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Hello everybody. I tried to look in different threads/posts/google and it seems I cant find an answer.
I have my Wifi/Bluetooth (BCM94350ZAE) in M.2 Socket adapter, which needs to connect to USB.
I have correctly configured my USB (see attachment) and after going to sleep my PC wakes up immediately.
When I unplug the wifi/bluetooth USB connection, sleep is working correctly.

Do someone knows how to solve this problem? Thank you very much
MoBo: Gigabite Z390 Aorus I Pro Wifi
 

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Hello everybody. I tried to look in different threads/posts/google and it seems I cant find an answer.
I have my Wifi/Bluetooth (BCM94350ZAE) in M.2 Socket adapter, which needs to connect to USB.
I have correctly configured my USB (see attachment) and after going to sleep my PC wakes up immediately.
When I unplug the wifi/bluetooth USB connection, sleep is working correctly.

Do someone knows how to solve this problem? Thank you very much
MoBo: Gigabite Z390 Aorus I Pro Wifi


Hi there.

The USB port which your Bluetooth adapter is attached to needs to be defined as "Internal" in Hackintool, not UBB2. Also it must not be on a hub.

:)
 
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Yeah, thanks. After I posted it I noticed, that the bluetooth is not internal. Fixed it and it just works.
Thanks UtterDisbelief for such quick help :). But what do you mean by "it must not be on a hub"?
I think he is referring to internal usb hubs that take one usb header on the motherboard and turns it into multiple headers for other devices. Like this one here.
 
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