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Sleep and Trim on HP8200

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I have a HP8200 with GT210 which was running 10.10.4 fine without any issues. I upgraded to 10.11 via the upgrade option as I use Clover and now have the following two issues:

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1. When I try and check if Trim is enabled under system prefs I get a message as: There was an error while scanning for Serial-ATA devices.

2. When I put the PC to sleep it wakes up by itself after a minute or two, the message I get is: Wake Reason: BR20 GBE1 EUSB.

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I am not using a?DSDT.aml?as it was working fine on 10.10.4 without one. Any pointers on how I could resolve the above two issues.

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Thank you

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Update

Just rebooted the machine today and sleep seem to be working with out any changes. Just need help sorting out trim and iMessages.

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You need to fix USB ports in DSTD?

- For USB 2.0, rename your USB to EHC1/EHC2 or change IONameMatch.

- For USB 3.0, rename your USB to XHC1 or change IONameMatch.

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Fixing usb ports depend on your SMBios?

Every mac version have different port numbers?

- iMac 14,1 use ports 1,2,3,4

- MacBookPro 9,1 use ports 1,2,5,6

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If your motherboard have usb 3.0 don't use models that don't have usb 3.0 (for example MacPro 3,1 etc...)

Do a little research or wait for easier solution.

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Hi?

Thanks for your time. I have managed to get it to sleep with the attached amended dsdt, just hd issue and iMessage. All files are uploaded below.

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Thank you for your help.

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HP8200.zip

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