2600K / HD6970 / Apple Cinema Display, system running 10.9, everything was working with dsdt i dumpped with everest under windows. generated ssdt with revogirl's script. iMac 12,1 smbios.plist sleep / wake works just fine. I can use power button to sleep/wake, also wake with keyboard and mouse. it's nearly perfect. recently, I replaced my video card with Two MSI R7850 Twin Frozr 2GD5/OC Radeon HD 7850 2GB crossfired. and added the device id into retail kext, then video card is working. to make it 'perfect' I also inject rampagedev's 7xxx dsdt patch into my DSDT, in IORegExplorer, under PEG0/PEPG, it show up under display@0. however i'm starting to have sleep & wake problem after this. it looks like it will go to sleep, ether with power button or waiting, however after it went to sleep like 2,3 minutes, the computer will wake up when i press keyboard or mouse, yet the display will not wake up. And I have to power cycle (unplug the power cord from tower) in order to get display back. reset button will reboot the computer but I won't get any video on display. I attached my /Extra..I did some clean up in DSDT.aml, but there are still tons of junks in there, probably not gonna affect anything...what do I need to patch to resolve this problem? Thank you for helping. Extra_12192013.zip and IOReg imac.zip
  7. hackintosh864985

    Yosemite wake problem

    Hi everyone, My fresh install UEFI clover Yosemite is working fine with the exception of waking up from sleep. 1. it goes to sleep just fine 2. wakes up by usb keyboard ok if done in a few minutes into the sleep 3. after a while (basically the longer the more likely to have the problem) won't wake up by usb keyboard ( when pressed the power LED will flash once, i can see the fan tries to turn on, but couldn't ). i have to push the power button and then the system boots up normally. there will be a message "you shut down your computer because of a problem" at login screen I have tried many combinations BIOS settings, config.plist (no patched DSDT.aml) . My install was based on http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/302041-guide-asrock-h97-pro4-yosemite-with-clover-uefi-installation/ and the only difference is I am using iGPU. Any help is appreciated! relevant errors: system.log (when i boot up after) Dec 14 18:20:39 localhost kernel[0]: Sleep failure code 0x00000000 0x1f006700 Diagnostic and Usage Messages: 2014-12-14 6:20:40.386 PM powerd[27]: com.apple.message.domain: com.apple.sleep.failure com.apple.message.signature: Platform Failure com.apple.message.summarize: YES SenderMachUUID: 1F97CC0A-F1D6-3A56-BA08-E644AD7CCF82 2014-12-14 6:20:41.904 PM Unknown[17]: com.apple.message.domain: com.apple.assumes.failure com.apple.message.signature: B2D9FFC4-66B7-3739-AFFA-A7E4BDE84A2B:14188 com.apple.message.signature2: 0x0 com.apple.message.signature3: com.apple.telemetry com.apple.message.summarize: YES SenderMachUUID: 58CE43F8-5A2C-39D3-A9A2-94E048245A34 other settings: pmset -g (customized already) Active Profiles: AC Power -1* Currently in use: standby 0 Sleep On Power Button 1 womp 0 hibernatefile /var/vm/sleepimage darkwakes 0 networkoversleep 0 disksleep 0 sleep 15 autopoweroffdelay 14400 hibernatemode 0 autopoweroff 0 ttyskeepawake 1 displaysleep 15 standbydelay 120 my config.plist
  8. Waking system from sleep take too much time (about 30-45 sec) Looking at the system log there are many errors please take a look at my log, help me fix some of the problems wakelog.zip
  9. anonymousthing

    Help with sleep/wake (UX305UA)

    Hello all, I'm having some trouble trying to get sleep working on my laptop. The symptoms are as if there is no power management; upon attempting to sleep, the display will turn off but the laptop otherwise remains on. I have everything else working, including power management/speed stepping so I suspect its just DSDT issues from here (or I'm just forgetting something really key...). Ioreg (2.1) and DSDT are zipped and attached. Thanks! Archive.zip
