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Cannot wake up hackintosh ! It has a sleep of death !

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I was a ML Atkos happy user and one day i've accidentally pressed sleep button instead of turn off..Now my hackintosh won't wake up,there's nothing on screen,hard reset did not helped,deleting sleep image also..


Please,help me if you can :)


My specs


CPU:Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600


GPU:Nvidia Geforce 9500 gt 512mb

No patched DSDT,just clean install of iAtkos

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Back up and reinstall. Do a retail installation: distros are prone to present annoying issues (you're just the last one of an endless list of examples) and only the creator of the distro can give you proper support, otherwise you are on your own. A retail copy of Mountain Lion costs only twenty bucks: that's only two big mac combos, so you ditch going to Mc Donalds twice and get both a healthier hackintosh and little less cholesterol in your blood.


Best regards.

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I have same problem on my mountain lion of retail installation. I think it is not only the fault of distros.

With sleep enabler kext, it wake from sleep within few seconds. I saw the wake reason : GBE, EHC2, EHCI.


There are many thread regarding this. I have read on forum for that anyone must have working speedstep, patched AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement & proper DSDT :D .



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