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The errors are caused by the If (IGDS) inside Device (RP05). If you remove If and Else but leave the code inside both, you will have devices PXSX and J380-J384 at the same time, while the original code defines the first or the others, depending on IGDS.

I believe you need to remove the code from one of the blocks, as well as the references to it.


with the one you just provided, i still get 8 errors, 13 warnings.
Does it mean it is good or not good?

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with the one you just provided, i still get 8 errors, 13 warnings.
Does it mean it is good or not good?

What version of the IASL compiler are you using?

I get no errors using version 20090730 [Aug 12 2009]

ASL Input:  dsdt.dsl - 12802 lines, 477048 bytes, 6705 keywords
AML Output: dsdt.aml - 56015 bytes, 1083 named objects, 5622 executable opcodes

Compilation complete. 0 Errors, 10 Warnings, 2 Remarks, 7 Optimizations


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We don't have Sony or Lenovo notebooks, but if you know the needed patches, or have a patched and the original DSDT, we can help to make the automated patches, so it would be easy for other people with similar notebooks to patch their DSDT.


I have a DSDT for lenovo patched by someone else and a stock one if that will help. The idea for me is get all the patches for the laptop to reduce the kext count.

At the moment the patched on which was based on a Y Lenovo is causing the CMOS to reset itself if its Bombed when mac crashes i have checked and the RTC patch is there.

So i was going to redo the DSDT but i am a noob for that hence why i like the way your Utillitie is going.

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What version of the IASL compiler are you using?

I get no errors using version 20090730 [Aug 12 2009]

ASL Input:  dsdt.dsl - 12802 lines, 477048 bytes, 6705 keywords
AML Output: dsdt.aml - 56015 bytes, 1083 named objects, 5622 executable opcodes

Compilation complete. 0 Errors, 10 Warnings, 2 Remarks, 7 Optimizations


Holy {censored}!
yours worked. i ignored (forced) the errors and it actually loaded without errors, without crashes.
i added the brightness control and it then showed up in the control panel.
I am not sure why my edit failed while yours worked.
any way to automate something like that, to basically "correct" the parsing. the errors indicated by iasl are very cryptic in my opinion.
i got the latest iasl, and i get 0 errors if i use -c option
but when compiling with -ta -f that's when it shows like 3 errors or so.
oh well, it works. maybe mine is not the latest latest, i thought it was.
Thank you soooo so much!
i can now start to patch and play around with dsdt!

EDIT: actually i am using version 20100331 (Apr 1 2010)

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I have a DSDT for lenovo patched by someone else and a stock one if that will help.

Attach them and I will take a look.

I am not sure why my edit failed while yours worked.
any way to automate something like that, to basically "correct" the parsing. the errors indicated by iasl are very cryptic in my opinion.

The difference from your edit to mine is that you removed the If and Else statements (which were causing the errors) but left the code that were inside both, and I removed the code inside Else.

You can make a patch for this specific situation, but you can't automate the error fix because other DSDTs may have different code, it's a trial and error to determine which code have to be used (from If or from Else).

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Attach them and I will take a look.


The difference from your edit to mine is that you removed the If and Else statements (which were causing the errors) but left the code that were inside both, and I removed the code inside Else.

You can make a patch for this specific situation, but you can't automate the error fix because other DSDTs may have different code, it's a trial and error to determine which code have to be used (from If or from Else).

well, no matter what, you're awesome, thank you again!

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Hi oldnapalm & El Coniglio,

Thank you for the wonderful editor. I like the tree view the most. :( It will make dsdt editing job much easier.

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The EVo DSDTSE that lacked this feature. They give you nice hacks but really never help you insert them properly

oldnapalm,

Is there a way to apply all the patching to my DSDT file I have attached? Its was extracted using the ubuntu v9.04 live cd.

Its really odd that the the Dell XPS M1330 Non CPu specific DSDT works on my Dell D830, thanks to Brett Whinnen's thread. It works nearly 100% working. I believe they have the same chipsets. My Graphics is the Nvidia NVS Quadra 140M which is supposedly the same graphics card in the M1330, the Nvidia 8400M. I believe they are both actually the equivalent 7300GT from my research on the net. Both Dell Notebooks are suppose to be the same chipset motherboards.

I have done some mods and still cannot get sleep to work properly as well as the Ethernet Gigabit Nextreme BCM5755.

Otherwise everything else works 100% including shutdown and restart with using only AppleACPIPS2Nub.kext, ApplePS2Controller.kext, fakesmc.kext and smbios.plist. I don't need any other kexts. Even Speed step works.

The other issue which they cannot figure out to fix is the "Warning LPC Initialization failed". I do not get the error many of us see "_CST evaluation failed". Just the LPC warning.

Many people working on this to try and figure out how to fix it. No luck so far. AB___73, Brett any many others with the Dell XPS M1330/M1550 are trying to resolve this.


I am attaching 4 files. Ioreg my final dsdt a M1330 dsdt which is the foundation of my final dsdt and a linux extracted DSDT. I was wondering if you could have a peak to see what might be causing my machine to freeze when it wakes from sleep.