  10. I just finished getting 10.8.3 installed on my samsung ativ pro slate and have it close to fully working. Strangely enough, when i put the device to sleep and wake it back up the device ID's in system report window change for the usb ports. It also ejects and remounts most of them and the screen brightness gets turned all the way up. The last two things I need help with is the brightness and making these USB ports stable. The brightness slider is present in system preferences but it does nothing but turn the screen off at the very bottom of the slider. The usb unmounting and remounting wouldnt be such a big deal if it werent for the fact that it actually allows the wacom digitizer to fully be recognized and calibrated. I imagine this is because the wacom component is connected to an internal usb socket. I will attach some pictures and text of the before and after sleep device ids from the system report window. I tried going thru kexts and editing the plists to insert the new device id but after a day or two i just couldnt find the right place to put them. If its any hint as to what might be causing this. It only happens when I install the iousbfamily and iousbmassstorage kexts from ##### which i imagine are universal to recognize as many components as possible. When i have the stock 10.8.3 kexts it doesnt seem to act up but it also doesnt send power to the digitzer pen and wont even show up on the screen. Im completely stumped and will continue to plug away at it until i get it. But in the meantime any help would be greatly appreciated. I could be wrong but i imagine that the usb drives being ejected and remounted and the digitizer fully working after sleep could be related. If anyone has any clues or ideas about that or the brightness im all ears. Thanks a bunch in advance. Heres how the usb drives look before sleep BEFORE SLEEP (not working correctly.) USB Hi-Speed Bus: Host Controller Location: Built-in USB Host Controller Driver: AppleUSBEHCI PCI Device ID: 0x1c26 PCI Revision ID: 0x0004 PCI Vendor ID: 0x8086 Bus Number: 0x1d Hub: Product ID: 0x0024 Vendor ID: 0x8087 (Intel Corporation) Version: 0.00 Speed: Up to 480 Mb/sec Location ID: 0x1d100000 / 2 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 0 Hub: Product ID: 0x2514 Vendor ID: 0x0424 (SMSC) Version: b.b3 Speed: Up to 480 Mb/sec Location ID: 0x1d130000 / 6 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 2 ISD-V4: Product ID: 0x0091 Vendor ID: 0x056a (WACOM Co., Ltd.) Version: 10.49 Speed: Up to 12 Mb/sec Manufacturer: Tablet Location ID: 0x1d132000 / 7 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 0 Љ: Product ID: 0x91d1 Vendor ID: 0x0483 (STMicroelectronics) Version: 0.20 Serial Number: Љ Speed: Up to 12 Mb/sec Manufacturer: Љ Location ID: 0x1d110000 / 5 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 100 ADATA USB Flash Drive: Product ID: 0x312b Vendor ID: 0x125f (ADATA Technology Co., Ltd.) Version: 10.75 Serial Number: 2341108450060138 Speed: Up to 480 Mb/sec Manufacturer: ADATA Location ID: 0x1d120000 / 4 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 200 Capacity: 15.81 GB (15,805,186,048 bytes) Removable Media: Yes Detachable Drive: Yes BSD Name: disk1 Partition Map Type: GPT (GUID Partition Table) S.M.A.R.T. status: Not Supported Volumes: disk1s1: Capacity: 209.7 MB (209,715,200 bytes) BSD Name: disk1s1 Content: EFI myHack OS X Install Disk: Capacity: 7.91 GB (7,905,185,792 bytes) Available: 2.34 GB (2,342,871,040 bytes) Writable: Yes File System: HFS+ BSD Name: disk1s2 Mount Point: /Volumes/myHack OS X Install Disk Content: Apple_HFS Volume UUID: DE80883C-19E5-3426-A674-936E7499AB75 OSXUSB: Capacity: 7.42 GB (7,421,808,640 bytes) Available: 615 MB (614,973,440 bytes) Writable: Yes File System: Journaled HFS+ BSD Name: disk1s3 Mount Point: /Volumes/OSXUSB Content: Apple_HFS Volume UUID: B0AED8AE-9CE0-30AF-98D5-FE5FB0687B21 Atmel maXTouch Digitizer: Product ID: 0x8411 Vendor ID: 0x03eb (Atmel Corporation) Version: 12.32 Speed: Up to 12 Mb/sec Manufacturer: Atmel Location ID: 0x1d140000 / 3 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 100 Now heres how the USB drives look after sleep and this is how they work best once everything remounts. Could i get these to identify this way permanently? Notice the ISD-V4 (wacom) product ID changes and even seems to switch connection locations. AFTER SLEEP (stylus 100% working) USB Hi-Speed Bus: Host Controller Location: Built-in USB Host Controller Driver: AppleUSBEHCI PCI Device ID: 0x1c26 PCI Revision ID: 0x0004 PCI Vendor ID: 0x8086 Bus Number: 0x1d Hub: Product ID: 0x0024 Vendor ID: 0x8087 (Intel Corporation) Version: 0.00 Speed: Up to 480 Mb/sec Location ID: 0x1d100000 / 2 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 0 ADATA USB Flash Drive: Product ID: 0x312b Vendor ID: 0x125f (ADATA Technology Co., Ltd.) Version: 10.75 Serial Number: 2341108450060138 Speed: Up to 480 Mb/sec Manufacturer: ADATA Location ID: 0x1d120000 / 7 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 200 Capacity: 15.81 GB (15,805,186,048 