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vasir15

DSDT wake only via power switch

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Hello,

Just upgraded to 10.8.2 and sleep works with plain DSDT if I wake the machine up via power button. Now I also have a DSDT that used to wakeup the machine via KB in 10.7.5 but now if I use it for 10.8.2 the machine wakes up but blank screen. Any ideas?

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ATI card ?

If it's, maybe you have to edit the framebuffer manually.

Hi,

 

Sorry forgot the system spec:

 

GA-P35-DS3L

Nvidia ( apple ) PEG

12 GIG RAM

 

Worked very well in 10.7.4 but 10.8 I am having issues.

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Hi,

 

Sorry forgot the system spec:

 

GA-P35-DS3L

Nvidia ( apple ) PEG

12 GIG RAM

 

Worked very well in 10.7.4 but 10.8 I am having issues.

blank screen ?

showing nothing but nearly white background?

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blank screen ?

showing nothing but nearly white background?

it is black screen ... system is all powered up but thats about it.

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it is black screen ... system is all powered up but thats about it.

I've met this before. But my hack in running on ATI card. As I've already said before, I had to modify ATIframebuffer to make it work.

I guess you may solve this problem by assigning correct value to Nvcap in dsdt.

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double check power management settings in bios, since gigabyte they most likely got reset if you tried sleep without AppleRTC.kext patched. Patch AppleRTC.kext then use modified DSDT

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