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Wake SSD after Sleep Issue

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Hi,

I have Mojave 10.14 installed on the following system:

Gigabyte GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3

i7 2600k SandyBridge CPU

16GB memory

AMD Radeon HD6870 (GV-R6870C-1GB)

Patriot Torch LE 240SSD


Everything seems to be working great, based off this previous thread:

https://Olarila.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=59&t=7217


My issue is that when the drive gets put to sleep after an hour and I go to wake it up, it does not respond. I have no keyboard (num lock, cap lock) lights and monitor does not wake. When the monitor sleeps, I can wake it up with no issue, problem only happens when the drive goes to sleep too.


Any ideas on how this could be fixed?


Thanks

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for avoid some problems, remove all _prw and disable wake from lan in system preferences and bios

# Remove all _PRW

into_all method label _PRW  remove_entry;
into_all all code_regex Name.*_PRW.*\n.*\n.*\n.*\n.*\}\) remove_matched;

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awesome, thanks AGAIN! :guitar


I had two errors: _HID suffix must all be hex digits AND non-hex letters must be all uppercase.


I corrected those issues and was able to compile without errors. Saved it. It saved as "System DSDT.aml" in the Documents folder.

Does it need to be placed elsewhere or renamed?

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Thanks, but that path is nowhere to be found in my drive. Sorry for not understanding, I have never worked with DSDT files before. :?


Added in 38 minutes 15 seconds:

Thanks, but that path is nowhere to be found in my drive. Sorry for not understanding, I have never worked with DSDT files before. :?

 

Never mind. I didn't have the EFI volume mounted yet on this new system. I've saved the aml file where you directed. I will let you know how it turns out.


Thank you!

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So I copied that aml file over to the EFI patched folder and ran the RepairPermissions script. I have restarted and am waiting to see if the computer will wake from sleep. I'll let you know how it responds. Thanks!


Added in 46 minutes 32 seconds:

No luck... :wallbash

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