bytes) Removable Media: Yes Detachable Drive: Yes BSD Name: disk1 Partition Map Type: GPT (GUID Partition Table) S.M.A.R.T. status: Not Supported Volumes: disk1s1: Capacity: 209.7 MB (209,715,200 bytes) BSD Name: disk1s1 Content: EFI myHack OS X Install Disk: Capacity: 7.91 GB (7,905,185,792 bytes) Available: 2.34 GB (2,342,744,064 bytes) Writable: Yes File System: HFS+ BSD Name: disk1s2 Mount Point: /Volumes/myHack OS X Install Disk Content: Apple_HFS Volume UUID: DE80883C-19E5-3426-A674-936E7499AB75 OSXUSB: Capacity: 7.42 GB (7,421,808,640 bytes) Available: 614.8 MB (614,776,832 bytes) Writable: Yes File System: Journaled HFS+ BSD Name: disk1s3 Mount Point: /Volumes/OSXUSB Content: Apple_HFS Volume UUID: B0AED8AE-9CE0-30AF-98D5-FE5FB0687B21 Atmel maXTouch Digitizer: Product ID: 0x8411 Vendor ID: 0x03eb (Atmel Corporation) Version: 12.32 Speed: Up to 12 Mb/sec Manufacturer: Atmel Location ID: 0x1d140000 / 5 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 100 Љ: Product ID: 0x91d1 Vendor ID: 0x0483 (STMicroelectronics) Version: 0.20 Serial Number: Љ Speed: Up to 12 Mb/sec Manufacturer: Љ Location ID: 0x1d110000 / 4 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 100 Hub: Product ID: 0x2514 Vendor ID: 0x0424 (SMSC) Version: b.b3 Speed: Up to 480 Mb/sec Location ID: 0x1d130000 / 3 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 2 ISD-V4: Product ID: 0x00ec Vendor ID: 0x056a (WACOM Co., Ltd.) Version: 10.49 Speed: Up to 12 Mb/sec Manufacturer: Tablet Location ID: 0x1d132000 / 6 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 0
  11. Hey guys, my main rig doesn't wake up properly. The system runs just fine, tested Yosemite, El Capitan and Sierra, but when it goes to sleep and I try to wake it up by USB keyboard, mouse or power button it comes to life but doesn't turn on the monitors (HDMI and DVI at iGPU) and reboots after a few seconds. What can I do? I use latest Clover and a patched DSDT. I attach the OEM DSDT and a file of fixes I use. Archiv.zip
  12. theconnactic

    [Need Help] Sleep issues

    Hello, everybody!! Thanks to this forum and the efforts of RAW X86, Bronzovka, AnV and others, who developed a working (32-bit, but working) lion legacy kernel, i have the latest OsX running on my machine, fine and stable. I installed it using Devout's experimental method. Now there's one last thing to solve, while its not possible to have 64-bit extensions (even Raw's kernel, whic offers support for 64-bit apps, is i386) or iCloud/facetime. What happens is this: when i put my computer to sleep, be by quick pressing once my power switch, be by clicking at the sleep option in the apple menu, the computer sleeps. In fact, it enters a coma, because it doesn't wake anymore, and i'm forced to reboot. Is there a solution? I'm running lion 10.7.4 (32-bit, with RAW's latest kernel) on an ECS A780LM-M2 motherboard and an Athlon II x2 250 (3.0 ghz) CPU. Any help will be much appreciated.
  13. Hello there everyone. I recently put together a CL hackintosh for a somebody else and it mostly works fine; however, he's been having a problem that I (so far) haven't been able to replicate. He sometimes gets odd beachballs that end up freezing the computer into needing a cold shutdown and boot; which usually in turn freeze halfway through the boot process only for a reboot to work. Recently he mentioned this happened after several hours of sleep (left the computer sleeping during the night), so I'll try reproducing it later. However, I'm trying to figure out what the actual problem might be. I've got a theory: Wake-up issues with the NVME controller. Why? I've been experiencing similar issues on my real MBP (2011) because the secondary HD ribbon cable has been coming loose. Of course, since it's just a secondary drive, it's a large inconvenience but it doesn't completely shut the computer down. It would certainly be different if this was happening with the primary drive, though. What do people think about this? It's the first time I've built a hackintosh with modern hardware (my own is Ivy Bridge) and I'd never tried NVME before, so there's been plenty of trial and error involved in this build. Stats: CPU: i7-8700 MB: Gigabyte Z370-HD3P RAM: 32 GB DDR4 Video: Asus RX580 Drives: Samsung 940 EVO, 2x 1TB HDDs. Wifi/BT: BCM94331 Other than this issue, pretty much everything seems to be working fine on 10.13.2 (with the exception of the CPU saying Unknown on "About this Mac" but I guess that's cosmetic and expected)
  14. ouTsiDaz_

    Asus N61VN can't wake - DSDT help!

