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I got this also. This is because u are loading the modded tables and the bios is giving out his own (original ones).
I don't know about Prasys's, but with the one from my sig u have a key on the com.apple.boot.plist file to drop oem tables. This remediate to the errors u're gettin'.
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Thanks valv for your help;
Yes, I guessed later that the Bios still injected oem tables so I added DropSSDT= yes to my com.Boot! Unfortunately, it did not work too. The solution was to entirely disable these functions. Since then, No such error but AppleSMC still complains about LPC.
My mac model is MacPro3,1, speedstep is working but no cstates!
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Thanks valv for your help;
Yes, I guessed later that the Bios still injected oem tables so I added DropSSDT= yes to my com.Boot! Unfortunately, it did not work too. The solution was to entirely disable these functions. Since then, No such error but AppleSMC still complains about LPC.
My mac model is MacPro3,1, speedstep is working but no cstates!
Cius

u misunderstood here, what I meant is (if u were using same bootloader as me) to use DropSSDT=No, then go with oemSSDT=No

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Hi valv;
I am regularly using chamleon v 2 rc 4. This does not support SSDT loading but DropSSDT paramter! What is astonishing is that Speed sptep is working with and without oem tables! Has the mac model something to do with this in your opinion?
oemSSDT is with the ab__ boot ? I found nowhere such a parameter. Please what bbotloader are u using?
Thanks for help.

u misunderstood here, what I meant is (if u were using same bootloader as me) to use DropSSDT=No, then go with oemSSDT=No



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Hi valv;
I am regularly using chamleon v 2 rc 4. This does not support SSDT loading but DropSSDT paramter! What is astonishing is that Speed sptep is working with and without oem tables! Has the mac model something to do with this in your opinion?
oemSSDT is with the ab__ boot ? I found nowhere such a parameter. Please what bbotloader are u using?
Thanks for help.

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Oh my god! All my apologies, I didn't understood "sig" in your post, what I do now!
Just to be sure so , the Anv booter accepts oemSSDT=no to disbale BIOS oem tables and accepts dropSSDT=no from chameleon previous versions in order to let it load any /SSDT-x.aml if found?
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Oh my god! All my apologies, I didn't understood "sig" in your post, what I do now!
Just to be sure so , the Anv booter accepts oemSSDT=no to disbale BIOS oem tables and accepts dropSSDT=no from chameleon previous versions in order to let it load any /SSDT-x.aml if found?
Cius

u got it! that's the way it should be :robot:
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please move your post into the concerned topic, thanks

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That's it :-)

please move your post into the concerned topic, thanks



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ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin::registerLPCDriver - WARNING - LPC device initialization failed: C-state power management not initialized
dell 1420 ,why?

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Ok, I've been reading through as much as I can find and trying to ask some questions in IRC, but I keep running into dead ends... if anyone would be willing to take a look at some of my DSDT files and help me figure out what I'm doing wrong, I'd be most appreciative.

First off, here's my system:
Pentium 4 Prescott (SSE2/SSE3) 2.4GHz
Intel ICH5
Motherboard is P4SD, which came from a HP d330 uT
nVidia GeForce FX5200 128MB AGP (QE/CI/Dual-VGA working)
Currently running Leopard 10.5.8 (with CoreGraphics Framework from 10.5.5)
Voodoo kernel 9.8
Chameleon RC5 699

Here's my untouched ACPI dump, obtained via chameleon:
ACPI.rar

And here's my dsdt.aml which I obtained via ubuntu 8.10 live CD
dsdt.aml

I have tried a couple things with the SSDT-X.aml files - namely SSDT-1 and SSDT-3, which I tried fixing the RTC and power button, but I don't think I was able to fix either one (although RTC looked just like everything I've seen for others, so perhaps it did work). I also got compile errors in dsdt.aml for every _S5D instance, which the fix was just to remove the _ character (although _S1D through _S4D are all fine).

I have all these files in my /Extra folder and all are named in my boot.plist (I also see chameleon load them during startup).

My main wants are to get the RTC fix, power button to give option for sleep/restart/shutdown, and as many 'little things' I can do as I figure things out. I figure if someone can help me figure out what I'm doing wrong on what (to me seems like) should be obvious, perhaps I can figure out the rest. Thanx for any assistance!





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