- Nov 4, 2010
- HP Elitebook 840 G3
- HD 520 1920x1080
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
You might try with VoodooTSCSync.kext (available from my github).I removed the Intel M.2 SSD and still can't wake from sleep. Like I said before sleep works 100% correctly in Windows. I see before I2c mentioned so I booted up Windows and I do see a 9D60 i2c controller in my system devices. Do you think I need to re-do the setup using the i2c branch? If so how do I clone the i2c branch of your github to go through the setup.
Edit never mind on the I2c looks like I don't have an I2c Touchpad only I2c Touchscreen.
Still no change. I installed your version of VoodooTSCSync.kext using kextbeast to /library/extensions unfortunately still can't wake from sleep. I am starting to wonder what is different in my machine from others. I have seen two other people that look to have this same machine with no issues. Can you think of anything in bios that I may have over looked. I disabled the important things as stated in the guide like extended idle power states, lan/wan switching wake on usb and wake on lan.You might try with VoodooTSCSync.kext (available from my github).
It does not, i tried in 840 g3 last year and a month ago, i think last year the card was recognized but did not show any network, i tried again the same card last month in my 840 g2 and the system fails to boot totally. Maybe i will try it again next time i see some changes in the broadcom drivers
i found this wifi card:No personal experience with DW1510, therefore impossible for me to answer your question in that way.
For you to investigate.