I already read it but I do not know what to do.
sorry my mistakeNo "Problem Reporting" files attached.
Read post #1, "Problem Reporting" again. Carefully. Attach all requested files/output.
P.S. I don't know why we have to go through this again. All problem reports must have "Problem Reporting" files attached. Any change requires new "Problem Reporting" files. No exceptions.
sorry my mistake
upload new "problem reporting" files
after ./install_downloads.shYou did not follow the guide properly.
IntelBacklight.kext is installed as if you didn't run install_downloads.sh (for macOS, it will delete IntelBackight.kext and install AppleBacklightInjector.kext).
Make sure you copy of the repo is up-to-date.
Run install_downloads.sh as per guide.
Also, you still didn't remove VirtualBox.
after " touch /System/Library/Extensions && sudo kextcache -u /" and new reboot , audio is working, but usb still no work
also, still no screen wakeup after sleep...
As I wrote before... after any change...
Need fresh "Problem Reporting" files.
(the last ioreg you attached shows non-working backlight control due to lack of kernel cache rebuild).
You will also need to provide details on your sleep issue:
- method of triggering sleep?
- sleep successfully entered? (blinking power LED)?
- all USB devices unplugged?
- check BIOS settings
- current BIOS installed?
- method of waking?
- what happens upon wake?
- check external monitor?
- method of triggering sleep : Close lid , shutdown menu -> sleep
- sleep successfully entered: no... led is always on
- all USB devices unplugged : yes
- check BIOS settings : checked
- current BIOS installed:
- method of waking: open lid , power button , keyboard press
- - what happens upon wake: screen is black , keyboard backlight is on , i can type my pass and login , execute commands , but no image on screen
- check external monitor: no audio/video
pmset -g assertions
Keep in mind 15-20 delay before sleep is actually started.
pmset -g assertions
Check that hibernate is disabled:
Check that "Wake on LAN" and "Wake on USB" are disabled in BIOS.
Your ioreg shows serial port is enabled in BIOS (as per guide, should be disabled).
Check DVMT-prealloc is set correctly (should be 64mb).
Huge values for DVMT-prealloc likely to cause problems.
Use only Apple->Sleep to test sleep (LID initiated sleep adds complexity that we don't need right now).
Test also display sleep/wake. Apple->Sleep, followed by press of a key before the 15-20 second delay is display sleep.
If display sleep/wake is not working, then we need to explore graphics related problems.
Remove software not recommended by this guide. Do a fresh install if needed.
For example, I noticed this:
kext file:///System/Library/Extensions/DisableTurboBoostBattery.kext/ is in hash exception list, allowing to load
Note: Your Clover revision is a bit old (r4077).
EmuVariableUefi-64... not sure if you need it. Your NVRAM might be natively working.
Use remote desktop to capture ioreg after sleep/wake.