Ultrabret, on Sep 2 2009, 02:57 PM, said:
this is the former "binarylayers"
sorry for changing my name mid-topic but that's the name of a site that I just retired to "file server" status. Besides, I hate that name.
Anyhow, I know how to decompile and look at dtds, but that's about it. I have no idea what any of that stuff in there means, and I can't for the life of me find anything in there that seems familiar like "PEX2" or anything for that matter.
I have tried the dtds patcher (pcwiz) and tried following a guide on manually editing it but their dsdt was a little different than mine.
I'll keep trying but if anyone knows of a good guide that kinda explains what the stuff in the dsdt actually means that would be pretty cool.
Editing the dsdt isnt that complicated. You download the dsdt patcher, install it on the booted drive by checking "apply dsdt patch" edit out the section as stated in the guide by replacing what letter it is to a 2 and that's it. No extra steps are required this is just an option to try out if your ethernet isnt working using my dsdt.
airwalk776, on Sep 2 2009, 09:38 PM, said:
1st any luck with sleep/wake?
2nd If you have netflix account can you try to stream Watch it now video I am getting a DRM error in Snow.
Nah, havent even dove into it, its never worked for me, i just have it put my monitor to sleep. Dont have an netflix account, I pay for an rapidshare account which makes getting any movie i need extremely easy