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Nick Lionas

Monitor going to sleep mode

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Hello again,

 

thought I'd make a seperate topic for my issue with the monitor going to sleep after 

the gray apple logo boot screen cause it's getting really annoying since I cannot use 

my PC at all. I've attached a photo using -v at boot time just before the screen goes

completely blank and powers off.

I'm still on 10.9, since I've read that the update to 10.9.2 could cause more problems..

 

Thanks for any help!

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I don't know why but the previous message disappeared..

Anyway if it will help anyone I'm going to repeat this.

I fixed the above mentioned problem by reinstalling Mavericks in the same partition

without losing any data. The only things I had to re-enter where the SATA and Audio kexts.

I updated the system also to 10.9.2 without any problems whatsoever.. 

If only I could fix the power down issue I'm having and imessages... :(

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The computer shuts off while you are using it ? Or the computer shut off while restarting ? I cant understand the issue

You are having

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Sorry I mixed two issues on the same topic. The problem I described and the reason I opened this topic

was at boot time (the monitor turning off).

 

The new issue that I'm having happens at shut down. Everything appears to have powered off, however

I can hear some fan still working. I have no idea if it's from the PSU or the one on the CPU.

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You misunderstood me. The problem I described was at boot time (the monitor turning off).

The new issue that I'm having happens at shut down. Everything appears to have powered off, however

I can hear some fan still working. I have no idea if it's from the PSU or the one on the CPU.

Yes if you still hear the fans ,thats an issue its not an issue with the Psu or cpu or motherboard.more people had that same problem that the pc wont completly

Shutdown.do a search in this section i think we posted a solution

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OK. So I found this https://www.hackintosh.zone/forums/topic/1182-problem-with-shutdown-and-apple-magic-mouse/

and from what I see I have both Nullcpupowermanagement.kext and Appleintelcpupowermanagement.kext.

I replaced the Appleintelcpupowermanagement.kext with the modified that you have on your site.

But how can I know which one is being used by the system?

 

P.S. I found this https://www.hackintosh.zone/forums/topic/634-1091-doesnt-shutdown-properly/ as well.

Which one should I try?

 

P.S. No 2 Nevermind.. It was the second topic that did the job.. :)

So for anyone interested in shutting down properly and quickly his hackintosh 

try this https://www.hackintosh.zone/file/111-os-x-shutdown-fix-108-109/

 

iMessage is the only thing that is not working now!!! 

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Hello again!

It seems that I was wrong the fix I mentioned in my previous post didn't solve the problem. :(

Any ideas on how to proceed now?

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I'm back with an update on both issues..

 

1) The shutdown fix works but not always. :(

2) iMessage worked when I entered a credit card number in my account!!!!

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@ Make Sure You've Evo Reboot Installed on Your Extensions

Check if your sleep is working

if it doesnt delay the time of sleep using preference

try to Get a patched DSDT

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