- Oct 4, 2011
- Gigabyte Lion
- Intel 6-core
- Nvidia 560 2GB
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
the_gael said:phomac said:I've been pulling my hair for three days now trying to fix the sleep issue. It used to work and even the wake up. Automatic sleep (5min) doesn't work but it does sleep when I put the sucker to sleep by going to apple menu. If I wake it up with the mouse, keyboard or power button, it powers up but the screens (dual) are still sleeping. Not sure if it was really waking up but I can hear the HD/fan running. I tried jpa's fixI also tried ppvanzella's way by upgrading Lnx2Mac drivers to the latest version. I added the darkwake=0 in chameleon boot plist, but it just made the sleep faster when I put it to sleep from the menu, but it still wont wake up. I'm using the DSDT GA-X58A-UD3R v2.0 FF. I hope I can get a solution soon. I'm running out of hair to pullCode:
sudo perl -pi -e 's|\x8b\x45\xc8\x39\x45\xcc\x74\x0b|\x8b\x45\xc8\x39\x45\xcc\xeb\x0b|; s|\x8b\x45\xb4\x39\x45\xb8\x74\x08|\x8b\x45\xb4\x39\x45\xb8\xeb\x08|' /System/Library/Extensions/AppleRTC.kext/Contents/MacOS/AppleRTC
So Autosleep does not work - the only time I get this problem is if a USB 3.0 device is connected to the Blue USB Ports (i.e. in USB3.0 mode). If an application is constantly refreshing it can also stop your machine going to auto sleep - e.g. Safari if you have Facebook open.
Mine wakes from sleep correctly normally but sometimes after a power failure I will see the screen non-wakeup issue you describe. Disconnecting all cables and doing a cold boot normally fixes that for me though!
I haven't been able to wake up my system yet. I tried another troubleshooting by unplugging everything except one monitor on a vga and a usb mouse but still no luck. I changed the mouse too but it still doesnt make a change.