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Bit 0: Set to 1 if HW-coordinated
Bit 1: Set to 1 if OSPM should use Bus Master avoidance for this C-state

That it what Intel Processor Vendor-Specific ACPI says about that value. I think 0 or blank would be correct, blank is what my original SSDT uses.


Alright that is what mine used as well so I'll stick with that, thanks.

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All my thanks to all geniuses for sharing your knowledge to us!
Now my hack seems to be perfect one!

@mm67,
Could I have a question?
I have everything working with your DSDT.
But when I put HDEF, got slower start up.
Please show me how do you inject sound?

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All my thanks to all geniuses for sharing your knowledge to us!
Now my hack seems to be perfect one!

@mm67,
Could I have a question?
I have everything working with your DSDT.
But when I put HDEF, got slower start up.
Please show me how do you inject sound?


I use USB audio to avoid such problems :unsure:

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I use USB audio to avoid such problems :)



Oh I see.
Without HDEF hack, I have really fast boot. -about 14 spins.
With that, usually 24.

Anyway, thanks for the fast reply! :D

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I use USB audio to avoid such problems :)


mm67, do you ever get a message like this on boot?
12/10/09 6:19:23 AM	kernel	SAM Multimedia: READ or WRITE failed, SENSE_KEY = 0x00, ASC = 0x00, ASCQ = 0x00
It happens whenever I leave a USB drive plugged in on boot. Seems it might be related to USB drives that have embedded unwritable partitions on them. The kind of drives that have the drivers/software built in.

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mm67, do you ever get a message like this on boot?

12/10/09 6:19:23 AM	kernel	SAM Multimedia: READ or WRITE failed, SENSE_KEY = 0x00, ASC = 0x00, ASCQ = 0x00
It happens whenever I leave a USB drive plugged in on boot. Seems it might be related to USB drives that have embedded unwritable partitions on them. The kind of drives that have the drivers/software built in.


No, I have never seen a message like that

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Thnx again mm67 for this new insight in dsdt...
I have edited it for my system with audio, video, sata etc.
I can't get the ethernet under pex2 to remove en0 error for time-machine, always compilation error
Is it possible that you can take a look at my dsdt to see how i cant get lan in?


[codebox] Device (LAN)
{
Name (_ADR, Zero)
Name (_PRW, Package (0x02)
{
0x0B,
0x04
})
Method (_DSM, 4, NotSerialized)
{
Store (Package (0x04)
{
"built-in",
Buffer (One)
{
0x01
},

"device_type",
Buffer (0x09)
{
"ethernet"
}
}, Local0)
DTGP (Arg0, Arg1, Arg2, Arg3, RefOf (Local0))
Return (Local0)
[/codebox]

also temps are 3c higher but who care's
shutdown works great

T.

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Thnx again mm67 for this new insight in dsdt...
I have edited it for my system with audio, video, sata etc.
I can't get the ethernet under pex2 to remove en0 error for time-machine, always compilation error
Is it possible that you can take a look at my dsdt to see how i cant get lan in?


Device (LAN)                {                    Name (_ADR, Zero)                    Name (_PRW, Package (0x02)                    {                        0x0B,                         0x04                    })                    Method (_DSM, 4, NotSerialized)                    {                        Store (Package (0x04)                            {                                "built-in",                                 Buffer (One)                                {                                    0x01                                },                                 "device_type",                                 Buffer (0x09)                                {                                    "ethernet"                                }                            }, Local0)                        DTGP (Arg0, Arg1, Arg2, Arg3, RefOf (Local0))                        Return (Local0)

also temps are 3c higher but who care's
shutdown works great

T.


Try this one
Attached File  dsdt.dsl.zip   4.96KB   91 downloads

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Try this one
Attached File  dsdt.dsl.zip   4.96KB   91 downloads


I see, it's working very nice (8 spins for boot) idle temps 42c.
also noticed that you edited the sata/ide1 device.

great work

T.

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No, I have never seen a message like that


I just tried it on my real Mac and I get the same message. So at least it's not OSX86 related.

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Want to see a real small – only 2024 bytes – but still functional DSDT (for my board)? Get it here!

p.s. There's also a work around for the slow audio at boot time. No more: "Waiting for DSMOS..." :angel:

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@mm67, Which one is your usb sound dongle, i would like to get one and also get rid of of those assertion errors from my 889a.

Thanks dude

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@mm67, Which one is your usb sound dongle, i would like to get one and also get rid of of those assertion errors from my 889a.

Thanks dude


I have one of these : http://www.m-audio.c...us/Transit.html
and my other rig uses this : http://www.terratec....MK_II_2120.html

If you just want something simple and cheap then I would go for this : http://www.terratec....l_USB_9842.html

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I have one of these : http://www.m-audio.c...us/Transit.html
and my other rig uses this : http://www.terratec....MK_II_2120.html

If you just want something simple and cheap then I would go for this : http://www.terratec....l_USB_9842.html


Thanks a bunch, i couldn't get more detailed answer. I will probably go with MKII, m-audio is top-notch but yes, expensive, so MKII would be nice and optimal solution.

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Thanks a bunch, i couldn't get more detailed answer. I will probably go with MKII, m-audio is top-notch but yes, expensive, so MKII would be nice and optimal solution.


Just remember that if you use analog connection with MkII then you get only 2-ch output, using digital out should give you 5.1 channels. Now testing new Chameleon ;)

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I have one of these : http://www.m-audio.c...us/Transit.html
and my other rig uses this : http://www.terratec....MK_II_2120.html

If you just want something simple and cheap then I would go for this : http://www.terratec....l_USB_9842.html


Do you get any weird popping with the USB audio devices? I use this from Logitech. I think it's a problem with the speakers itself. I'm not the only one experiencing the problem with this model.

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Do you get any weird popping with the USB audio devices? I use this from Logitech. I think it's a problem with the speakers itself. I'm not the only one experiencing the problem with this model.


No, haven't ever noticed any such sounds with Terratec or M-Audio devices.

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I have one of these : http://www.m-audio.c...us/Transit.html
and my other rig uses this : http://www.terratec....MK_II_2120.html

If you just want something simple and cheap then I would go for this : http://www.terratec....l_USB_9842.html

Pretty neat hardware. May I ask where you use it for? Was the audio that slow for you at boot time, or was the quality – or should I say lack there of – a problem for you?

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Pretty neat hardware. May I ask where you use it for? Was the audio that slow for you at boot time, or was the quality – or should I say lack there of – a problem for you?


I actually didn't buy these for my Hacks, I bought these when I was trying to find an optimal sound system for my MythTv based htpc system. Terratec one is real nice, it works out of the box on Windows, Linux and OS X, no need to install any drivers on any of those.

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I actually didn't buy these for my Hacks, I bought these when I was trying to find an optimal sound system for my MythTv based htpc system. Terratec one is real nice, it works out of the box on Windows, Linux and OS X, no need to install any drivers on any of those.


do you have any sync problems with audio/video playback

T.





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