GA-Z77X-UD5H Mountain Lion Sleep Issues

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  1. Pyth0n

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    Aug 17, 2012 #1
    Pyth0n

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    I'm having some sleep issues with this motherboard.

    Even in Lion and Mountain Lion.

    When I go to Sleep everything works fine. But when I get back from sleep the USB Keyboard and Mouse Lags a little (not apple keyboard tried with both).

    The real issue is with the USB power. When I plug a pendrive it goes OK. But the first time I plug an USB HDD the drive doesn't work and the whole system hangs If I try to open Finder.

    But if I plug the HDD wait a little remove and plug back in everything works just fine and the other HDDs plugs also.

    Any News about that?

    What about the Intel HD 2500? I would like to use the mirror and hardware encoder just that. I'm using an Sapphire 6870 with Duckweed as frame buffer. Works like a charm. Games and everything.
     
  2. sammikhail

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    Aug 20, 2012 #2
    sammikhail

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    Try disabling XMP if you are setting XHCI Mode to Auto.
    If Smart Auto or enabled you can use XMP.
    I think when iMac13,x smbio.plist is available, it will fix the problem as the new iMac will be available with 1600MHz memory modules.

    Test this solution and inform me please.
     
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    Aug 20, 2012 #3
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    oh boy, I was looking for a fix and disabling XMP solved my problem. Thanks
     
  4. Pyth0n

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    Aug 21, 2012 #4
    Pyth0n

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    With XMP Enabled / XHCI Smart Auto / EHCI Hand Off Disabled = the system wakes from slep and the keyboard and mouse lags a lot.

    With XMP Disabled / XHCI Auto / EHCI Hand Off Enable = the system wakes from sleep and the keyboard never returns. Have to plug it in and out.

    With XMP Disabled / XHCI Smart Auto / EHCI Hand Off Disabled = the system wakes from sleep with ALL USBs OK The Keyboard and mouse don't lag

    Didn't Tried other combinations.
    XHCI Hand Off Always Enabled since it's default
     
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    I was experiencing the same issue: laggy keyboard and mouse for ~ 1 min. after wake and USB 3 card reader permanently disconnected. I will try your combination of settings to see if it works for me as well.

    btw - does your system sleep automatically? Mine never does and would really like it to.
     
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    Yay!! Your last set of settings allows for a full wake with no lagging and my USB 3.0 card reader still connected.

    Still no auto-sleep though! My display dutifully adheres to the energy saver settings, but the CustoMac stays awake. :(
     
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    I have the same issues with the same board, but this didn't work for me. With the third settings, but memory clocked at 16.00 I got a reboot on wake. With the same settings and memory left at Auto I got a light blue freeze screen waking from sleep.
     
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    so can u confirm if the usb3/2 devices works with all usb ports without any issues ???? Smart auto ???
     
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    Aug 23, 2012 #9
    Pyth0n

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    Almost ALL my devices where working with smart auto.

    With the exception of a WD My Passport drive that mounts the HD and a CD drive that contains the software. That device locked all my system.

    I them changed the XHCI to Auto and everything is working.

    With XMP Disabled / XHCI Auto / XHCI Hand Off Enabled / EHCI Hand Off Disabled


    The EHCI Hand Off enabled don't work.
     
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    thanks 4 the great info
     

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