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[SOLVED] GA-B250-HD3 all works very well except sleep

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Hello everybody

I have GA-B250-HD3, and core i5 6500 CPU whith inernal graphics

I'am happy that Mac OS X High Sierra on my machine is work very well, but 1 trouble is saddens me.
Sleep/Hybernation dont work. I tryied to write several darkwake options in Clover, and tryied to change
hibernatemode 0,3,25. I am newbie at hackintosh, and i think that if i want that sleep is working i need to patch DSDT, but i cant do it.
If somebody have this motherboard too and know how repair sleep, please help.

Sorry for my English, i hope somebody understood me =)

 

UPD: I solved the problem and hibernation worked very well whith integrated graphics hd530.

If you want to hibernation works:

- put atached  HibernationFixup.kext to /EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other

- put atached AptioMemoryFix.efi to /EFI/CLOVER/drivers64UEFI

-delete EmuVariableUefi-64.efi from /EFI/CLOVER/drivers64UEFI

- in terminal enter

sudo pmset -a hibernatemode 25

-in config.plist add boot args:

-hbfx-patch-pci=XHC -hbfx-dump-nvram

and

<key>StrictHibernate</key>
		<true/>

My config.plist is atached, i hope it wil be useful

AptioMemoryFix.efi

HibernationFixup.kext.zip

config.plist

Edited by zekeer
i had solved the problem with hibernation and want to put it to other users

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here we go, replace full folder, , remove VoodooHda, Reboot

CLOVER.zip

*in some cases intelHD 6xx have several problems with sleep, dont work

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here we go, replace full folder, , remove VoodooHda, Reboot

attachicon.gifCLOVER.zip

*in some cases intelHD 6xx have several problems with sleep, dont work

thx, good news - system is booted, bad news i haven't sound but output devices is on and sleep steel rebooting after wake up

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go to system preferences/audio/output and check there

output devices i see there, but sound is absent, and video on youtube dont going

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back ur voodoohda

ok, sound is coming back.

Hibernation is steel broken :cry:

anyway thank you very much for your time spent for me, i am very glad that guys all over the world can help each other

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later we try other layout id, ur audio work with native drivers ;)

sounds great)

sleep is absolutly imposible for my chipset?

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Did you try darkwake=10 flag? On my motherboard (which is, I guess by the name, very similar to yours) it works perfectly fine. I don't use internal graphics, maybe that makes the difference.

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Did you try darkwake=10 flag? On my motherboard (which is, I guess by the name, very similar to yours) it works perfectly fine. I don't use internal graphics, maybe that makes the difference.

thx brat.

I tried connect old Geforce GT9600 and turn off the internal graphics, then boot with darkwake=10, sleep works perfect.

Guys if somebody knows how to work sleep on integrated graphics on core i5 6500 please tell me)

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I am download olarila image, took config.plist from it and my sound works with native kext.

And sleep works perfectly with my good old 9600 gt)))

Thanx guys, all solved)

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I solved the problem and hibernation is worked very well, at 1st post wrote how did it

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This get's sleep working for me on Intel  graphics

 

sudo pmset -a standby 0 

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On 12.03.2018 at 3:50 PM, Donw35 said:

This get's sleep working for me on Intel  graphics

 

sudo pmset -a standby 0 

What hibernatemode do you use?

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