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  1. You have to enable "KernelPM" in Clover Configurator. I have added it for you. Just replace your "config.plist" with the attached "config.plist" inside your CLOVER folder. config.plist.zip
  2. Well... so far i'm at the end of my knowledge... I now have no more ideas why your screen remains black after awaking from sleep...
  3. Sad... Anyways... which config are you using in clover for booting your system, "config.plist" or "config 2.plist"?
  4. @ftrela I guess, that i know your answer... but did you tried to adjust the backlight with somewhat like that "Fn + xx" shortcut?
  5. Umm... i do not see the "SSDT-PNLF.aml" required for "AppleBacklightFixup.kext" in your "/CLOVER/ACPI/patched" folder... Try a fresh download from here. Put the kext into /C/K/other and the *.aml in /C/A/patched. Maybe this should finally solve your problem.
  6. Could you post a actual debug ? There is only the one in the first post on this thread. Sorry... i've found the second one.
  7. As i can see from your "kextcache_log.txt" you have that "IntelGraphicsFixup.kext" still in the kext-cache. Remove that KEXT from from /L/E and type/copy the following in terminal: sudo chmod -Rf 755 /S*/L*/E* sudo chmod -Rf 755 /L*/E* sudo chown -Rf 0:0 /S*/L*/E* sudo chown -Rf 0:0 /L*/E* sudo kextcache -i / Reboot and check if your problem is solved.
  8. Apple released a "Supplemental Update" for macOS 10.14.6 just a few days ago. It includes a fix for an issue “that may prevent certain Macs from waking from sleep properly.” ... Maybe that can fix your problem?
  9. @ftrela Ok, hibernate mode 0 is mostly used for desktop machines. Try "sudo pmset -a hibernatemode 3" at the terminal, reboot and see if it makes any difference.
  10. Hi. 1. Remove "IntelGraphicsFixup.kext" and replace it with "WhatverGreen.kext" (Download WEG) 2. Check your hibernate status by typing the following in terminal "pmset -g | grep hibernatemode" Which mode is set? Report back after you have followed the steps.
  11. Will this config.plist also work for a Latitude E5540, SMBIOS MacBook Pro 11,5?
  12. @danoji Yep, they do work as USB 3.0 ports.
  13. Thank you so much guys! KernelPM does the trick. I'm now installing! Thread can be marked as [SOLVED]
  14. @Bronxteck Thx for that new resource... but it is also not working for me... @all Is there any way to get a clear error message why the system is rebooting at this point?
  15. Could you provide both vendor id's ... the one from "Dell Touchpad" and the one from the "I2C HID Device"?
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