Turns out it wasn't working properly after all. Yay for testing. Should not have removed USBInjectAll.kext, had made a couple of further errors in my SSDT, and I hadn't set up the power property injection, which in the end this post helped me do...
I had followed that guide (or thought I had) - but I made a couple of mistakes - incorrectly labelled the type of the port I'd connected the Broadcom card to (I put 0, as it's a USB2 port, but should have put 255 for internal) - and I failed to remove USBInjectAll.kext after I was done...
Thanks - I disconnected it, and sleep worked fine. Sorry - I really should have tried that before.
Is it possible to stop that specific USB port from waking the machine?
Allow Bluetooth Devices to Wake this Computer is disabled, so I know that doesn't work.
Completed my new dream build over Christmas - so I've gone all in with a wall-mounted water cooled approach - it's a pretty ambitious build for me, and I've learned a whole lot more about configuring Hackintoshes along the way (although I still feel like I know nothing)
I was already on iMac14,2 - confirmed in System Report - but it won't let me download - I get the standard "This version of macOS 10.12 cannot be installed on this computer." dialog.
Any suggestions would be very welcome :)
Worked well, but dear Lord, was Multibeast slow. Took about half an hour to install the basic DSDT-Free + network drivers (over five minutes before the progress bar showed that anything was happening)
Apart from that, it was a breeze :)
Sadly, I can't seem to find a GA-Z77X-UP5-TH in the UK for love nor money. Unless I choose to import one. The suppliers tell me its being discontinued?
I bought a GA-Z77X-UD5H instead, but they're getting a little thin on the ground also...
Yep - I've owned a few Macs over the years.
First was a PM7500 (wonderful machine for its day)
Followed by one of the blue & white PowerMacs
Then a Mac Pro (PowerPC)
Replaced that with my Hack, but I still own a 2009 MacBook Pro, which is still a great machine, and still going strong...