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Sleep Wake issues with Mini-ITX Deluxe Build (GA-Z87N-WIFI)

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Someone please help!

I built my first Hackintosh and have pretty much no issues with the Mini-ITX deluxe build, except for one. After the computer goes to sleep, I try to wake it with the USB keyboard or mouse I have. The hardware wakes up, the cooling fans spool up (as if to boot), but I never get any display on the screen. The only option I have is to hold the power button and restart the computer.

Did I miss an option in Multibeast?!

Any input is greatly appreciated, thanks!
 
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Are you on 10.9? I have a similar issue, but if I keep mashing my keyboard for about 20 seconds, the display does finally turn on and the machine works perfectly. My system is on a GA-Z77N-WIFI.
 
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i have the same issue in 10.9, but it seems to be intermittent.

Sometimes i can wake it up, and sometimes i can't.
 
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I have a very similar build to this, with very few issues. Running Mavericks, triple monitors setup sleeps and wakes with no issues,(Geforce 760 GTX) but if I allow computer to sleep, I get Windowserver crashes, and on waking I get slow responses, partial freezing, nothing cures it but a full power off shutdown and then restart. If I disable sleep, build is stable.
 

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Have you patched your DSDT for the 10.8.5/10.9 _WAK bug?

See: https://github.com/RehabMan/Laptop-DSDT-Patch, "Fix _WAK Arg0 v1" or "Fix _WAK Arg0 v2", depending on the code in your _WAK method (v2 is generally more generic).

It may not be your issue, but it is a known bug in 10.8.5/10.9 so is worth a shot.
 
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I think I solved my issue: I downloaded Chameleon Wizard:
http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/257464-chameleon-wizard-utility-for-chameleon/
After opening, I went to the org.chameleon.Boot tab, clicked the box for darkwake=0, then saved. After a reboot, my screen turns on right away after waking from sleep! The only downside is I'm back to having an unresponsive keyboard and mouse for the first 15 seconds after my machine wakes up...
 
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I'm having this issue also...picked up the Z87N-WIFI and it goes to sleep, but when waking the screen is just black and I have to hit Reset.

If I DISABLE XHCI mode in the BIOS, it works perfectly, but USB3.0 does not work.

If I ENABLE XHCI, set it to AUTO, or anything other than DISABLED, it will not wake from sleep.

I am using the built-in HD4600 for video.

On my previous Hackintosh, I had the same thing happen when using the HD3000 built in graphics (2600k). Adding a Geforce 470 and disabling the onboard video completely solved that issue.

Anyone have any suggestions?
 
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Same problem here, except not even the reset button works! Only a hard reset will do. Everything else is fine: the Multibeast settings were DSDT free (quick start) and Intel Ethernet drivers.

I'm willing to test if anyone has any ideas.

EDIT: I'm using integrated graphics, in case it's relevant.
 
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I have to confirm that stevereno30's solution works. Two months ago I had this issue too, but solved it by adding "darkwake=0" to kernel flags in org.chameleon.Boot.plist.
 
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I have to confirm that stevereno30's solution works. Two months ago I had this issue too, but solved it by adding "darkwake=0" to kernel flags in org.chameleon.Boot.plist.


I have tried darkwake=0 and it still does not work.

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