- Aug 30, 2010
- ASUS Rampage V Extreme
- i7 5930k
- GTX 970
- Mobile Phone
I followed your guide, but on Yosemite 10.10.5 because of some incompatibility issues that I have with my Studio gear with the most recent versions of OS X. I hope to soon get rid of a couple of things that keep me on Yos!
I have a Rampage V Extreme (bios 3009, latest release), i7 5960x and a GTX980.
I'm writing to you because I can't get the DSDT compile to work. I ALWAYS get errors (multiple, I don't know exactly how many they are, but they are a lot), even after your suggested substitutions.
What I'm trying to do is to have the sleep feature working.. It's the last thing I remain to have working.
Second, I can't create a DSDT with your terminal method! I get -w error like the other user from Russia.
I'm using the DSDT created by pressing F4 in the clover boot menu (is it also normal that the bootloader freezes? I had to hard reset the computer about 10 minutes after pressing f4..)
Any help would be appreciated!
Hi, you are on Yosemite, I can't guarantee if my methods are compatible with it, but let's hope it does the trick.
In fact, it is normal that it freezes for about 2-3 seconds after pressing F4 because the boot-loader is busy writing the DSDT. After that, you won't get any kind of notification like telling you succeeded or similar. You will have manually select your drive to boot.
Anyway, let's try this method instead; Before booting is OS X, at the boot-loader level get in the DSDT mask section (the place where you can choose: fix usb, fix lan, fix WiFi, add DTGP etc...) and unselect/disable all DSDT masks except FakeLPC. Now get in OS X, launch MaciASL.app to generate your DSDT you shall be all good to go. Concerning the SSDT generation, stop using -w flag. It is no longer supported with the script. I'll advice that you just launch the SSDT normally without flags for instance until I have a better look at it and find the proper methods and update my guide as well. Don't worry performance wise it shouldn't affect anything consequently.
Lastly, something I'm curious (lol), can I know what is it about the Studio Gear? Because I work with Logic Pro.