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Sleep (S3) works now after updating to 10.4.9 with 8.9.1 kernel using netkas instructions. Monitor wakes up again.

Only problem is usb. I have to unplug keyboard. My mouse is conected to the apple-keyboard. After plugging in both work again.

 

Edit: I even got rotation now for my 7300GT

Sleep (S3) works now after updating to 10.4.9 with 8.9.1 kernel using netkas instructions.

Edit: I even got rotation now for my 7300GT

 

so upgrading to 10.4.9 is usefull to obtain a "working sleep"... or did you succeded with 10.4.8 too

 

and about rotating... how did you obtain it?

so upgrading to 10.4.9 is usefull to obtain a "working sleep"... or did you succeded with 10.4.8 too

 

and about rotating... how did you obtain it?

 

Sorry, don't know what exactly has changed. S3-Sleep used to work until 10.4.8. In 4.8 I tried different semthex/mifki kernels - no success. Now in 4.9 it works again, maybe it's due to the several kexts that have been updated, maybe it's cause of the new kernel or maybe both...

As of rotation, I can't say either. Probably because of the new nvidia drivers apple included. I didn't apply Natit_Uni again after the update, it worked right afterwards (with rotation).

 

Sorry, I know this doesn't help a lot - just wanted to report that it works again. :thumbsup_anim:

Guys I've tested 10.4.9 and as before I can only wake up if I use an IDE HDD, if I use an SATA it doesn't wakes up, now for first time ever I have the problem that when I use the IDE hard drive and it wakes up I have to unplug and replug my USB keyboard and mouse.

 

P4 650 3.4GHz, D945GNTL, 1GB RAM. 500GB SATA, eVGA 7900 GT CO, Titan for nvidia.

 

So still to me I still have the same problem I always had, does somebody else have tried using SATA and IDE to see if they are in my same situation?

I can confirm that Hibernation works with the 8.4.1 kernel

 

What did you do to get your PCMCIA slot working?

 

I have a Aspire 5610z with a ENE Tech card bus and I can't find anything anywhere on this forum to get it to work.

So i'm now convinced that the GPU is hanging on S3 resume, and that this is the cause of my problems.

 

I think you're right. I've followed this thread while trying to fix S3 sleep on my own box with moderate success, so I thought I should share these results. One observation I made early on is that almost no one in this thread (and the related cpu throttle/sleep thread) is running a Core 2 system and no one has my motherboard or graphics card (see my sig for system profile). In my situation certain bios settings have everything to do with getting this to work. Bare with me...

 

After installing 10.4.8 sse3 semthex 8.8.1 and getting my audio & lan working plus display modes my first attempt to sleep from the menu bar results in:

 

System falls asleep

System locks while waking up

Black screen with VGA readout at top left "113-A9902-108 RV570 BIOS 702m/581e"

 

Same result if energy saver puts computer to sleep. Went into bios and noticed following settings:

 

Vanderpool - disabled

XD bit - disabled

MPS - ver 1.1 (instead of 1.4)

Recall VGA BIOS from S3 - yes

 

After some tinkering I found that if Vanderpool is disabled and XD is enabled (or vice versa) the screen will turn off and computer will lockup when trying to sleep. The same thing happens when both Vanderpool and XD are enabled and MPS is set to 1.1.

 

 

I had slight success with this setting:

 

Vanderpool: enabled

XD: enabled

MPS version: 1.4

Recall VGA BIOS from S3: yes

 

The computer will sleep and wake with all USB devices functional, but the screen resumes at a very-low resolution (640x480 maybe?) and flashes between top left desktop and plain blue background. Mouse and keyboard work and I can run programs and attempt to switch screen resolutions, which blanks the screen for a moment but does not fix anything. Sometimes the flashes stop and the desktop disappears for no apparent reason, forcing me to hard reboot. Also, this phenomenon is not consistently reproducible. Sometimes the computer doesn't even go into sleep mode. But, if it does reach sleep the low-res flickering desktop thing happens at wake.

 

 

Finally I have a useable S3 with these settings:

 

Vanderpool: Enabled

XD: Enabled

MPS version: 1.4

Recall VGA BIOS from S3: no

 

With those settings the computer will sleep and wake with all USB devices AND the desktop appears with the right resolution! All applications appear and I can drag and resize windows and use menus. Almost perfect except some windows apppear to not refresh correctly. For example, time counter on itunes is frozen while music plays. Also, menu items don't highlight in blue during mouseover. Killing Finder seems to fix these issues. Also also the fan on my X1950 Pro blows loudly after wake, just as it does when my computer first boots and before the card realizes it's not running hot. Finally after wake I can shut the computer off but if I try to restart it OSX closes everything up and hangs.

 

I think if I could re-initialize the graphics card after wake then everything would be perfect, but I don't know how to do that.

 

In any case, I hope some of this long and rambling account helps someone smarter than I to solve the sleep problem

I have a Aspire 5610z with a ENE Tech card bus and I can't find anything anywhere on this forum to get it to work.

