Originally Posted by minimalpc
As far as I can tell, replacing the bootloader (Chameleon) is no longer necessary because the changes that were in the fixed replacement have been incorporated into NBI Chameleon. More importantly, I believe that part of the equation only deals with restoring the saved hibernate image. The problem I have on 10.6.2 is that the hibernate image gets created but never actually gets the contents of RAM written to it--it is all nulls (00). I suspect a problem with DSDT and/or ioreg. I would like to compare contents of both on a working system (if someone actually verifies they have one) to a non-working one. It may be as simple as certain models of the HDD support hibernate and some don't (that would explain why some can get it to work but not others).
Yeah, you could be right on the boot file, I had heard that the required changes had been incorporated into NBI. The empty hibernate file gets created when you first turn on Hibernation but never actually gets filled when you sleep. I dont think it will be the model of HDD as I had it working fine on my machine under 10.5.8. Maybe comparing a DSDT file from 10.5.8 with 10.6.2 might help (or are they completely different)?