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Monitor does not turn on wake up once system wakes after Sleep Mode

DhavalT94

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System Specs:
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-H110M-H
Processor: Intel I5-7400 3.0Ghz
Graphics: Intel 630 HD

Monitor: 24 inch Dell

I was using your 10.14 dmg file initially and I would be happy If you could help me updating from 10.14 to 10.14.3

Since I am unaware of to update from 10.14 to 10.14.3 I tried vanilla installation so as to enjoy 10.14.3 and have success with the installation but been encountering an odd issue if my system enters in sleep mode and I try to wake up the system the monitor simply does not turn on at all. The system does wake up but the monitor does not turn on or backlight at all leaving no option for me other than shutdown using power button and restart the same.

It would be grateful if you would help me on any of the above problems
 

DhavalT94

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Welcome @DhavalT94
Attach your clover folder here.
Just reinstalling Vanilla Mac again as soon as installation is completed I'll share the clover folder thanks for replying.
The Vanilla Os has the pink magnetta tint (image attached for reference)which was fixed previously by forced rgb mode. I would just wish to know is that my Vanilla installation lacks some setting which brings the effect or something else.
 

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Just reinstalling Vanilla Mac again as soon as installation is completed I'll share the clover folder thanks for replying.
The Vanilla Os has the pink magnetta tint (image attached for reference)which was fixed previously by forced rgb mode. I would just wish to know is that my Vanilla installation lacks some setting which brings the effect or something else.
Doesn't matter until and unless the OS is modified. since you didn't mention the downloaded OS source or steps you did to tweak Clover, it is hard to tell. If OS is not moded version then there won't be any problem when building hackintosh, If it is moded then you may face many issue latter. So, We recommend you the fresh image and installation, then carefully patch things one after another according to your needs.

Your previous problems look like you've discrete graphics on your system or wrong DSDT you're using. So, attaching Clover will be helpful to troubleshoot your problems. Also, add your signature to your profile. Read here.
 

DhavalT94

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The OS was downloaded from macOS Mojave Patcher Tool which installed 10.14.3 OS Mojave in Application folder then I used Terminal to create a bootable usb drive.
Attached is my Clover Zip file.
 

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The OS was downloaded from macOS Mojave Patcher Tool which installed 10.14.3 OS Mojave in Application folder then I used Terminal to create a bootable usb drive.
Attached is my Clover Zip file.
Do you still get the same issue? Backup your config.plist as config-bak.plist then, Download this file > Extract > rename config_HD615_620_630_640_650.plist to config.plist then place it to Clover/Other/ (HDD). Then rebuild kernel with following command :
Terminal:
sudo kextcache -i /
Above command may take few minutes after complete, reboot your system, now your graphics should be working fine. See About Mac. Hope this will fix your sleep and wake issue.
 

DhavalT94

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Do you still get the same issue? Backup your config.plist as config-bak.plist then, Download this file > Extract > rename config_HD615_620_630_640_650.plist to config.plist then place it to Clover/Other/ (HDD). Then rebuild kernel with following command :
Terminal:
sudo kextcache -i /
Above command may take few minutes after complete, reboot your system, now your graphics should be working fine. See About Mac. Hope this will fix your sleep and wake issue.
Is this fix for the tint issue or the sleep issue
As the tint issue gets solved with force rgb mode. I hope the sleep wake issue gets resolved
 

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Is this fix for the tint issue or the sleep issue
As the tint issue gets solved with force rgb mode. I hope the sleep wake issue gets resolved
Config.plist tweaks the PC, so this is the right config.plist for your system, this can solve many issue that already had or later you may get. This config.plist is based on IGPU so, at the same time this may also bring you kernel panic when you try to boot due to different hardware that system have except your IGPU. This may fix your tint issue as well as sleep and wake issue. If you get problem while booting or any other, then you should try to fix them, other than changing the config.plist.
 

DhavalT94

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Thanks for your reply. As I said I used rgb forced mode for tint issue. For sleep wake issue i used the config provided in the folder following the command and after restart am unable to boot to os after using the config file it reaches to the Apple logo and then the progress bar loads around 50% after which I face the sleep wake issue where in my monitor shows no display at all but the system is still running.
Following your advice I had the config backup just using it to boot up and it boots normally but the keyboard and mouse have not been working I may unable to enter my password at login screen.
 