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I am attaching 4 files. Ioreg my final dsdt a M1330 dsdt which is the foundation of my final dsdt and a linux extracted DSDT. I was wondering if you could have a peak to see what might be causing my machine to freeze when it wakes from sleep.

Does it happen with any DSDT or just with the modified one?

Maybe it's something about \_SB.PCI0.VID.GLID (Local0) or Notify (\_SB.MBTN, 0x02) and HSCO (0x02) which are only called in method _WAK if OSID () >= 0x20 (it's a OS version check).

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Does it happen with any DSDT or just with the modified one?

Maybe it's something about \_SB.PCI0.VID.GLID (Local0) or Notify (\_SB.MBTN, 0x02) and HSCO (0x02) which are only called in method _WAK if OSID () >= 0x20 (it's a OS version check).


I am not sure about that script?

Should I remove it or change it to see? If I remove it what other script would I need to modify so it will compile correctly?

The M1330.dsdt also causes the wak crash. If I could get the linux.dsdt hacked with all the fixes I guess I could try and incorporate all the others that Brett inserted if I can figure them out like shutdown/restart. Any CPU DSDT and my graphics card script Nvidia Quadra NVS 140M (7300GT) card.



I guess I would start out with fassl famous dsdt patcher to fix hpet and the _T_ and _0_T_ issues and some of the local 0 stuff.



Then use EVO DSDTSE hack list to see what I need to insert for the other fixes? I have no idea how to do the final tweaking as Brett did for his NOn CPU DSDT which is the M1330.dsdt

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It would be easier if you could get Brett's original DSDT, so you could use diff to find out exactly which fixes he used, and apply the needed ones to your own original DSDT.

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That makes sense. Will give that a try and see if I can some up with a working sleep/wake.

Both the M1330 and the D830 are really identical inside both 965M chipsets and basically the same Graphics controller.

But I have to assume the minor DSDT differences in the two might be the problem or not? It is NON CPU Specific DSDT, but there are other memory addresses and coding in the DSDT with minor or slight differences. Can those differences affect the way the PC acts like the Sleep/Wake issue I have?

I really don't think this is a good conclusion because there are a couple of threads out there specifically Slice's OSX Project on the D830/D630 and he supposedly has a perfect DSDT and his does not work any way near as good as the M1330 NON Specific one does.

Sleep/Wake does not work on Slice's either.

Thanks

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Holy {censored}!
yours worked. i ignored (forced) the errors and it actually loaded without errors, without crashes.
i added the brightness control and it then showed up in the control panel.
I am not sure why my edit failed while yours worked.
any way to automate something like that, to basically "correct" the parsing. the errors indicated by iasl are very cryptic in my opinion.
i got the latest iasl, and i get 0 errors if i use -c option
but when compiling with -ta -f that's when it shows like 3 errors or so.
oh well, it works. maybe mine is not the latest latest, i thought it was.
Thank you soooo so much!
i can now start to patch and play around with dsdt!

EDIT: actually i am using version 20100331 (Apr 1 2010)



Hi Kellis and others,

Excellent. I have the HP dv8t-1200 and the configuration is identical to yours. I'm using Mammoth's Boot CD 1.10 and it comes with a dsdt.aml specfically for dv8t notebooks. I'm running into the following issues:

I think Mammoth is feverishly working on these issues but thought I can ask you or anybody here while he's working on it.

a. Brightness control is not visible at all in the Display preferences. I added Device(PNLF) just above Device(PWRB) and was able to display the Brightness slider but the slider has no effect and it moves to the end when I try to drag it.

b. Power Management (Fan seems to be constantly running, slightly higher on the warm side).

c. Audio - tried VoodooHDA.kext and it gave me KP.

d. SD Card reader

e. Fn keys

I'm a absolute n00b on DSDT and my first question is "Can dv7t or dv8t boot without a dsdt.aml at all". If I remove the dsdt.aml from the Chameleon partition that the Mammoth Boot CD needs, can SL 10.6.4 boot without any issues? I read somewhere that if I remove or mess with dsdt.aml, then chances are my notebook might fry and not be usable at all. Is this true? I'm really scared on this.

Where do I begin? Do I need to first generate a fresh and original dsdt.aml/dsl file out of the Insyde BIOS? I have F.24 version of the BIOS. Is sleep, Energy saving settings work without a kernel panic?

Appreciate your feedback.

Thanks.

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a. Brightness control is not visible at all in the Display preferences. I added Device(PNLF) just above Device(PWRB) and was able to display the Brightness slider but the slider has no effect and it moves to the end when I try to drag it.

I heard that only some notebook with GMA950 GPU can get this to work. On most notebook, it doesn't work.

b. Power Management (Fan seems to be constantly running, slightly higher on the warm side).

You can modify it in DSDT, if there is FAN control in DSDT. Please refer to this blog to to understand a little bit about the idea.

d. SD Card reader

I don't think it will work in Mac OS X unless it is connected internally via USB.

e. Fn keys

It is not easy to get this to work unless you have very "friendly" DSDT. There are discussions about this (here & on another forum) which you can refer to, to get it working.

