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Problema Sleep e Audio su ASUS K750LN

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Salve a tutti Gente, mi ritrovo a scrivere questo post poichè ad Oggi, nn sono ancora riuscito a Fixare questi due problemi nella mia installazione di El Capitan.

 

1. Lo Sleep non mi funziona, per spiegarmi megio, lo schermo si spegne, ma il Notebook rimane comunque acceso appunto.

 

2. L'Audio a volte funziona e altre no, ho notato che questo accade quando Riavvio da OSX o da Linux, a volte capita anche quando spengo completamente il computer.

Allego qui sotto il mio config, il DSDT/SSDT presenti nella cartella ACPI/Patched e l'ioreg, nella speranza che qualcuno possa darmi una mano a risolvere questo noioso problema.

 

P.S. Il Notebook inteso, è quello in firma.

Ringrazio anticipatamente chiunque vorrà e potrà darmi una mano a fixare i due punti di cui sopra.

MacBook Pro.ioreg.zip

DSDT-SSDT.zip

config.plist.zip

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