- Mar 3, 2013
- Asrock H77 Pro4/Mvp
- HD 7770
- Mobile Phone
Hi there again! Thanks for the supportSome questions and comments:
- Which version of BIOS is installed?
- Which version of the OpenCore EFI did you download?
- 0.7.4 BIOS F10?
- 0.7.4 BIOS F13?
- Which version of macOS have you installed?
- PO11 is the internal RGB controller.
- If you're using Big Sur or Monterey, there is no need to disable this port because it will not affect sleep/wake.
- If you disconnect the front USB 2.0 ports from Internal USB Header, does sleep work?
- When you say there is a sleep problem, what exactly is the problem?
- Does the system sleep and stay asleep, but does not wake?
- Does the system try to sleep, but wakes up instantly?
- Because you're using Intel WiFi/BT, have you installed the OpenIntelWireless drivers? And modified the config.plist appropriately?
- Please post screenshot of OpenCore Configurator --> Kernel
A lot of question!
My BIOS is F13.
I used your F13 version with OpenCore 0.7.4 downloaded directly from HackindRom.
I'm on Big Sur 11.6
I know that on Big Sur I can leave port P011. But I know from a few friends that the RGB controller can be broken from OpenCore on Windows. I don't use it so I don't need it and I can disable it.
For the internal USB test, yes, I already did try without the header and the problem remains.
The sleep problem is the Instant Wake. It wakes up instantly yes.
Im using last Openintelwireless stable. I'll send screenshot and config.plist as soon as possible because I'm still on the bed right now thanks again and have a good Sunday
P.s. - The strange fact is that the USB 2.0 internal header is part of the "USB 2.0 Hub" together with the Bluetooth controller. So, why the 2 front USB 2.0 of the case doesn't works? (n.b. of course they work on windows!)
P.s.2 - I also add a screenshot from the terminal to see Sleep Wake log reasons