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Wake from Sleep Black screen Asus Laptop G51Jx

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I installed Yosemite 10.10.2 with the latest Clover. My DSDT is back from the days when Mald0n was dishing them out left and right. That was back in Mountain Lion and I have been using it through Mavericks no problems with sleep but I may have been using a rollback AppleACPI kext I don't remember.


I have attached my DSDT/Ioreg and console messages after wake and USB messages if that will help determine what the issue is or not?


Yosemite 10.10.2 latest Clover PBR boot.


Asus Laptop Model G51Jx. Intel i7 first generation. Graphics GTS 360M.


Thanks


Edited:


External HDMI and VGA work perfect with sleep/wake. Its just the built in display. Tried many settings in clover none seem to help. This is not a UEFI bios just legacy.


I also see in the system.log [AGPM Controller] unknownPlatform. Could this be why? Is there a way to inject the id into Clover or LegacyAGPM.kext and maybe resolve the wake issue? Device = 0x0cb1 Vendor = 0x10de


System Profiler shows correct information on the graphics card and I am using Kozlek's FakeSMC sensors, CPU, GPU.


Thanks


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I found MacBookPro6,2 in APGM.kext and replaced my device ID over the current one (0x10DE0A29 GeForce GT 330M) which was for a GT 330M, stock MacBookPro6,2, unibody 2011 i7 CPU and GT 330M graphics. Close enough to the Real MacBook Pro profile.


Here is the message I get now:


2/1/15 2:52:16.000 PM kernel[0]: [AGPM Controller] build GPUDict by Vendor10deDevice0cb1


But I still get a back screen when the system wakes from sleep.

G51Jx_DSDT_IOREG_LOGS.zip

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Thanks for trying to make it work. The Display still remains dark upon wake. External HDMA and VGA wake no problem its just the internal VGA display will not display on wake. My SMBIOS should be MacBookPro6,2 it is nearly the same as the real one except it has a GT 330M. Mine is a GTX 360M but very close to being the same. Models before and after do not have the same graphics at all.


Where could I find a LegacyAGPM that will include the MacBookPro6,2 and just put my Device ID in it? I changed the device ID in the Native AGPM under macBookPro6,2 to my ID and it now displays vendor/device on verbose. See my first post, is this how it should display or its still incorrect?

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Thanks for sharing. I can use that one for sure and I will change ID. Are those settings also for Nvidia for GTX 3x series for your notebook?


Thanks Again!!


Never mind I see from your signature its an ATI (AMD). I can just copy the settings from the Native AGPM they should be very close to the card I have since the hardware are very similar.

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