    I have an Asus N61VN laptop that I've never managed to woke from sleep. Without any DSDT fix, the laptop won't sleep. Currently it sleeps fine, but on wake, it just throws a spinning fan. And it's not the known blank screen issue, the laptop is not running at all. The laptop has P45M + ICH9. Already applied the USB ICH10 fix, and have P-States defined in DSDT. AppleLPC is running as well as native power management is working. System is pretty much Vanilla, only have FakeSMC and Voodoo sound, battery and PS2. If anyone can help, I would greatly appreciate it. Attached are original and sleeping DSDTs. DSDT_N61VN.zip
  15. Version 1.0

    5 downloads

    Fix for Wake by RTC (Alarm) Are you annoyed that you Hack (or Mac) wakes after every couple of hours ("Wake reason: RTC (Alarm)")? On some hacks it causes also a noisy beep alarm, which can last even couple of minutes. There is a solution which is really easy to apply. SleepWatcher scripts are developed by Bernhard Baehr (bernhard-baehr.de) but some IT skills are required to use those scripts. To make life of less skilled people a lot easier, this installation pack were made. This package makes very easy to install SleepWatcher on any Hack or Mack. Installation Open DMG Double click on installer package Follow instructions Reboot Enjoy! Uninstall Use UninstallPKG if you want to remove SleepWatcher for some reason. Supported OS's El Capitan Yosemite
  16. mobster1940

    Wake on Wireless not working

    I don't know if anyone else is experiencing this, but I can't seem to wake my Hack from wireless. I have a BCM94360CD WiFi card connected through PCI which works perfect and although system report recognizes it as Airport Extreme and Wake on Wireless shows as supported, when my Hack goes to sleep I can't wake it through WiFi. I used a number of apps to try and wake it including Fing but to no result. Maybe it has to do with some BIOS settings or clover power states but I am not sure. My mobo is a GA-Z87X-UD5H and my cpu is an i7-4770k. Hope somebody can help.
  17. Hi, i'm having trouble with my TC Electronic PCI cards being recognised on restarting the system (or sleep/wake) on 10.9.4. They just come up as "unrecognized device" whereas after a full power cycle they appear and work fine. I've done an AICPM patch and have generated an unedited SSDT which seems to have fixed a lot of my sleep issues and I can now mostly sleep/wake fine (ethernet works, audio works, dual monitor works). It's just this card that I'm having issues with currently. I built my hackintosh to run Logic with these cards so really keen to fix this issue (I can work around it with a power cycle but not ideal) Don't really know where to start. Don't understand DSDT editing at all. any advice would be greatfully appreciated and I'm sure it would help a lot of other musicians! thanks J Motherboard; Asus P8B75-V CPU: i7 3770 GPU: Zotac GT210 System: 10.9.4 from app store + myHack
  18. Hey guys, I have a problem with backlight on WAKE. Sleep works perfectly as it should. It goes to sleep, the sleep icon on the lid flashes and goes solid, then I get a bios beep. PERFECT. HERE'S the problem, when I wake the laptop. Whether by lifting the lid or Pressing the power button, the computer fully wakes! EXCEPT the display backlight. I can shine a flashlight on it and everything is working just fine and as it should. So I just shut it down and power it back up. I've given more than a few days on this. I'm sure it's something simple at this point that I am missing. I've done a few of my own edits to this DSDT. Here's my hardware. Lenovo x201 (i5-530m /2.53 Ghz) HERE. Intel 320 SSD Working OSX 10.9 Mavericks Atheros Ar5b95 wireless WORKING (Standard intel card is not compatible) All parts are fully functional thanks to Leon's posts and the OSXlatitude EDP. (Which is amazing btw) I just need some serious help and this laptop will qualify itself to be my daily use OSX machine! Hopefully someone can point me in the right direction on this please. I'm attaching my Extra folder with DSDT as well if someone wants to take a look. I know my Graphics BAR1 Register is 0xF000004 I've grabbed the system logs at the time of sleep and wake just in case they are requested. Clicked sleep from the apple menu at 14:32:00. Pressed the power button to wake at 14:34:00. The unknown locale errors are from the atheros wifi card and I'm sure that's not a problem. It literally wakes the instant you press the button. (SSD) But still no backlight. Nov 4 14:32:01 jonathans-mbp.company.local WindowServer[85]: _CGXSetWindowBackgroundBlurRadius: Invalid window 0xffffffff Nov 4 14:32:01 jonathans-mbp.company.local loginwindow[57]: find_shared_window: WID -1 Nov 4 14:32:01 jonathans-mbp.company.local loginwindow[57]: CGSGetWindowTags: Invalid window 0xffffffff Nov 4 14:32:01 jonathans-mbp.company.local loginwindow[57]: find_shared_window: WID -1 Nov 4 14:32:01 jonathans-mbp.company.local loginwindow[57]: CGSSetWindowTags: Invalid window 0xffffffff Nov 4 14:32:01 jonathans-mbp.company.local WindowServer[85]: device_generate_desktop_screenshot: authw 0x7fd8d4d5edf0(2000), shield 0x7fd8d4d23e80(2001) Nov 4 14:32:01 jonathans-mbp.company.local WindowServer[85]: device_generate_lock_screen_screenshot: authw 