DhavalT94

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Config.plist tweaks the PC, so this is the right config.plist for your system, this can solve many issue that already had or later you may get. This config.plist is based on IGPU so, at the same time this may also bring you kernel panic when you try to boot due to different hardware that system have except your IGPU. This may fix your tint issue as well as sleep and wake issue. If you get problem while booting or any other, then you should try to fix them, other than changing the config.plist.
I connected the bootable usb drive and then booted from the USB drive and I could then proceed with login. Deleted the new config file and renamed the backup file and restarted the system now the keyboard mouse works at Lock screen.

For sleep issue I guess I have the temporary fix I entered in system preference energy saver mode and then changed the setting of Turn display off after to Never( I am scared with the warning never letting your display go to sleep may shorten it's life) which solved the system entering into sleep mode by itself. Previously when I use to click on sleep it uses to turn off the monitor and enter into power saving mode but then would never boot unless I manually restart system again.

After changing turn displau off Setting now when I click on sleep the monitor does turn off and enter into power saving mode but when I try to wake it up it turns on directly on my last left screen.

Thanks for helping me. Please do let me know some other way if I can solve the sleep issue.

Please also help me how do I update my hackitosh do we need to download the 6 gb files again and create a bootable Usb drive or can updste directly and apply some patch to clover.
 

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I connected the bootable usb drive and then booted from the USB drive and I could then proceed with login. Deleted the new config file and renamed the backup file and restarted the system now the keyboard mouse works at Lock screen.
Does your IGPU Intel HD 630 showing 1536 MB on About Mac? Basically, sleep and wake issue will occur due to unsupported DGPU, if you've discrete graphics. So, In your case you don't have DGPU right? Seems like this requires some extra patch. We will debug this issue and let you know about the patch.

For sleep issue I guess I have the temporary fix I entered in system preference energy saver mode and then changed the setting of Turn display off after to Never( I am scared with the warning never letting your display go to sleep may shorten it's life) which solved the system entering into sleep mode by itself. Previously when I use to click on sleep it uses to turn off the monitor and enter into power saving mode but then would never boot unless I manually restart system again.
You have disabled the energy saving mode which means to sleep the computer when you don't use after a certain minutes. It won't make any effect while you use it, If you leave your desktop for hours then obviously, the battery will drain but it won't make any hardware problems later.

After changing turn displau off Setting now when I click on sleep the monitor does turn off and enter into power saving mode but when I try to wake it up it turns on directly on my last left screen. Thanks for helping me. Please do let me know some other way if I can solve the sleep issue.
Provide be the output for pmset -g assertions in Terminal. Another option would be using the darkwake=0 as boot arg, see if you can make a sleep and wake.
If you've discrete graphics then use this patch to disable it. Read Here.

Please also help me how do I update my hackintosh do we need to download the 6 gb files again and create a bootable Usb drive or can updste directly and apply some patch to clover.
Goto Appstore, check for updates, download the updates (if available). Once complete GoTo Application Folder > Double click the installer and follow on screen options, then it will reboot and upgrade your system.
 

DhavalT94

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As previously discussed I have the basic clean installed clover folder which was shared originally the config plist provided in above links did not work.

So with clean vanilla installation and clover (zip already shared in post 5 the about Mac section does show Intel hd 630 1536 mb.
 

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Hy, I have problem with wake after sleep that i can't solve.
I'm on Mojave 10.14.6
Have you manage to solve this issue?

Desktop : Mother board - Gigabyte GA-H170N | i3 7100 3.9 Ghz Processor | Intel 630 HD Graphics| HDD: Samsung EVO plus NVME | Apple Cinema Monitor
 

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Hy, I have a problem with wake after sleep that I can't solve.
I'm on Mojave 10.14.6
Have you managed to solve this issue?

Desktop : Mother board - Gigabyte GA-H170N | i3 7100 3.9 Ghz Processor | Intel 630 HD Graphics| HDD: Samsung EVO plus NVME | Apple Cinema Monitor
This usually happens when we've discrete graphics on our system and if we disabled one of them through either DSDT or using clover hot patch SSDT-Discrete-Spoof.aml (Hack). But this makes an issue while sleeping or wake. Problems like "Unable to sleep the system" or "Unable to wake from sleep" may face. To solve these kinds of issues, we patch DSDT in _PTS for solving sleep and _WAK method in DSDT for addressing wake issue. But Hackintoshing is tricky and depends on the system to system, so your system might be different case that what I am explaining because your signature doesn't reflect any other graphics card order than Intel HD 630 but inside _PTS and _WAK is what you need to work on. For more information read the following guide :
 
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