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Gigabyte h360m d3h shutdown, sleep and reboot not working on High Sierra

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Hi,

 

I have High Sierra 10.13.6 installed on a Gigabyte h360m d3h, an i3 8100 processor and a GeForce GTX 760.

 

I'm having some issues with sleep, shutdown and reboot not working correctly, this is what happens:

Sleep: the machine restarts

Shutdown: the OS appears to not be running but the machine is left on

Restart: the same as shutdown

 

Everything else (audio, video, usb) appears to be working correctly.

 

Do you know how can I fix this?

 

I'm attaching my config.plist and clover bootlog

 

config.plist

bootlog.txt

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