Not a very helpful reply but I have had no sleep issues since day 1 of this build. Currently on the latest Mojave, and also using a flashed Titan Ridge Thunderbolt card in my rig, and sleep still works.Is there a way to make these hacks sleep. every time I try putting it to sleep it wakes right back up!
Have you tried to wait a little after the immediate awakening? It rarely happened to me that there was an immediate awakening after sleep, but since I was doing something else, I did not intervene immediately and I discovered that after less than a minute or so, it was going back to definitive sleep.Is there a way to make these hacks sleep. every time I try putting it to sleep it wakes right back up!
Yes, I agree and in fact also in the previous ones I suggested the .3, for the moment.Thanks, I think I'll try .3 since .4 and now .5 have bugs (https://www.macrumors.com/2020/05/2...ackups/?utm_source=feedly&utm_medium=webfeeds)
And since I use CCC I'll just stick to .3
That was not true in my case. I had to manually copy their content to their respective folders and delete them (drivers64 / drivers64UEFI) afterwards. Only after doing that it worked.For retro compatibility new Clover loads drivers from drivers64 / drivers64UEFI only if EFI / CLOVER / drivers / (BIOS or UEFI) are not present.
And so you went directly to 10.15.5 ...Now I'm dealing with the aftermath
The first thing I've noticed (hard not to), was the second monitor stopped working. Maybe it's something related to the video card. If anyone had issues with that, please let me know. I'll update this post if I find a fix before that.