I've read numerous threads about this and looked at all the suggested fixes with NBI but STILL I cannot get sleep to work. My BIOS settings are saving fine.
Here's what I'm doing:
- BIOS = bluetooth OFF, USB Legacy OFF, USB Wake ENABLED (is that right?)
- I then run NBI 0.8.2 and just create the dsdt file
- I then run NBI 0.8.3 RC4 and tick EVERYTHING and run this too
- I then reboot
- Bios settings stay the same
- Sleep doesn't work
- F1 key brings up a white screen with Apple Logo
I've turned on the 'show all files' option in Terminal and can see TWO dsdt files created in /extra. I've deleted these and done the whole process again.
Should I be generating the dsdt file in 0.8.3 or should that be unticked?
I've also downloaded DellEFI 10v but looked at it and closed it again very quickly! Do I need this?
I've been doing this for what feels like forever - and it's the last hurdle I want to jump before it all runs fine!
dan 10.6 | 1011 | 160gb HD | 1gb RAM
---------- Post added at 02:11 PM ---------- Previous post was at 01:34 PM ----------
Just to add, dsdt files - there is one save in /extra.bak and one in /extra. Not sure if that makes any difference.
I also pressed F1 to test out whether this was working and I get a rather messy screen compared to the usual white apple screen.
Also, I think I'm just running 10.6 - should I upgrade to 10.6.1?