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Just to confirm, you're able to sleep with LID close and through the Apple Menu?

Wake okay opening LID or tapping the power button?

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Correct, when i close the lid it goes to sleep and when i press sleep through the Apple menu it also goes toe sleep.

It wakes up with either pressing the power button or opening the lid.

 

Thanks again!

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If you're able to update your BIOS, let me know the version.

Boot to Clover gui, hit F4, compress and send me the new Origin folder.

I'll repatch it

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I was able to update the bios from version A01 to version A18 ( the latest for this model).

After a re-install of Max OS 10.12.5 i also got the audio working in the correct way (headphones working, HDMI out working)  by using the appleHDA from the E6440 bootpack like Hervé said (https://osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/9914-audio-on-e5540-in-sierra/) in post #6.

 

So, everything works perfectly !

 

Thanks!

 

 

 

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After replacing the DSDT file the battery isn't recognised, the audio doesn't work and no USB support...

So i'll change it back to the one you gave in post #11 :)

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