Use the attached kexts, drop them to your Extensions folder.. chown, chmod.. reboot

Extensions.zip

 

Thanks for the file but it didn't work, I copied and chmod and repaired permissions and deleted the kext cache and all it did was crash my perfectly running (other than pcmcia) system with kernel panics so I had to reinstall and start all over again.

Thanks for the file but it didn't work, I copied and chmod and repaired permissions and deleted the kext cache and all it did was crash my perfectly running (other than pcmcia) system with kernel panics so I had to reinstall and start all over again.

 

Sorry to hear that bro.. U could have just deleted them in single user mode though :P

 

What is the device id of your adapter.. I am pretty sure it is the same adapter though..

which version are you running? which kernel?

 

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My 7600GS, 5700LE and X800XT work fine with sleep for all new kernels :P

 

Something weird with new 8.9 on my gma950, sleep works for like 5 or 10 min, after that it wont wake :blink:

Sorry to hear that bro.. U could have just deleted them in single user mode though B)

 

Hi,

 

What is the device id of your adapter.. I am pretty sure it is the same adapter though..

which version are you running? which kernel?

 

This is what I got from windows, it's ENE CB 712/714/810 Cardbus 1524 DEV_1412

 

Thanks!

I have the exact same cardbus ENE 712/714/810. I will give your extensions a shot.

Hi,

 

Do you have any suggestions on how to get my card bus working?

 

I tried it again and this time I booted back up without errors but I lost my airport so I replaced the kext with my originals rebooted and my airport came back.

 

I'm puzzeled, also I'm using the latest Jas 10.4.8 Intel Amd with darwin 8.8.1 kernel.

Kiko: you mentioned your X1600 sleeps and wakes ok? Can you post the result of this:

 

 

ioreg -l -w0 >file.txt

 

and post the file.txt please?

 

thx

I have a Nvidia 7600GT with Diabolik's dual natit installer. When I sleep using the menu option, and then wake I get a black screen with a mouse pointer. If I swap out the Dvi to the other port (Dual Dvi Card), I can see the desktop but its frozen.

 

If I let the computer sleep on its own, and then wake almost immediately, It works fine. If I leave it for long, it doesn't boot at all.

 

I know there were some mentions on how Nvidia cards should sleep and wake properly, so I'm wondering where mine is going wrong.

My Hack have a d945GTPLKR board with a D930 @ 3.02 / 1 Gig Ram / x1300 256 meg card / 2 sata hd's ( 250 Gig / 80 Gig ) / onboard sound..

 

Jas 10.4.8 ppf1 -> Apple Update to 10.4.9 with 8.9.1 kernel manually updated..

 

My hack sleeps fine (S3 Deep sleep - monitor off / unit off ) and the only issue I have is that when it come back from sleep the usb mouse/keyboard must be manually reset (unplug/replug) I am assuming that the usb ports are not being reset properly..

 

Hey Munky.. is this what you get?? and am I right about the onboard ports being reset or not reset??

 

Abysmal

My Hack have a d945GTPLKR board with a D930 @ 3.02 / 1 Gig Ram / x1300 256 meg card / 2 sata hd's ( 250 Gig / 80 Gig ) / onboard sound..

 

Jas 10.4.8 ppf1 -> Apple Update to 10.4.9 with 8.9.1 kernel manually updated..

 

My hack sleeps fine (S3 Deep sleep - monitor off / unit off ) and the only issue I have is that when it come back from sleep the usb mouse/keyboard must be manually reset (unplug/replug) I am assuming that the usb ports are not being reset properly..

 

Hey Munky.. is this what you get?? and am I right about the onboard ports being reset or not reset??

 

Abysmal

 

Abysmal are you loading OSX from your 80GB SATA or from your 250GB SATA?

My Hack have a d945GTPLKR board with a D930 @ 3.02 / 1 Gig Ram / x1300 256 meg card / 2 sata hd's ( 250 Gig / 80 Gig ) / onboard sound..

 

Jas 10.4.8 ppf1 -> Apple Update to 10.4.9 with 8.9.1 kernel manually updated..

 

My hack sleeps fine (S3 Deep sleep - monitor off / unit off ) and the only issue I have is that when it come back from sleep the usb mouse/keyboard must be manually reset (unplug/replug) I am assuming that the usb ports are not being reset properly..

 

Hey Munky.. is this what you get?? and am I right about the onboard ports being reset or not reset??

 

Abysmal

 

I have the same board and I have the same USB problem when it tries to sleep. I'm using the onboard video, Intel 950.

I have 10.4.8 booting on the 250 and 10.4.9 booting off of the 80.. why??

 

Because I think that maybe the hard drive size would be an issue too.

 

my IDE hard drive is 40GB and my SATA is 500GB, and I can only sleep and wake up from my IDE hard drive.

 

Also I'm using Titan but when I check the video card and monitor on System Preferences I can see my video card and my monitor but it says that my monitor is not connected.

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