Black Macbook 2.16 GHz Wake up problems

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  1. fsck3r macrumors newbie

    fsck3r

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    I have a 2.16 GHz Macbook with everything stock Apple hardware. The problem I am having it that when I put the computer to sleep for and extended time (1 or 2 hours) when I open the lid it either 1. Spontaneously reboots or 2. Freezes for about a minute, the kernel takes a dump in the logs and everything is fine. or 3. Screen stays black white sleep light goes off, but after hitting the power button a few times and making a few wishes it comes back on and does step 2. I have tried new RAM from an iMac, new SATA 1.5Gb HD disabled safe sleep, reset the SMC, PRAM, Safe booted it and installed Leopard and Tiger 4-6 times. Bad Logic board? Even though it will run for hours and hours if you don't sleep it for a long time?

    Thanks for any help at all.

    Mick
     
  2. fsck3r thread starter macrumors newbie

    fsck3r

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    Just an update I let it sleep for the from 9:00 to 11:00 and upon opening it looked normal ready to run, then as soon as I clicked on a window, everything on the screen looked like a checker board....
     
  3. fsck3r thread starter macrumors newbie

    fsck3r

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    Very Odd, I reset the smc and never put the battery back in before going to sleep last night and when I woke up this morning and then woke the Macbook it woke up fine! WTF? I keep it next to my bed because it is like a fortune cookie every morning I get a new unexplainable error when I wake it so it tells me how my day is going to be!
     
  4. fsck3r thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Just a log file that I was able to pull.

    9/23/08 1:04:25 PM kernel sleep
    9/23/08 1:04:25 PM kernel System Wake
    9/23/08 1:04:29 PM airportd[116] Could not find any preferred networks; trying broadcast requests..
    9/23/08 1:04:31 PM airportd[116] Broadcast requests also failed..
    9/23/08 1:04:32 PM airportd[116] Probing highest ranked networks via directed scan..
    9/23/08 1:04:39 PM kernel AirPort: Link Up on en1
    9/23/08 1:10:28 PM kernel hibernate image path: /var/vm/sleepimage
    9/23/08 1:10:28 PM kernel sizeof(IOHibernateImageHeader) == 512
    9/23/08 1:10:28 PM kernel Opened file /var/vm/sleepimage, size 1073741824, partition base 0xc805000, maxio 400000
    9/23/08 1:10:28 PM kernel hibernate image major 14, minor 2, blocksize 512, pollers 4
    9/23/08 1:10:28 PM kernel hibernate_alloc_pages flags 00000000, gobbling 0 pages
    9/23/08 1:10:29 PM kernel AirPort: Link Down on en1
    9/23/08 1:10:29 PM kernel System SafeSleep
    9/23/08 1:29:03 PM kernel hibernate_page_list_setall start
    9/23/08 1:29:03 PM kernel hibernate_page_list_setall time: 79 ms
    9/23/08 1:29:03 PM kernel pages 100566, wire 61138, act 15588, inact 10, zf 0, throt 2047, could discard act 19029 inact 2216 purgeable 538
    9/23/08 1:29:03 PM kernel hibernate_page_list_setall found pageCount 78783
    9/23/08 1:29:03 PM kernel IOHibernatePollerOpen, ml_get_interrupts_enabled 0
    9/23/08 1:29:03 PM kernel IOHibernatePollerOpen(0)
    9/23/08 1:29:03 PM kernel writing 78265 pages
    9/23/08 1:29:03 PM kernel image1Size 120016896
    9/23/08 1:29:03 PM kernel all time: 3346 ms, comp time: 1152 ms, deco time: 0 ms,
    9/23/08 1:29:03 PM kernel image 151279104, uncompressed 320573440 (78265), compressed 149452460 (46%), sum1 14da708, sum2 a8b3ce88
    9/23/08 1:29:03 PM kernel hibernate_write_image done(0)
    9/23/08 1:29:03 PM kernel sleep
    9/23/08 1:29:03 PM kernel System Wake
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel PRB0_TAIL: 00000b40
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel PRB0_HEAD: 00000b68
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel PRB0_STRT: 02120000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel PRB0_LEN: 00000003
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel SRB0_TAIL: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel SRB0_HEAD: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel SRB0_STRT: 02121000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel SRB0_LEN: 00000003
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel PGTBL_CTL: 3ffc0001
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel PGTBL_ERR: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel EXCC: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel IPEIR: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel IPEHR: 7d850000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel INSTDONE: 7f7fffc1
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel NOPID: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel HWSTAM: ffffffff
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel IIR: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel IMR: fffdff1f
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel ISR: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel EIR: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel EMR: ffffffff
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel ESR: 00000001
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel INSTPM: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel INSTPS: 800f0050
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel ACTHD: 02a4e9d0
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel MEM_MODE: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel DMA_FADD_P 02a4f1c0
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel DMA_FADD_S 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel MI_STATE 00000840
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel PR0_STR: 02a4e9d3
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel PR0_END: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel CCID0: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel CTX_SIZE_PAL: 00000009
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel CTX_SIZE_NOPAL: 00000003
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel 3D_CTL: 00000307
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel CHUNK_CTL: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel HWB_TAIL: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel HWB_HEAD: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel HWB_START: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel HWB_CTL: 003ff000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel BIN_CTL: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel BIN_SCENE: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel BMP_BUFER: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel BMP_GET: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel BMP_PUT: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel ICS: 00000003
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel ISP: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel FSI: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel SSI: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel FST: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel SST: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel INTC: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel IDLC: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel SVDebug 01800003
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel SHDebug 00480000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel SFDebug 01678f12
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel SEDebug c0027100
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel WMDebug 02010000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel IZDebug0 20000021
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel IZDebug0 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel PIDebug0 01807fc8
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel PIDebug1 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel PIDebug2 01807fc8
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel DIPDebug 040f7fb8
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel PLDebug 00000180
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel DGDebug 00000010
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel QCDebug 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel FTDebug 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel DMDebug 00000010
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel SCDebug 003c2702
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel FLDebug 31030040
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel BYDebug 00055440
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel PSDebug 0288c000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel CCDebug 802c0000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel status[ISR]: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel status[PRB0_HEAD]: 00000b58
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel status[SRB0_HEAD]: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel status[SRB1_HEAD]: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel status[HWB_HEAD]: 00000000
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel status[STAMP]: 000038b4
    9/23/08 1:29:05 PM kernel ESR: Instruction error
    9/23/08 1:29:08 PM kernel AirPort: Link Up on en1
    9/23/08 1:30:37 PM kernel npvhash=4095
     