0x7fd8d4d5edf0(2000), shield 0x7fd8d4d23e80(2001) Nov 4 14:32:10 jonathans-mbp.company.local loginwindow[57]: CoreAnimation: warning, deleted thread with uncommitted CATransaction; set CA_DEBUG_TRANSACTIONS=1 in environment to log backtraces. Nov 4 14:32:20 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: 3392.025317: performCountryCodeOperation: Not connected, scan in progress[0] Nov 4 14:32:20 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: hibernate image path: /var/vm/sleepimage Nov 4 14:32:20 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: efi pagecount 304 Nov 4 14:32:20 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: hibernate_page_list_setall(preflight 1) start 0xffffff8067897000, 0xffffff80678b6000 Nov 4 14:32:20 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: hibernate_page_list_setall time: 206 ms Nov 4 14:32:20 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: pages 644120, wire 146988, act 222614, inact 8054, cleaned 0 spec 203, zf 5429, throt 0, compr 0, xpmapped 0 Nov 4 14:32:20 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: could discard act 53418 inact 54256 purgeable 10355 spec 142803 cleaned 0 Nov 4 14:32:20 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: hibernate_page_list_setall preflight pageCount 383288 est comp 50 setfile 828442440 min 2147483648 Nov 4 14:32:20 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: [0x36481a000, 0x40000000] Nov 4 14:32:20 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: [0x3a481a000, 0x40000000] Nov 4 14:32:20 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: [0x0, 0x0] Nov 4 14:32:20 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: kern_open_file_for_direct_io(0) took 1 ms Nov 4 14:32:20 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: Opened file /var/vm/sleepimage, size 2147483648, partition base 0x0, maxio 2000000 ssd 1 Nov 4 14:32:20 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: hibernate image major 1, minor 0, blocksize 4096, pollers 5 Nov 4 14:32:20 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: hibernate_alloc_pages act 286387, inact 67739, anon 7094, throt 0, spec 143009, wire 165432, wireinit 49534 Nov 4 14:32:20 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: hibernate_setup(0) took 10 ms Nov 4 14:32:20 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: 3392.301477: setDISASSOC from ATH_INTERFACE_CLASS disconnectVap Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: hibernate_page_list_setall(preflight 0) start 0xffffff8067897000, 0xffffff80678b6000 Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: hibernate_page_list_setall time: 216 ms Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: pages 643507, wire 146317, act 222669, inact 8054, cleaned 0 spec 207, zf 5437, throt 0, compr 0, xpmapped 34300 Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: could discard act 53418 inact 54248 purgeable 10355 spec 142802 cleaned 0 Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: hibernate_page_list_setall found pageCount 382684 Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: IOHibernatePollerOpen, ml_get_interrupts_enabled 0 Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: IOHibernatePollerOpen(0) Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: encryptStart 14010 Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: bitmap_size 0x1e748, previewSize 0x7afd68, writing 380570 pages @ 0x7e24c0 Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: encryptEnd 821dc00 Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: image1Size 0xb5fc000, encryptStart1 0x14010, End1 0x821dc00 Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: encryptStart b5fc000 Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: encryptEnd 28f76a00 Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: PMStats: Hibernate write took 7285 ms Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: all time: 7285 ms, comp bytes: 1558814720 time: 1727 ms 860 Mb/s, crypt bytes: 632833520 time: 1091 ms 552 Mb/s, Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: image 687304704 (32%), uncompressed 1558814720 (380570), compressed 676191856 (43%), sum1 43c82014, sum2 4ec78a85 Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: zeroPageCount 39391, wiredPagesEncrypted 106195, wiredPagesClear 38008, dirtyPagesEncrypted 236367 Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: hibernate_write_image done(0) Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: sleep Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: Wake reason = power-button Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: 3400.074762: performCountryCodeOperation: Not connected, scan in progress[0] Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: RTC: PowerByCalendarDate setting ignored Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: No interval found for . Using 8000000 Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: Previous Sleep Cause: 5 Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: USBF: 3400.106 AppleUSBEHCI: setPowerState - PCI device still has PME status bit set. PMCSR is 0x8000 Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: The USB device HubDevice (Port 1 of Hub at 0x1d000000) may have caused a wake by issuing a remote wakeup (2) Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: 3400.205242: ATHR: unknown locale: 69 Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp.company.local WindowServer[85]: CGXDisplayDidWakeNotification [3400226562240]: posting kCGSDisplayDidWake Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp.company.local WindowServer[85]: handle_will_sleep_auth_and_shield_windows: Reordering authw 0x7fd8d4d5edf0(2004) (lock state: 3) Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp.company.local WindowServer[85]: handle_will_sleep_auth_and_shield_windows: err 0x0 Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: en1: 802.11d country code set to 'US '. Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: 3400.251988: ATHR: unknown locale: 69 Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: en1: Supported channels 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: 3400.270883: ATHR: unknown locale: 69 Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: No interval found for . Using 8000000 Nov 4 14:34:02 --- last message repeated 1 time --- Nov 4 14:34:02 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: 3400.870240: ATHR: unknown locale: 69 Nov 4 14:34:03 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: 3401.572801: ATHR: unknown locale: 69 Nov 4 14:34:04 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: 3402.202371: ATHR: unknown locale: 69 Nov 4 14:34:05 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: AppleIntelE1000e(Info): Link is Up 1000 Mbps Full Duplex, Flow Control: Rx Nov 4 14:34:05 jonathans-mbp.company.local configd[19]: LINKLOCAL en0: parent has no IP Nov 4 14:34:05 Jonathans-MacBook-Pro.local configd[19]: setting hostname to "Jonathans-MacBook-Pro.local" Nov 4 14:34:05 Jonathans-MacBook-Pro.local configd[19]: network changed: v4(en0-:10.1.0.124) DNS- Proxy- SMB- Nov 4 14:34:05 Jonathans-MacBook-Pro.local netbiosd[136]: network_reachability_changed : network is not reachable, netbiosd is shutting down Nov 4 14:34:06 Jonathans-MacBook-Pro.local configd[19]: network changed: v4(en0+:10.1.0.124) DNS+ Proxy+ SMB+ Nov 4 14:34:06 jonathans-mbp.company.local configd[19]: setting hostname to "jonathans-mbp.company.local" Nov 4 14:34:08 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: 3406.350216: ATHR: unknown locale: 69 Nov 4 14:34:09 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: 3407.842584: ATHR: unknown locale: 69 Nov 4 14:34:09 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: 3407.861601: ATHR: unknown locale: 69 Nov 4 14:34:10 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: 3408.505227: ATHR: unknown locale: 69 Nov 4 14:34:11 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: 3409.138247: ATHR: unknown locale: 69 Nov 4 14:34:11 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: 3409.152295: ATHR: unknown locale: 69 Nov 4 14:34:11 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: 3409.793538: ATHR: unknown locale: 69 Nov 4 14:34:12 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: 3410.427117: ATHR: unknown locale: 69 Nov 4 14:34:12 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: 3411.059274: ATHR: unknown locale: 69 Nov 4 14:34:19 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: 3417.487304: ATHR: unknown locale: 69 Nov 4 14:34:19 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: 3417.502641: ATHR: unknown locale: 69 Nov 4 14:34:20 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: 3418.133893: ATHR: unknown locale: 69 Nov 4 14:34:20 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: 3418.766054: ATHR: unknown locale: 69 Nov 4 14:34:20 jonathans-mbp kernel[0]: 3418.779146: ATHR: unknown locale: 69 Nov 4 14:34:32 jonathans-mbp.company.local WindowServer[85]: device_generate_desktop_screenshot: authw 0x7fd8d4d5edf0(2000), shield 0x7fd8d4d23e80(2001) Nov 4 14:34:32 jonathans-mbp.company.local WindowServer[85]: device_generate_lock_screen_screenshot: authw 0x7fd8d4d5edf0(2000), shield 0x7fd8d4d23e80(2001) Nov 4 14:34:46 jonathans-mbp.company.local loginwindow[57]: CoreAnimation: warning, deleted thread with uncommitted CATransaction; set CA_DEBUG_TRANSACTIONS=1 in environment to log backtraces. Nov 4 14:34:53 jonathans-mbp.company.local loginwindow[57]: ERROR | -[LWBuiltInScreenLockAuthLion askForPasswordBuiltIn:] | Attempted to add an observer when already observing Nov 4 14:34:53 jonathans-mbp.company.local WindowServer[85]: CGXDisplayDidWakeNotification [3452061928414]: posting kCGSDisplayDidWake Nov 4 14:34:53 jonathans-mbp.company.local WindowServer[85]: handle_will_sleep_auth_and_shield_windows: Deferring. Nov 4 14:35:02 jonathans-mbp com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[145] (com.apple.PackageKit.InstallStatus): Throttling respawn: Will start in 9 seconds Extra.zip
