Did sleep work on Catalina too? Or is Big Sur the solution for getting sleep working?
Im still searching for a solution to get my x570 board to sleep... but still no success.... or is a special .aml file or something else important?
You mean the SMCAMDProcessor.kext, correct? Did you plug any device on your USB ports and sleep is working? Cool.. Ill give it a try.
And no mouse issues here.
Update: Sleep isn't working with my USB devices plugged. No difference if SMCAMDProcessor.kext and SMCAMDProcessor.kext are used...
I guess when you want to work with programs like Photoshop it may be problematic to use an AMD CPU.
Beside that, you should tell us more about your system.
Correct name of your CPU, Mainboard, ....
maybe your EFI...
But again.. with an AMD CPU, you will probably not be happy with...
Worked here too... Got a Benchmarkboost from 42xxx to 74xxx. I just replaced the Powerplaytable with my own settings. See this.
But.. I get from time to time Graphic glitches.. not very often... but I got them.. because of this, and I really appreciate more fps, I won't use this boost any...
I managed to get the system to work.
CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 3900X 3.8 GHz 12-Core
Motherboard: MEG MSI X570 Unify
Video Card: 8GB Sapphire RX 5700 XT Nitro+
MacOS Catalina: 11.0 Beta (20A5395g)
What has not been tested:
Hehe... sharing his sleep experience sounds funny :P
It wasn't much, that I found out yet. I still think its possible to let a x570 board send to sleep, but I GUESS there have to be used different sleep settings... Maybe anyone will find out later... would be AWESOME.
When you use Miezes Kext for the 2.5 Gbit Lan Adapter, select manually 100Mbit first.
Acknowledge everything, then the Ethernet Adapter turns green.
When this works you can switch the Speed to 1000baseT. Acknowledge everything again.. Adapter stays green.
Can you post more of the error log?
Did it start like
I guess it is really a different problem on your side....
Can you post your hardwareconfig, too?
Do you have an x570 Mainboard? If yes... I have some questions regarding how you got it to sleep :p
You can use the tool Hackintool.
First unplug all USB devices.
Then click this button to clear the view:
Afterwards start plug and unplug in every usb slot an usb 2.0 stick. (it will be highlighted green)
Aftewards do the same with an 3.0 stick.
When done, you can click the export button and...
Hi.. did you build that EFI from scratch? I would like to give clover a chance to boot my system too.
But.. unfortunately... I run into a panic :(
If you have any guide how I can create a working EFI for clover, that would be fantastic.
No.. didn't flush nvram afterwards. Do I always have to do that, when I change my EFI? Or just when I change my boot args?
And in this case (like Alu said) it doesn't make any sense to change the args... cause I don't get to sleep :P
I updated my last post and mentioned, that all my XHC controllers (all are Matisse Controller) have already the settings as DEFAULT.
I did not have to change anything.
When I am right, 2 Matisse controller are set from the CPU and 1 controller is the onboard controller. All are the same.
Unplugging all USB devices is no option for me.
Because of the x570 Mainboards have always 3 Mantisse Controller (like the XHC...) I edited my usb kext like you said.
But I have the same error like before.
Screen goes black, after a while the fans spin and little later I get a kernel panic...