- Feb 5, 2013
- AS Rock H77M ITX
- 3.39 GHz Intel Core i5
- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750
Hey, I was wondering if you ever got it working properly. I've seen a good deal of posts about people having the same problems as us, yet I've found no solution. I'm angry considering this mobo was supposed to just 'work out of the box'. Sleep is a big deal to me.
I've been struggling with sleep ever since I began my build. Gigabyte Z77X-UD5H rev 1.1, BIOS F14.
My issue is, when I manually or auto sleep, it sleeps for a few seconds, then wakes right back up. Before I disabled the CPU PLL Overvoltage and changed boot priorty from UEFI to P0=SSD Drive, it would turn back on but blank screen. Now (after changing those two items), it wakes back up and screen comes on and everything works, I just can't get it to stay sleeping.
I have tried PCIROOTID=0, Dark Wake = 0, 8, 10, No. I tried changing the primary boot options from UEFI to P0=SSD Drive. Also tried unplugging my Bluetooth adapter, checking off 3 of the four boxes in Energy Saver (the original instructions on this thread were before the updated Mountain Lion, now there are 4 check boxes but the fourth for Wake on Lan, I leave unchecked). In BIOS, I disabled Wake on Lan, and also disabled the CPU PLL Overvoltage thing.
STILL NEED TO TRY:
The only other thing I haven't tried is rearranging which ports my SATA connectors are going into. I have a memory card reader, an SSD, an HDD, and an optical drive connected via SATA, and I also have a fan controller via molex. I will try checking the different SATA ports I'm using tonight to see if maybe one of those things are causing my issue.
Are there any other things I can try other than these? I ran Multibeast a long time ago when I first installed ML 10.8.2, and haven't run it again since.
Also, since I have a Gigabyte board, I didn't install any DSDT (and I made sure I don't have that NullPowerManagement kext). Is that correct? I also saw a new option in the newer version of Multibeast about Power Hibernation or something like that, but have not yet attempted to install that. I know some people have had luck with the same motherboard, any other suggestions? Thanks!
I have the same board and used to have this very problem. However, the problem was solved after installing the Realtek Ethernet driver (uninstall Lnx2Mac's driver if your using it).
The only strange quirk I have now is that I occasionally have to restart mdnsresponder after waking-up, I loose the ability to see Bonjour services on my network, e.g. my Time Machine server.
In lieu of using the realtek driver, you may want to try opening "System Preferences - Network" pane, select "Off" in ipv4 configure, then click "apply". Once that is done, reselect "Using DHCP" (or "Manually" if that your std config) and click "Apply" again. This process of restarting network services SOMETIMES remedied the problem for me.