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Optiplex 960 - anyone got sleep/wake working on it or a 760?

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I've got 10.8.4 almost fully working on an OptiPlex 960T (mini tower) except for wake from sleep.  Does anyone have it working on an OptiPlex 760 or 960 and/or will help me by telling me your method and/or edit the OptiPlex 960 DSDT to get it working? 

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Is hibernation mode set to 0 ? Check with Terminal command: sudo pmset -g

Here's the report:

 

 

Active Profiles:
AC Power             -1*
Currently in use:
 hibernatemode     0
 sleep                    0
 powerbutton         0
 ttyskeepawake     1
 hibernatefile        /var/vm/sleepimage
 disksleep              0
 displaysleep         15

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I set the hybernation mode to 0 with the following command and put the computer to sleep but it didn't wake up:

 

sudo pmset -a hibernatemode 0

 

Here's where I got the command:

 

http://www.osx86.in/2009/07/fix-sleep-in-hackintosh.html

 

The information there says that HPET in DSDT has to be edited.

 

I don't have a clue about what to do.

 

Here's some more information:

 

 

sudo pmset -g assertions
Password:
2013-08-09 9:52:04 PM ED 
Assertion status system-wide:
   PreventUserIdleDisplaySleep    0
   PreventSystemSleep             0
   PreventUserIdleSystemSleep     0
   ExternalMedia                  1
   DisableLowPowerBatteryWarnings 0
   UserIsActive                   0
   ApplePushServiceTask           0
   BackgroundTask                 1
 
Listed by owning process:
  pid 768(helpd): [0x0000000c00000141] 04:06:36 BackgroundTask named: "com.apple.helpd.sdmbuilding" 
  pid 17(powerd): [0x000000090000012c] 04:07:10 ExternalMedia named: "com.apple.powermanagement.externalmediamounted" 
 
Kernel Assertions: 0x0132 
 * Kernel Assertion ID = 500
   Created At = 2013-08-09 5:45:18 PM ED 
   Modified At = 2013-08-09 5:50:37 PM ED 
   Owner ID = 0xffffff800e3a9000
   Level = 255
   Assertions Set = None (4)
 
 * Kernel Assertion ID = 501
   Created At = 2013-08-09 5:45:19 PM ED 
   Modified At = 2013-08-09 5:50:22 PM ED 
   Owner ID = 0xffffff800e3cb000
   Level = 255
   Assertions Set = None (4)
 
 * Kernel Assertion ID = 502
   Created At = 2013-08-09 5:47:00 PM ED 
   Modified At = 2013-08-09 5:53:35 PM ED 
   Owner ID = 0xffffff809af4d000
   Level = 255
   Assertions Set = None (4)
 
 * Kernel Assertion ID = 503
   Created At = 2013-08-09 5:47:00 PM ED 
   Modified At = 2013-08-09 5:53:03 PM ED 
   Owner ID = 0xffffff809af47000
   Level = 255
   Assertions Set = None (4)
 
 * Kernel Assertion ID = 504
   Created At = 2013-08-09 5:47:01 PM ED 
   Modified At = 2013-08-09 5:53:46 PM ED 
   Owner ID = 0xffffff809af4a000
   Level = 255
   Assertions Set = None (4)
 
 * Kernel Assertion ID = 505
   Created At = 2013-08-09 5:47:11 PM ED 
   Modified At = 2013-08-09 5:45:01 PM ED 
   Owner ID = 0xffffff809af56000
   Level = 255
   Assertions Set = None (4)
 
 * Kernel Assertion ID = 506
   Created At = 2013-08-09 5:47:11 PM ED 
   Modified At = 1969-12-31 7:00:00 PM ES 
   Owner ID = 0xffffff809af53000
   Level = 0
   Assertions Set = None (4)
 
 * Kernel Assertion ID = 507
   Created At = 2013-08-09 5:47:11 PM ED 
   Modified At = 2013-08-09 5:53:45 PM ED 
   Owner ID = 0xffffff809af50000
   Level = 255
   Assertions Set = None (4)
 
 * Kernel Assertion ID = 508
   Created At = 2013-08-09 5:48:16 PM ED 
   Modified At = 1969-12-31 7:00:00 PM ES 
   Owner ID = 0xffffff800e4d5f00
   Level = 255
   Assertions Set = None (128)

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Here's after I set hibernatemode to 0:

 

 

sudo pmset -g assertions
2013-08-09 9:56:28 PM ED 
Assertion status system-wide:
   PreventUserIdleDisplaySleep    0
   PreventSystemSleep             0
   PreventUserIdleSystemSleep     0
   ExternalMedia                  1
   DisableLowPowerBatteryWarnings 0
   UserIsActive                   0
   ApplePushServiceTask           0
   BackgroundTask                 1
 
Listed by owning process:
  pid 768(helpd): [0x0000000c00000141] 04:11:00 BackgroundTask named: "com.apple.helpd.sdmbuilding" 
  pid 17(powerd): [0x000000090000012c] 04:11:34 ExternalMedia named: "com.apple.powermanagement.externalmediamounted" 
 
Kernel Assertions: 0x0004 
 * Kernel Assertion ID = 500
   Created At = 2013-08-09 5:45:18 PM ED 
   Modified At = 2013-08-09 5:50:37 PM ED 
   Owner ID = 0xffffff800e3a9000
   Level = 255
   Assertions Set = None (4)
 
 * Kernel Assertion ID = 501
   Created At = 2013-08-09 5:45:19 PM ED 
   Modified At = 2013-08-09 5:50:22 PM ED 
   Owner ID = 0xffffff800e3cb000
   Level = 255
   Assertions Set = None (4)
 
 * Kernel Assertion ID = 502
   Created At = 2013-08-09 5:47:00 PM ED 
   Modified At = 2013-08-09 5:53:35 PM ED 
   Owner ID = 0xffffff809af4d000
   Level = 255
   Assertions Set = None (4)
 
 * Kernel Assertion ID = 503
   Created At = 2013-08-09 5:47:00 PM ED 
   Modified At = 2013-08-09 5:53:03 PM ED 
   Owner ID = 0xffffff809af47000
   Level = 255
   Assertions Set = None (4)
 
 * Kernel Assertion ID = 504
   Created At = 2013-08-09 5:47:01 PM ED 
   Modified At = 2013-08-09 5:53:46 PM ED 
   Owner ID = 0xffffff809af4a000
   Level = 255
   Assertions Set = None (4)
 
 * Kernel Assertion ID = 505
   Created At = 2013-08-09 5:47:11 PM ED 
   Modified At = 2013-08-09 5:45:01 PM ED 
   Owner ID = 0xffffff809af56000
   Level = 255
   Assertions Set = None (4)
 
 * Kernel Assertion ID = 506
   Created At = 2013-08-09 5:47:11 PM ED 
   Modified At = 1969-12-31 7:00:00 PM ES 
   Owner ID = 0xffffff809af53000
   Level = 0
   Assertions Set = None (4)
 
 * Kernel Assertion ID = 507
   Created At = 2013-08-09 5:47:11 PM ED 
   Modified At = 2013-08-09 5:53:45 PM ED 
   Owner ID = 0xffffff809af50000
   Level = 255
   Assertions Set = None (4)

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