  5. fsck3r thread starter macrumors newbie

    fsck3r

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    I guess I will be the only one to reply to my own thread here but researching the log file it is a video problem. Funny I found using Smart Sleep that if I just set the machine to hibernate when the lid is closed it recovers every single time without fault. I guess next step is look at MacBook 950 GMA drivers...funny thing though, when I built a hackintosh laptop sometime ago with the GMA950 and the 945 chipset it wouldnt wake properly either and I just accounted that to being a crappy hackintosh..That I built just to see if it could be done.
     
  6. fsck3r thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Does the same thing under windows with Boot Camp installed...I guess it may be hardware...DAMN IT!!
     
  7. hogfaninga macrumors 65816

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    I wish I could help. Sorry no one can help you.
     
  8. Consultant macrumors G5

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    You might want to contact Apple Care if you are covered.
     
  9. logana macrumors 65816

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    Does this happen whether you close the lid sleep or use the Apple menu sleep mode.

    If it just happens with close the lid sleep it may be a faulty battery connector/sleep switch.......
     
  10. cawesjmu macrumors 6502

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    probably hardware, but..

    ^
    Makes it seem like a hardware issue for sure. It sounds like you've done all the standard troubleshooting and know what you're doing, so this might seem redundant, but after reinstalling the OS "4-6 times" did you run software update? Specifically the SMC and EFI updates? I was messing with an original Macbook CoreDuo the other day that had problems waking from sleep, and those updates fixed it. http://www.apple.com/support/downloads/macbookefifirmwareupdate12.html and http://www.apple.com/support/downloads/macbooksmcfirmwareupdate11.html
    Otherwise, take that puppy to the Apple store and get her replaced. Don't forget to back up your stuff before hand. Good luck.
     
  11. fsck3r thread starter macrumors newbie

    fsck3r

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    Thanks for all the replies! I did run the software updates and all, there were no firmware updates available and I downloaded a couple just SNG but the installer wouldnt install them. I also downloaded the Leopard graphics update and found through pacifist that it is pretty much intergrated into 10.5.5 so..looks like Im either going to have to pay the apple flat rate that they quoted me $280.00 (which isnt bad) I just havent really had a computer that I couldnt fix on my own... Thanks for all your help..
     
  12. fsck3r thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Also, I installed Smart Sleep and adjusted the sleep behavior to just hibernate when I close the lid and never sleep in energy saver...just blank the monitor..its a short term fix but allows it to be somewhat normal
     

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