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Sleep Reboots after Wake with High Sierra

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I installed High Sierra 10.13.6 and EVERYTHING is working beautifully EXCEPT sleep. The machine goes to sleep fine but when it wakes it reboots. I've been searching for a fix for days now so I thought I would see if someone here can help.

 

I had Sierra 10.12 and sleep was fine, but something in High Sierra doesn't like waking up. :(

 

I attached my IOreg (RunMe) files below. Any help would be great!!! 

 

Send me Macs-iMac.at.net.zip

 

 

I ran pmset -g but not sure what to look for here:

 

System-wide power settings:

Currently in use:

hibernatemode        0

halfdim              1

womp                 0

networkoversleep     0

sleep                30 (sleep prevented by apsd, coreaudiod, UserEventAgent, AddressBookSourceSync, mds, mds_stores)

Sleep On Power Button 1

ttyskeepawake        1

hibernatefile        /var/vm/sleepimage

disksleep            10

displaysleep         15 (display sleep prevented by com.apple.WebKit.WebContent)

 

 

SPECS:

Dell Precision T1500 (Latest BIOS 2.4.0)

i7-880 CPU

Nvidia 740 4GB Video Card

High Sierra 10.13.6

 

Edited by bocajoe

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hibernatemode=0, i.e. you've already disabled hibernation.

 

Try to remove the sleep image file:

sudo pmset -a hibernatefile /dev/null
sudo rm -f /var/vm/sleepimage

 

Edited by Hervé

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20 minutes ago, Hervé said:

Did you try to remove the sleep image file ?


sudo pmset -a hibernatefile /dev/null
sudo rm -f /var/vm/sleepimage

 

Thank you Hervé... I just tried it but unfortunately it still reboots when I wake it from sleep. :(

 

I was hoping that was the magic fix.

 

System-wide power settings:

Currently in use:

hibernatemode        0

halfdim              1

womp                 0

networkoversleep     0

sleep                30 (sleep prevented by AddressBookSourceSync, coreaudiod, apsd)

Sleep On Power Button 1

ttyskeepawake        1

hibernatefile        /dev/null

disksleep            10

displaysleep         15 (display sleep prevented by com.apple.WebKit.WebContent)

Edited by bocajoe

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What drivers you have for Clover

I find that AptioFixDrv.efi and AptioMemoryFix.efi works and AptioFixDrv3.efi breaks wake i.e reboots.

May be whats happening here...

 

edit:

DOH should have looked at his specs, NO APTIO Firmaware, consider this post irrelevant to HIM

but may be relevant to users of Aptio.

Edited by STLVNUB

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13 hours ago, STLVNUB said:

What drivers you have for Clover

I find that AptioFixDrv.efi and AptioMemoryFix.efi works and AptioFixDrv3.efi breaks wake i.e reboots.

May be whats happening here...

 

Thank you STLVNUB I am using Legacy boot on this machine and the only drivers I used are:

 

EmuVariableUEFI-64

OSXAptioFixDrv-64

PartitionDXE-64

 

Should I try to use AptioFixDrv.efi and AptioMemoryFix.ef? If so should I not use OSXAptioFixDrv-64? Or if you can let me know what drivers you would use that would be great! I am far from an expert on this but I love learning.

 

I appreciate your and everybody else's help! :)

 

SPECS:

Dell Precision T1500 (Latest BIOS 2.4.0)

i7-880 CPU

Nvidia 740 4GB Video Card

High Sierra 10.13.6

 

Edited by bocajoe

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22 minutes ago, STLVNUB said:

I don't think you need OSXAptioFix as you don't have Aptio Bios

That may be the problem. Try without it.

Ok thank you. So then i should use these 2 drivers?

 

EmuVariableUEFI-64

PartitionDXE-64

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16 hours ago, STLVNUB said:

Trial and error, try without, see what happens, been a while since I was legacy ;)

 

Thanks again STLVNUB! I just got home and took out OSXAptioFix and crossed my fingers... it still reboots on wake.

 

I was peeking at my drivers64UEFI and drivers64 folders thinking what to remove or do I need to add another driver????? Wish I knew more about this stuff!!!

 

If someone can take a look at my IOreg files below and point me in the right direction I would be so thankful. I'm so close, but reboot on sleep is my only issue.

 

Send me Macs-iMac.at.net.zip

 

Dell Precision T1500 (Latest BIOS 2.4.0)

i7-880 CPU

Nvidia 740 4GB Video Card

High Sierra 10.13.6

 

 

 

 

Edited by bocajoe

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