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Dell XPS 15 9500 (i7-10875H): Big Sur with OpenCore


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Just a thought. If the system is able to go to sleep in Windows, it should be able to sleep in macOS, correct? Can we use the DSDT and extract the part that handles sleep and make an SSDT to handle that?

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By default, macOS operates in hibernation mode (i.e. dump of RAM state to disk for instance). It's when you disable hibernation that macOS reverts to plain old sleep/system's suspension (no RAM dump, no switch off). You may read about this online or consult the macOS built-in man pages for pmset Terminal command:

man pmset

 

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