- Nov 4, 2016
- Dell XPS 9550
- Mobile Phone
Laptop: HUAWEI Matebook D Bootloader: Clover UEFI r4871 CPU: Intel Core i7-8550U, 3700 MHz Mainboard chipset: Intel Sunrise Point-LP, Intel Kaby Lake-R (HUAWEI MRC-WX0-PCB) RAM: Samsung 8 GB DDR4-2400 DDR4 x 2 Graphic: Intel UHD Graphics 620 + GeForce MX150 Sound: Realtek ALC256 Network: Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 8265 + Externel USB WiFi Display: 15.6inch, 1920x1080 SSD: (1) LITEON CV8-8E256 (238 GB) NVME Win10 Home NTFS (2) Samsung SSD 860 EVO (250GB) SATA macOS Mojave 10.14.3 APFS
When I manual set the laptop to sleep by click Apple icon menu, it goes to sleep after about 20secs, the power led start blink, then I close the lid, the power led turn off (observe by a little gap).
When I open the lid, laptop wakeup and the screen is turn on immediately, I am able to enter the password and everything working fine.
When I set the laptop to sleep by close the lid, it goes to sleep after about 20secs, the power led turn off.
When I open the lid, laptop wakeup(led is on) and the screen is black and no backlight, I am able to enter the password too (blind typing or using TeamViewer).
But after about 1 min, it auto goes to sleep (TeamViewer connection lost), and the power led start blinking.
I can't figure out the Situation 2, can someone help me to find out the problem?
Problem report attached.
The patchmatic extracted ACPI files can be disassembly by command
iasl -d -fe refs.txt DSDT.aml SSDT*.aml, then manual delete some error line in DSDT.dsl.
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