  19. Problem: When I Attempt to wake my Machine from sleep, the screen stays black, although the computer is obviously awake ! This Machine has a 1300W Power Supply So Sleep is Very Useful. I Tried: 1) FIX_WAK and FixShutdown as per Clover Wiki. 2) Although I am using "SAPPHIRE Radeon PULSE RX 580 8GB GDDR5", which Should be completely Supported by Mojave, I Also changed the Part Number to "113-4E353BU-O4E" as per this Guide: http://www.xlr8yourmac.com/archives/feb18/RadeonRX-580_MacPro.html. The GPU is working GREAT without even Clover Inject 3) Tried to Run this command: disablehibernate.command.zip 4) Tried darkwake=0 to 10 5) Disabled wake on USB & Wake on LAN (BIOS) Logs: sudo pmset -g System-wide power settings: Currently in use: hibernatemode 0 disksleep 10 womp 0 networkoversleep 0 sleep 0 Sleep On Power Button 1 ttyskeepawake 1 hibernatefile /var/vm/sleepimage autorestart 0 gpuswitch 2 displaysleep 10 pmset -g assertions 2019-02-19 18:51:04 +0200 Assertion status system-wide: BackgroundTask 1 ApplePushServiceTask 0 UserIsActive 1 PreventUserIdleDisplaySleep 0 PreventSystemSleep 0 ExternalMedia 1 PreventUserIdleSystemSleep 0 NetworkClientActive 0 Listed by owning process: pid 56(powerd): [0x0000001700088000] 00:13:44 ExternalMedia named: "com.apple.powermanagement.externalmediamounted" pid 100(hidd): [0x00000025000980a7] 00:00:00 UserIsActive named: "com.apple.iohideventsystem.queue.tickle.4294968578.17" Timeout will fire in 600 secs Action=TimeoutActionRelease pid 200(mds_stores): [0x0000034e000b8279] 00:00:00 BackgroundTask named: "com.apple.metadata.mds_stores.power" Kernel Assertions: 0x4=USB id=502 level=255 0x4=USB mod=1/1/70, 2:00 AM description=com.apple.usb.externaldevice.1d130000 owner=USB Keyboard id=503 level=255 0x4=USB mod=1/1/70, 2:00 AM description=com.apple.usb.externaldevice.1d120000 owner=Lenovo Optical Mouse Idle sleep preventers: IODisplayWrangler Specs: CPU: 2x Xeon E5-2680 v2 2.8GHz Ten Core Processors RAM: 128 GB 1333 MHz DDR3 ECC Memory GPU: SAPPHIRE Radeon PULSE RX 580 8GB GDDR5 Chipset: Intel C602 Audio: Realtek ALC3220 (ALC280) High Definition Audio SAS Drive Controllers (RAID): LSI 2308 SATA/SAS 6Gb/s controller with host based RAID 0, 1, 10 (4  Network Controller 1: Intel 82579 Gigabit Ethernet controller with Remote Wake UP, PXE and Jumbo frames support Network Controller 2: Intel Ethernet Controller I210  NEC USB3.0 xHCI Controller: Renesas Electronics uPD720201 & uPD720202 for more info: Any Help will be appreciated, Thanks ! Send me Yehias-Mac-Pro.zip
  20. Hey guys! So, this isn't my first time building a Hackintosh, I have done it a few times before. But this is the first time I have done a X299 build and oh boy is it harder! Fortunately at this point I have gotten most things down (I think!) and its running pretty smoothly. There are 2 main issues I need fixed. 1st is that Thunderbolt 3 doesn't seem to be detected at all by MacOS. Here are my specs: Intel Core i9 9900X, 64GB DDR4 RAM, AMD WX5100 video card Asus Prime x299 Deluxe II motherboard So in my case, this motherboard has Thunderbolt 3 and the controller all built in. No matter what I do it doesn't seem I can get it to show up under System Information in High Sierra. I have made sure my BIOS settings are what they need to be and have experimented but to no end. Any help figuring this out would be greatly appreciated! Second issue is sleep/wake doesn't work. I made a quick small video showcasing the problem here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ytzbr9swu95d8d5/Hackintosh Sleep Problem.MOV?dl=0 As you can see, when I press Sleep in High Sierra, it looks like it shuts down or goes to sleep instantly. But it just goes to a black screen, then dark, and nothing I do on the music and keyboard changes it. I have to reset the computer for it to respond again. Im not sure if the computer did actually go sleep and I just couldn't wake it or it indeed just crashed and need to be restarted. The 3rd issue isn't really that big of a deal but any insight is appropriate of course. When I check "About This Mac" under processor it says Unknown. How do I change that to what I actually have? I tried doing it through Clover Configurator but nothing happened or changed. If there is any information I forgot or skipped please let know and I will get back to you. Thanks everyone!
  21. BrianWong11031

    My hackintosh won't sleep!

    Hi, my hackintosh won't sleep! It often sleeps for 3-5 seconds and auto wakes up. sometimes it can't enter the sleep mode even you click the sleep button. I have uploaded my DSDT file. but I don't know how to patch DSDT. If you know how to solve this issue, please help me! Cheers, Brian DSDT.aml
  22. I have read many sleep issue forums and I think my situation is unique. I’m using Yosemite 10.10.2 with Clover and when it sleeps the screen goes black the fans stop and it seems like normal sleep until I try and wake it. If I try to wake it by pressing the power button (*see note below) The computer initiates a restart but cycles continuously trying to post but never posts. To get the MB to post at that stage the only thing I can do is remove and replace the CMOS battery and reset the BIOS settings. My motherboard is an EX58 UD3R 1.6 FK with Xeon 5650 cpu. *Note- This system using Chimera and Mavericks sleep worked fine as long as AppleRTC was patched and the normal way to wake from sleep was to press the power button to re-activate the system and then touch the keyboard or mouse to bring monitor to life. I have ‘AppleRTC = True’ in the Clover config.plist & I’ve tried ‘Darkwake = 1’. Neither has an effect on the behavior I described. I hope someone here can offer some guidance.
