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No sound after long sleep - CoffeeLake - High Sierra 10.13.6

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Hello!

After update to latest HS version I have disappearing Display Port audio in my LG 31MU97Z-B monitor after long sleep.

My hardware is:

CPU: Intel 8700K
GPU: integrated
MB: MSI z370m Gaming Pro AC
RAM: 16GB
Monitor: LG 31MU97Z-B

My Clover folder is attached to this post.

CLOVER.zip

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A Simple and quick FIX

 

Just keep your machine back to sleep in the apple drop down options in the top left and wake it up by moving mouse or with any key.

 

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