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Hi everyone. I have a question that I haven't been able to find out what's going on.

I have a Asus Zenbook UX303UA (Specs: i7-6500U, with Intel HD520, and 500GB SSD + 12GB of Ram) (All Kexts Updated and running Opencore 0.6.9) with BigSur 11.2.3 running on it.

However, my machine keeps waking up every 5 or 10 minutes, and I haven't been able to track down what's causing that. I wonder if anyone could have a look at the log taken from the console, and help me understand it. I am attaching the system.log I just extracted from the console. 

It contains a lot of those ALS Sender Statistics and some other stuff related to mdworker. 

This has been affecting the machine for quite a while, and on the battery settings, I have unchecked every box, meaning that the Power Nap is disabled. Sending statistics to Apple has also been disabled, and the notification settings are also disabled for when the screen is locked or suspended.

I have already mapped the USB Ports, patched the DSDT, and everything runs great, like a true MacBook Pro, except for this situation. 
I am also attaching my EFI in case anyone wants to take a look at it ( and yes, I removed my Serial Number and all stuff related to MLB and ROM)( also yes, my iServices are running without hiccups = iMessage and Facetime ) 


I would appreciate some light on this matter.



Thanks a lot in advance.


System Log EFI.zip

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