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Couldn't get mine to work. It goes into some sort of state, where it stays active, but on my screen I can see a garbled little screen in the left upper corner (about 10% of original size), and with some difficulty (guessing from memory) I could select Apple>Shutdown>OK

P5Q, Q6600, ATI HD4850

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I have a G41 combo w/ core 2 quad, 8400GS. Upgraded to 10.6.6. Installed this kext but sleep does not work right. Keyboard or mouse cannot wake it up. Please help.

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@JFunk: Install kext by draging'n'droping kext file to Kext Utility icon program, then restart. Search this site for this tool.

@chuckb2222: WakeUp is only available by pressing Power Button or inserting/removing device from USB port. No keyboard or Mouse support such as Win does.

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Jalisko, I have a USB KB and mouse that has woken up my 10.6.0 hackintosh on another drive for 1 year. I installed the 10.6.6 on another drive---exactly the same hardware---no wake up. Any other thoughts?

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Is the NullCPUPowerManagement.kext a problem together with this sleepenambler.kext? Should I remove that one? I still have no working sleep.... (Tried E/E, S/L/E with KextHelper, etc).

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@chuckb2222: Are both BIOS revision the same in 2 drives? In the past I had some problems with BIOS revisions and wakeUp function. You can try to 'downgrade' the new drive to the same old BIOS drive's revision, cross fingers and ... good luck ;) If you downgrade BIOS it is possible that you need to restart with -s switch in chameleon the first time!

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@elmerdcperez: if noise no sleep... You may try to delete dsdt.aml from /Extra or root and try to patch with the latest DSDT Autopatcher.

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sleepenabler.kext works perfect on GA-EX58-UD5, OS X 10.6.6. including awake with bluetooth mouse and keyboard. Thank you!!!

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@elmerdcperez: yes, you need DSDT patching in most cases (not to say in all cases). Please generate a DSDT file with autopatcher, put in root and restart.

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@chuckb2222, edit: USB KB keypress/Mouse movement wakes up perfectly on my hackint0sh, tested. The problem is if you use PS/2 ports, no wakeup available. Has anyone a solution to wake up with PS2 KB keypress and mouse buttonpress? (I prefer no wakeup with mouse movements because is very easy to rearm the computer )

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