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do you have any sync problems with audio/video playback

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None at all

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None at all


ok. thnx

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UPDATE - 5 - After Latest round of fixes (TIMR, RTC, IPIC) I've put back DSDT entry for Nvidia 9600GT


Do one of these not include the entry for the 9600GT? If so which one.

Also I managed to get my hackintosh working with the DSDT patch from 'update 2' however I was unable to install mouse drivers as it was unable to detect my mouse. (It also felt very choppy/laggy)

Any Ideas?

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Off-topic: Is there a new way to create a dsdt? I think fassl patcher http://www.insanelym...howtopic=133683 is a bit old. Anyone can help me?

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so anyone here with EP35-DS3L board with F6 BOIS has made a DSDT.aml file can share with the rest who has the same board?

Thanks and regards.

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With the help of this thread I've achieved quite a lot over the last weeks with my dsdt file but now I'm completely stuck. I've got most things working like sleep and speedstep but anything I'm trying to change now results in either a kernelpanic or loss of funcionality. For example I've tried to implement the wake from keyboard fix but I simply can't get it to work most of the times resulting in the loss of the sleep functonality. Is there anyone who can point me in the right direction? I've attached the dsdt-file I've made for my mobo (EP35-DS4).

It worked for me, so I have done what I did for mine, with your data. Have a look at the attached and see if that works for you? (You might need other bits for your setup, but this is using just what I know)..


I haven't seen a response from formerlyknownas so I thought I'd give it a try as it's the same motherboard but with a different processor. I've changed the processor info with my info and gave it a try. Unfortunately that dsdt-file doesn't work, USB1 through 6 are shown as "Expansion Slot" and the SATA controller is reported as "Unknown Standard Controller". The device-id's of USB1 through 6 should be 0x3a34 through 0x3a39 instead of 0x2934 through 0x2939 but I can't figure out how to change that in your dsdt.

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Off-topic: Is there a new way to create a dsdt? I think fassl patcher http://www.insanelym...howtopic=133683 is a bit old. Anyone can help me?


I suggest you this method

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[quote name='Master Chief' date='Dec 9 2009, 02:40 PM' post='1354834']
Now move the methods: _PSS, _PSD and _CST out of CPU1 into the _PR scope and use this:
Processor (CPUn, 0x02, 0x00000410, 0x06)
	 {
		 Alias (PSS, _PSS)
		 Alias (PSD, _PSD)
		 Alias (CST, _CST)
	 }
For CPU2, CPU3 and CPU4. See how many bytes you get off of dsdt.aml And not only that, because this way it is also faster :D

Master Chief,
When I use this method I get a kernal panic. Here is message verbatime:
Panic (CPU0 caller 0x52c14f60):"NO HPETs available...CPU(S) configured incorrectly\n"e/SourceCache/AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement/AppleIntelCPUPOwerManagement-90/pmThread.c:148

Could you help me please, I am including my dsdt.dsl below.
Thanks i advance,
Artimess

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Has anybody managed to get AGPM to load with 10.6.2 and MacPro3,1 model id?

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Master Chief,
When I use this method I get a kernal panic. Here is message verbatime:

Panic (CPU0 caller 0x52c14f60):
"NO HPETs available...CPU(S) configured incorrectly\n"e/SourceCache
/AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement/AppleIntelCPUPOwerManagement-90/pmThread.c:148

Could you help me please, I am including my dsdt.dsl below.
Thanks i advance,
Artimess

Huh? You only changed a few lines into an Alias () and now it doesn't work anymore? This should work (confirmed to work properly even). You didn't change 0x00000410 into 0x00000810 or vice-versa did you?

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BTW - shutdown and restart working with mm67 fix and MC's OSXrestart.kext.

mm67 - from PM - sorry it took me so long to reply!

Many thanks both!

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Huh? You only changed a few lines into an Alias () and now it doesn't work anymore? This should work (confirmed to work properly even). You didn't change 0x00000410 into 0x00000810 or vice-versa did you?


No Master Chief, the working one has 0x00000410. I am suprised too, that was why I came to you.
If you have any suggestions I can try.

Regards,

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No Master Chief, the working one has 0x00000410. I am suprised too, that was why I came to you.
If you have any suggestions I can try.

Regards,

Artimess

I'm more surprised that you bring up issues about your Toshiba notebook... in a GigaByte thread :)

Rather confusing I must say. Add the fact that I wasn't logged in when I replied to you, and thus I had no idea about the used hardware.

Anyway. Since I replied already (me being an old fool): Make one change at a time. Keep backups. Check your change(s) afterwards... don't forget to boot (LOL). Only continue with the next change when everything looks good. If not. Go back to the previous one and see what your changed. Basically narrowing the scope of the bug. Try again and good luck!

