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thanks b works like a charm

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I've made all the steps and the only thing I've get it's a black screen with a white pointer and can't install with the pendrive :( any solution?

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I've made all the steps and the only thing I've get it's a black screen with a white pointer and can't install with the pendrive :D any solution?




did you follow all of the instructions to the letter ?

whats your spec set up ?

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- Extracted from last BIOS from ASUS.
- No More SS code ;)
- IRQ "issue" fixed thx this post --> http://www.insanelym...howtopic=206313

Fabio


Am seeing slightly higher CPU temperatures (~3 degrees C) after using the new DSDT. This is cause of the removal of SS code?

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Am seeing slightly higher CPU temperatures (~3 degrees C) after using the new DSDT. This is cause of the removal of SS code?


probably "yes"

but test yourself the "new" performance...

also I copy&paste here a bench from a Italian post... Thx to ytrox for share the bench info

tested the new dsdt and add proposed fix
before:
http://www.insanelym...p...st&id=91573

after:
http://www.insanelym...p...st&id=91572


Fabio

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probably "yes"

but test yourself the "new" performance...

also I copy&paste here a bench from a Italian post... Thx to ytrox for share the bench info



Fabio


Ah got it. Is there anyway to use the new DSDT and get SS still (via a kext?) or are they mutually exclusive?

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UPDATE

[list]
[*]DSDT P6T & P6T SE (v3.4 need 10.6.4 or upper)
/Extra/DSDT
>> P6T SE & P6T DSDT <<

[*] You also need in Extra/Extensions/FakeSMC.kext (new version or older... is the same relate to functionallity)

....

Enjoy!


iReset, this finally solved my issues with the os not recognizing my firewire hardware when switching it on. Thanks a lot! OS boots faster, too.

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Looks like it even made the motherboards the onboard USB2 ports work ok now so it looks I have two separate highspeed USB2 controllers working. Two controllers = two USB2 separate highspeed ("full" bandwidth) connections which might come in handy if its getting tight and youre running out of USB bandwidth.

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Ah got it. Is there anyway to use the new DSDT and get SS still (via a kext?) or are they mutually exclusive?


directly from "BIOS"

Looks like it even made the motherboards the onboard USB2 ports work ok now so it looks I have two separate highspeed USB2 controllers working. Two controllers = two USB2 separate highspeed ("full" bandwidth) connections which might come in handy if its getting tight and youre running out of USB bandwidth.


???
what do you mean now???
your USB not worked before???

Fabio

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Im talking about the onboard connectors on the motherboard itself not the usb ports on the real panel. Seems OSX can see two highspeed USB controllers now and they work good too, 100% functionality as far as I understand. This means I can hook up two video capture devices one to each controller. Normally just one capture device alone uses up all the bandwidth for one controller if I set it to highest resolution and size.

If one for example have an external USB harddrive for audio samples or movies it might not work so good in combination with other USB devices cause the bandwidth is not sufficient. Just hook it up to the onboard usb and it should work much better cause its using a highspeed controller of its own.

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I cant download the new dsdt
can someone upload it again elsewhere?
thanks

NVM got it working
the hyperlink is broken
it is:
http://hhttp://www.i...i...st&id=91570
and should be
http://www.insanelym...p...st&id=91570

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my pc is purring like a snow leopard kitten …thanks a lot you guys this is childs play now

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With this new DSDT i got +1000 pts on geekbench :)
thanks a lot

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With this new DSDT i got +1000 pts on geekbench -_-
thanks a lot


:)
Nice to know...

Fabio

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:)
Nice to know...

Fabio



Fabio thanks a lot for your help getting this mac sorted . just a quick question . is it possible to hard wire

product ID 0x0001
vendor ID 0x0a12
version 5.25
speed ( not relevant)
location id 0x5d200000

dlink 120 rev c bluetooth dongle to the dsdt ???

so that i can have wake from sleep supported by a click of the mouse /keyboard

if it is where would i need to go to change the values or could i exit the plist in the iobluetooth family ??

thanks in advance

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Fabio thanks a lot for your help getting this mac sorted . just a quick question . is it possible to hard wire

product ID 0x0001
vendor ID 0x0a12
version 5.25
speed ( not relevant)
location id 0x5d200000

dlink 120 rev c bluetooth dongle to the dsdt ???

so that i can have wake from sleep supported by a click of the mouse /keyboard

if it is where would i need to go to change the values or could i exit the plist in the iobluetooth family ??

thanks in advance

Via USB is "hard"

I have the same model... and Works OOB...
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Via USB is "hard"

I have the same model... and Works OOB...
Posted Image
Fabio


not a problem but
thanks for the consideration anyway

does yours wake from sleep or do you have to hit the power button ?

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not a problem but
thanks for the consideration anyway

does yours wake from sleep or do you have to hit the power button ?


mine wake in this case: mouse,power button or keyboard
example: my machine don't wake if I unplug a USB(pendrive) when the machine is in sleep mode,
it just wake and after the screen still black.(but is just a unluky case)

for the rest of case STOP, SLEEP and RESTART work w/o special flags in c.a.B.p

Fabio

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iReset, this finally solved my issues with the os not recognizing my firewire hardware when switching it on. Thanks a lot! OS boots faster, too.


FINALLY!! No more random firewire ejects (thus far) for me either. This is going to help significantly with my post work.

EDIT: Well it only mounts after the computer has been put to sleep at least once. So it's still not quite fixed, but it's better at the very least.

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Hey guys
whats your score on geekbench and geekbench 64?
please post specs if you dont have them on sig





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