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Need a little help.Solve the problem dsdt can not shut down.

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thinkcentre m57

 

10.8.3 guid

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Attempt to modify many times. Have not been successful.Hope to get a little help to solve the problem of the shutdown.

Sleep does not matter. Normal shutdown like. Other and everything was fine. Thank you |

 

 

This is no dsdt modified.dsdt.aml.zip

 

This is a modified dsdt.dsdt.aml副本.zip

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I applied the patch shutdown in your DSDT, if this not work try this little script for shutdown. Schutdown.app.zip
First say thank youI think it should be a power management problem? Do you think?Shutdown computer monitors can power off. But the graphics card fan is still in the rotation. As if the hard disk is also energized

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I applied the patch shutdown in your DSDT, if this not work try this little script for shutdown. Schutdown.app.zip

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279195-lenovo-thinkcentre-m57-sff-shutdown/#entry1874893

He and my question

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thinkcentre m57

 

10.8.3 guid

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Attempt to modify many times. Have not been successful.Hope to get a little help to solve the problem of the shutdown.

Sleep does not matter. Normal shutdown like. Other and everything was fine. Thank you |

 

 

This is no dsdt modified.dsdt.aml.zip

 

This is a modified dsdt.dsdt.aml副本.zip

 

 

 

 

Method (_PTS, 1, NotSerialized)

{

If (LEqual (Arg0, 0x05))

{

\_SB.PHSR (0x4B)

Store (Zero, SLPE)

Sleep (0x10)

}

Else

{

Store (Arg0, DEBG)

}

}

 

get

ok

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Hello, welhongchang, did you try evoreboot.kext?

 

Shutdown with Mountain Lion is always potentially buggy: with older or unorthodox CPUs, it sometimes doesn't work at all, sometimes it works unreliably or with strange behavior (like taking 10+ minutes to shutdown etc) and sometimes it works without any problem.

 

All the best!

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