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I'm more surprised that you bring up issues about your Toshiba notebook... in a GigaByte thread ;)

Rather confusing I must say. Add the fact that I wasn't logged in when I replied to you, and thus I had no idea about the used hardware.

Anyway. Since I replied already (me being an old fool): Make one change at a time. Keep backups. Check your change(s) afterwards... don't forget to boot (LOL). Only continue with the next change when everything looks good. If not. Go back to the previous one and see what your changed. Basically narrowing the scope of the bug. Try again and good luck!


Master Chief,
Most of your corrections are applicable to other type of mother boards and work perfectly, I am the living witness of observing it. Besides following this forum I have learned a lot which is the most important issue. For me this whole thing is an intelectual exercise and learning from people like you, mm67, blackbox, TheKing, etc.
Regards,
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Most of your corrections are applicable to other type of mother boards and work perfectly, I am the living witness of observing it.

Perhaps, but I can tell you that one way Master Chief's corrections definitely do NOT apply to your laptop is that you only have 2 cores, not 4. I doubt this alone is your problem, but it can't hurt to trim out the bits of the DSDT.dsl which have no purpose in your context. No?

BTW, in your signature "Intel Core duo 2.16 Mhz" should probably read "Intel Core 2 Duo 2.16 Ghz". (Just guessing. I tried to google Toshiba U400E but could only find info on a U400, no U400E.)

Scope (_PR)
	{
	   ..............
		Processor (CPU2, 0x00, 0x00000410, 0x06)
		{
			Alias (PSS, _PSS)
			Alias (PSD, _PSD)
			Alias (CST, _CST)
		}
		Processor (CPU3, 0x00, 0x00000410, 0x06)
		{
			Alias (PSS, _PSS)
			Alias (PSD, _PSD)
			Alias (CST, _CST)
		}
	}


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Has anybody managed to get AGPM to load with 10.6.2 and MacPro3,1 model id?

D.


No on MacPro3,1. I couldn't get it to load even with MacPro4,1.

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so anyone here with EP35-DS3L board with F6 BOIS has made a DSDT.aml file can share with the rest who has the same board?

Thanks and regards.


Here's my latest DSDT which uses mm67's template but obviously device id's injected for EP35 Mobo's to work. SHutdown works and restart works using MC's OSXRestart.kext. Attached File  dsdt.aml.zip   2.18KB   45 downloads

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No on MacPro3,1. I couldn't get it to load even with MacPro4,1.


Loads just fine for me with 4,1 but I get multi change but no vid change - see speedstep thread! ;)

Sorry for OT - can anybody post link to boot132 iso with either netkas's enabler for ati and nvidia or efi string for GTX260 dual DVI 896MB?

actually hold on this - I've just gone from PC_EFI 10.5 to chameleon RC4 and may well have been caught out woth PCIRoot !




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Master Chief,
Most of your corrections are applicable to other type of mother boards and work perfectly, I am the living witness of observing it. Besides following this forum I have learned a lot which is the most important issue. For me this whole thing is an intelectual exercise and learning from people like you, mm67, blackbox, TheKing, etc.
Regards,
Artimess

I understand your reasoning, fully, but please try to respect mine as I only have this little time to help people here and I choose to offer my help for GigaByte board users, people like iSoprano, which I did. This way I also limed the scope and therefor the time required for it. But adding more and different types of hardware will make things far more complicated. It will also require more of my already limited amount of free time. Something I didn't really anticipated when I started this, and that is why I want to keep things as clear as possible, because I am not willing to spent more of my free time.

I can choose to ignore OT talk or to opt-out and let people go on their own, without my help so that people like mm67 have to do everything, until he runs into the same limitation / barrier and you'll end up with nothing. A slowly but steadily dying thread because less and less people are interested in going through all kind of OT issues. Not my kind of soup so I'll pass.

You may want to open a Toshiba thread, and PM me for help. I mean let's at least try to keep things nice and organized, so that future visitors don't end up here for Toshiba related patches, and people looking for GigaByte patches won't have to go through OT talk. To me a win-win for all parties :blink:

Been seeing you,
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I've started to go through this thread again . I get to post 93 and after those mods I lose speedstep ..

Here is the last point speedstep works.
WARNING DO NOT USE THIS DSDT IT HAS MANY ISSUES
Attached File  DSDT14_12_09.dsl.zip   11.12KB   6 downloads

A this point I've lost native speedstep ..
WARNING DO NOT USE THIS DSDT IT HAS MANY ISSUES
Attached File  DSDT15_12_09.dsl.zip   7.82KB   4 downloads

There is a lot removed between 14-12-09 and 15-12-09 - I haven't got time at the mo to work out what's bricking it.
As usual any help appreciated ...

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