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Good day everyone, After a successful Mountain Lion install i began to do a few tweaks to the system to achieve a more stable one.

 

Everithing works except sleep, it goes to sleep, it wakes up, but the screen stays blank, no confirmation from volume keys. The fans powers on and that's about it. If i leave the system to enter display sleep. the screen turns on but it shows color noise for about a minute and then returns to normal.

 

I tried everything from SleepEnabler.kext the mountain lion version, to BIOS tweaks but nothing works. This is the current system setup

 

Mountain Lion 10.8.2 Installed with Chameleon.

Asrock Z68 Pro3 2.10 IvyBridge Bios with power management modification from semisnake

i3-2100 @ 3.10Ghz

Corsair Vegeance 16Gb RAM @ 1600Mhz

EVGA GTX 560 non-ti(Works OOB)

Audio works ith AppleHDA and HDAEnabler from toleda

Standard HDDs

SMBios ATM is iMac 12.2 but i tried all of them with no luck.

I added a DSDT file for the system but i don't think that's the problem.

DSDT.rar

 

Can there be anything that i'm missing?

 

Also i get that stinking USB device is drawing too much power alert every time i power on the system, but i don't any USB devices inserted except USB apple keyboard and USB MagicMouse. Can that be fixed?

 

Thanks a million!!!

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