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Frequent resets upon wake after sleep on el Capitan

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Hi all,

As per the title of this thread, I have very often a reset when waking up from sleep. I used to have Yosemite with 16GB of ram and never had a problem. Then I upgraded my memory from 16 to 32GB and this is where the problem started to appear. I tried all the possible settings in the bios that I could think of; no XMP, XMP profile 1, 2, increasing voltage, etc.
Maybe the memory is faulty but I doubt.
I have tried to narrow down to the apps that could have cause the problem but it is never the same one. One day it is launchd, another day it will be something different, etc.
Hence it is impossible to find out what the problem is. When the system reset, once it is back and running, quite often I will lose the connection to the bluetooth apple keyboard and mouse or sometimes I will get the connection to the mouse but if I drag the mouse on the screen, lift it and put it down, the cursor jumps to the upper left hand side corner. quite weird. It is impossible to use the system when the mouse behave this way so I have to shut it down, plug the bluetooth receiver - an IOGEAR something- to a different usb port and restart the system.
I installed a while ago El capitan thinking that the problem could be fixed but no, it is still there.
I have exhausted all the ideas I could think of, hence my request for help. The only idea that came to my mind recently was maybe a problem due to CMOS reset after sleep/wake? if so, how would you install it on el capitan+clover? I can't find any reliable help/guide
For info my system is running El Capitan 10.11.2 with a clover installation on a UD5H. I don't remember anything related to CMOS reset during the clover installation. Maybe it is not a problem.
any help would be much appreciated.
 
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Hi all,

As per the title of this thread, I have very often a reset when waking up from sleep. I used to have Yosemite with 16GB of ram and never had a problem. Then I upgraded my memory from 16 to 32GB and this is where the problem started to appear. I tried all the possible settings in the bios that I could think of; no XMP, XMP profile 1, 2, increasing voltage, etc.
Maybe the memory is faulty but I doubt.
I have tried to narrow down to the apps that could have cause the problem but it is never the same one. One day it is launchd, another day it will be something different, etc.
Hence it is impossible to find out what the problem is. When the system reset, once it is back and running, quite often I will lose the connection to the bluetooth apple keyboard and mouse or sometimes I will get the connection to the mouse but if I drag the mouse on the screen, lift it and put it down, the cursor jumps to the upper left hand side corner. quite weird. It is impossible to use the system when the mouse behave this way so I have to shut it down, plug the bluetooth receiver - an IOGEAR something- to a different usb port and restart the system.
I installed a while ago El capitan thinking that the problem could be fixed but no, it is still there.
I have exhausted all the ideas I could think of, hence my request for help. The only idea that came to my mind recently was maybe a problem due to CMOS reset after sleep/wake? if so, how would you install it on el capitan+clover? I can't find any reliable help/guide
For info my system is running El Capitan 10.11.2 with a clover installation on a UD5H. I don't remember anything related to CMOS reset during the clover installation. Maybe it is not a problem.
any help would be much appreciated.

I have the same problem. Did you solve it in the last year?
 
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