  23. Hello everyone (skip to the bold text below if you get bored easily or are in no mood for a story), Working on my first osX86 install, and i'm finding it challenging.. which is interesting at least! I've already tried many different patched .kext(s) , bootflags, and even hardware configs / os configs to resolve some of my outstanding issues... without success. Every time I seem to fix one thing, that fix seems to break another thing that was working before. System is: asus p5e-vm hdmi (w/atherosL1 gigabit NIC AND ALC883 audio), core2quad, gtx260, OCZvertex2, 8gb ram Install flash media created using ###### and the fresh install works fine once I overcame a few issues like the black screen on install (resolved by setting >npci=0x3000 PCIRootUID=0< in the .plist) . Using chameleon 2.1 as bootloader. D-link DWA-556 wireless card worked immediately as did the GTX260. Initially, I had no sound and no ethernet, but was able to find working .kext(s) for both the atherosl1 and the alc883 audio. I then struggled to get sleep / wake functionality working.. I've had a few different sleep issues: 1. not properly sleeping (only turning off the monitor and then not waking again) - this was fixed by a patched AppleRTC.kext which, as a side effect, i can no longer restart the system (without using the power button). This also fixed the CMOS reset issue I was getting every time I powered it off after a failed sleep/wake attempt. If I can get sleep working properly.. it won't bother me too much if i can't restart! 2. properly sleeping, but then the video not coming back (resolved this by darkwake=0). 3. sleeping, and then immediately waking up. **This is where I am now: If the NIC is enabled (wi-fi card disabled), the computer sleeps perfectly. Upon wake, ethernet no longer works (i have tried setting static ip and dns, setting service ordering, and creating a new "location" ). I've tried using patched IOPCIFamily, & AppleACPIPlatform .kext(s) as well. ... the only thing i haven't tried is reverting back to an older version of mDNSResponder as some people have reported as working. I would love to use the ethernet instead of wi-fi but can't seem to fix ethernet after sleep. If I disable the ethernet and instead use the dlink wifi card, the system immediately wakes up. Ethernet continues to work after wake at least... I think my next step is trying the old version of mDNSResponder. BTW, i used DSDT editor to extract my own, compile and then patch my dsdt.aml with patches specifically for my motherboard that I found on olarila.com . Here is what I have in my /Extras/Extensions folder in case you might wonder: bold items are for ALC883 audio support. AHCI_3rdParty_SATA.kext FakeSMC.kext IOUSBMassStorageClass.kext AppleACPIPlatform.kext HDEFInject.kext JMicron36xATA.kext AppleHDA.kext IONetworkingFamily.kext LegacyAppleHDAHardwareConfigDriver.kext EvOreboot.kext IOUSBFamily.kext LegacyHDAPlatformDriver.kext Do any of you fine folks have suggestions on how to fix the ethernet disconnect after sleep issue? Sorry for the rambling and thank you! -Ryan
  24. Hi guys. I bought a Dell Optiplex 7455 USFF late last year in an attempt to set it up as a small mac mini style server, to host all my media files for streaming to the apple tv downstairs. Everything went really well with the install, other than things like the graphics (not so important as it would probably be headless anyway), and also, the sleep/wake ability. Ideally, i'd like to get a basic intel box that has a low power draw, and has enough compatibility to be able to sleep and then wake on demand when access by the apple tv. I have another couple of hackintosh desktops, but have been unsucessful in getting sleep/wake working properly on any of them. Can anyone offer any suggestions for a decent small unit that can do what I need? Would also be great if it was quite quiet, but not a huge deal. Thanks Eds
  25. Hello everyone, after 2 days of trying to build hackintosh from my old pc, i finally got almost perfect hackintosh. I'm running Lion 10.7.2 on C2Quad Q6600 (socket 775) P5K-SE (P35, ICH9) 4x 1GB DDR2 800 ASUS ENGTS 450 1GB ALC883 onboard sound 640GB HDD (SATA2 without AHCI or SATA2 IDE) And struggling to fix these problems, and still failed to. 1. USB storage drive (External Harddrive, and flashdrive) is not ejected properly every times i sleep my PC Solved by SleepWatcher 2.2 2. Onboard Ethernet is not working after wake from sleep. It failed to retrieve IP address from DHCP. But Apple USB Ethernet working just fine. 3. my onboard Ethernet is turned on while sleep but cant do Wake On Lan. 4. after bootup my pc shutdown and restart is working fine. After wake from sleep i cant do the restart but still can do the shutdown. Problem solved by using OSXRestart.kext (Neither EvOreboot nor OpenHaltRestart is working) 5. This is off the topic but I cant patch my DSDT to get SpeedStep working. So if any one knows how to fix this, please help. 6. Auto Sleep not working, monitor goes black but system still running. Also cannot wake it unless reboot. Worked after I replaced my onboard data controller with AsMedia ASM1061 And here is my Post-Installation, i case you guys needed to know for diagnostics 1. ###### with ##### + GF100 Fermi patch 2. Custom DSDT here 3. org.chameleon.Boot.plist here 4. AttansicL1Ethernet.kext here 5. SATA IDE kexts here 6. xnu-sleep-enabler here 7. AppleHDA.kext for ALC883 (working with patched DSDT) here Thank you guys in advance
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