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775i945GZ Sleep Works But Odd Behavior, Long Wake

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Setup:

 

• Retail Mountain Lion 10.8.2

• ASRock 775i945GZ

• Intel Core 2 Duo E4700

• Sapphire AMD HD 5750 1Gb

• 4 GB Ram

 

DSDT:

 

• Patched TMR, PIC, RTC, HPET, PWRB, _WAK, USB

• Renamed TMR, PIC, COPR, USB0, USB1, USB2, USB3, EUSB to TIMR, IPIC, MATH, UHC1, UHC2, UHC3, UHC4, EHC1

• Added SBUS device

 

Working:

 

• Audio - ALC888 with DSDT patch & patched AppleHDA.kext

• Video - Full QE/CI/Resolution by adding device id to ATI5000Controller.kext & AMDRadeonAccelerator.kext and DSDT patch (for 10.8.2 had to roll back to 10.8.0 ATI5000Controller.kext)

• Ethernet - Added AppleRTL8139Ethernet.kext to IONetworkingFamily.kext/Contents/Plugins/ and DSDT patch for built-in

 

Kinda Working:

 

• Sleep - Sleep works, but the fans remain running for about 30 seconds and then turn off (system is asleep). When system wakes (by keyboard key or mouse click) it takes about 5 to 10 minutes for the monitor to wake up and for the USB devices to get power (USB device used to wake has power, others don't). Sometimes sleeping the system a second time does not work and results in black screen with fans still running. Additionally, I have to patch AppleRTC.kext to prevent a CMOS reset when waking from sleep.

 

I have attached my DSDT.

 

775i945GZ dsdt.aml.zip

 

Anyone able to help me figure out what is wrong with sleep on this machine

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Setup:

 

• Retail Mountain Lion 10.8.2

• ASRock 775i945GZ

• Intel Core 2 Duo E4700

• Sapphire AMD HD 5750 1Gb

• 4 GB Ram

 

DSDT:

 

• Patched TMR, PIC, RTC, HPET, PWRB, _WAK, USB

• Renamed TMR, PIC, COPR, USB0, USB1, USB2, USB3, EUSB to TIMR, IPIC, MATH, UHC1, UHC2, UHC3, UHC4, EHC1

• Added SBUS device

 

Working:

 

• Audio - ALC888 with DSDT patch & patched AppleHDA.kext

• Video - Full QE/CI/Resolution by adding device id to ATI5000Controller.kext & AMDRadeonAccelerator.kext and DSDT patch (for 10.8.2 had to roll back to 10.8.0 ATI5000Controller.kext)

• Ethernet - Added AppleRTL8139Ethernet.kext to IONetworkingFamily.kext/Contents/Plugins/ and DSDT patch for built-in

 

Kinda Working:

 

• Sleep - Sleep works, but the fans remain running for about 30 seconds and then turn off (system is asleep). When system wakes (by keyboard key or mouse click) it takes about 5 to 10 minutes for the monitor to wake up and for the USB devices to get power (USB device used to wake has power, others don't). Sometimes sleeping the system a second time does not work and results in black screen with fans still running. Additionally, I have to patch AppleRTC.kext to prevent a CMOS reset when waking from sleep.

 

I have attached my DSDT.

 

775i945GZ dsdt.aml.zip

 

Anyone able to help me figure out what is wrong with sleep on this machine

 

Totally off-topic but how did you manage to install 10.8? Did you make a dvd or did you boot from usb? I have a similar system her from a friend of mine but it wont boot from usb. Hope you dont mind i took your dsdt to try this machine? What is your bios version?

 

Ben

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Totally off-topic but how did you manage to install 10.8? Did you make a dvd or did you boot from usb? I have a similar system her from a friend of mine but it wont boot from usb. Hope you dont mind i took your dsdt to try this machine? What is your bios version?

 

Ben

 

Booting from a USB drive didn't work for me either. I used a laptop SATA drive to create an installer and mounted it internally on the SATA bus. That booted just fine.

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