I'm a absolute n00b on DSDT and my first question is "Can dv7t or dv8t boot without a dsdt.aml at all". If I remove the dsdt.aml from the Chameleon partition that the Mammoth Boot CD needs, can SL 10.6.4 boot without any issues? I read somewhere that if I remove or mess with dsdt.aml, then chances are my notebook might fry and not be usable at all. Is this true? I'm really scared on this.

Worst case scenario, you will need to specify CPUS=1 when booting without dsdt.aml. Using dsdt.aml will not fry your notebook though. However, when you said "fry", if you intentionally turned OFF the FAN or change the CPU behavior in DSDT, which are very very unlikely, you can fry the CPU or/and motherboard. Still, this is safe.

Where do I begin? Do I need to first generate a fresh and original dsdt.aml/dsl file out of the Insyde BIOS? I have F.24 version of the BIOS. Is sleep, Energy saving settings work without a kernel panic?

Yes, you need to get fresh copy of dsdt.aml file from BIOS. Firstly, please start with fassl's DSDT Patcher to apply basic fix to your dsdt. Then you can use DSDT editor available here to put extra fix to it. You need to try it first, or you wouldn't know whether sleep is working or not.

Off topic: Where is Mammoth? Have he opened new thread yet? ;)

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Hi Kellis and others,

Excellent. I have the HP dv8t-1200 and the configuration is identical to yours. I'm using Mammoth's Boot CD 1.10 and it comes with a dsdt.aml specfically for dv8t notebooks. I'm running into the following issues:

I think Mammoth is feverishly working on these issues but thought I can ask you or anybody here while he's working on it.

a. Brightness control is not visible at all in the Display preferences. I added Device(PNLF) just above Device(PWRB) and was able to display the Brightness slider but the slider has no effect and it moves to the end when I try to drag it.

b. Power Management (Fan seems to be constantly running, slightly higher on the warm side).

c. Audio - tried VoodooHDA.kext and it gave me KP.

d. SD Card reader

e. Fn keys

I'm a absolute n00b on DSDT and my first question is "Can dv7t or dv8t boot without a dsdt.aml at all". If I remove the dsdt.aml from the Chameleon partition that the Mammoth Boot CD needs, can SL 10.6.4 boot without any issues? I read somewhere that if I remove or mess with dsdt.aml, then chances are my notebook might fry and not be usable at all. Is this true? I'm really scared on this.

Where do I begin? Do I need to first generate a fresh and original dsdt.aml/dsl file out of the Insyde BIOS? I have F.24 version of the BIOS. Is sleep, Energy saving settings work without a kernel panic?

Appreciate your feedback.

Thanks.


a) same here but with an nvidia chip.
;) fan works fine here on my dv7 3180us. even without any dsdt.aml
c) audio works, i got the latest voodoo's kexts. (even the mic works)
d) sd card works! I had to add some kexts for it, (look at kexts.com, for some jmicron one)
e) the FN keys do work, but they are all messed up, (the assignement), for example, instead of FN 6 for brightness, it will be set in FN HOME, or something, FN 4 makes it go to sleep, so the FN do work, but only a few of them and mis-assigned.
f) the only reason you'd fry your machine with the dsdt is that you tell it to do something not so good, voltage for example, or FAN control, it would overheat. but i feel it would have to be extreme and on purpose.
Know that if you have a DSDT.aml that fails, just reboot with chameleon flag DSDT=none
no problem, it will ignore your DSDT.aml, no need to delete it from the file system.
As far as the cpus=1 etc, the only way you gonna get all the cores working fine, you HAVE to use the legacy_kernel.
The best for our machine is to get it to install with crappy settings (low memory removed from the machine), then boot with cpus=1 busratio=12 etc. (not good, but good enough to install). then install snow leopard 10.6.4 and install legacy_kernel, a lot of things will then work.
Also, use 32 bit.
With the legacy_kernel, (see on kexts.com) all the cores will work and no KP.
Also, for your voodoo audio, if it crashes when you 1st install it, try to reboot again, sometimes it crashes if i install a new kexts, but rebooting again a few times fixes it (something to do with caches?).

Hope that helps.

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Patch packages:

Attached File  Aspire_3690.txt   2.66KB   24 downloads Acer Aspire 3690

Attached File  Aspire_5920.txt   2.71KB   24 downloads Acer Aspire 5920

Attached File  ASUS_P5E.txt   9.95KB   48 downloads All patches used in ASUS P5E (also tested on P5E Deluxe, P5K Premium and Maximus Formula)

Attached File  Dell_M1330.txt   3KB   21 downloads Dell M1330 (intel video)

SpeedStep: check this post.

Single patches:

Attached File  AD1988B_HDEF.txt   1.34KB   39 downloads Add device HDEF under PCI0 (for AD1988B)

Attached File  AHCI_SATA_orange_icon.txt   514bytes   59 downloads Change ID of SATA device to fake ESB2 AHCI (silver icons for internal HDs instead of orange ones)

Attached File  ALC883.txt   845bytes   27 downloads Insert method _DSM into device with _ADR 0x001B0000

Attached File  ALC888.txt   845bytes   35 downloads Insert method _DSM into device with _ADR 0x001B0000

Attached File  ALC889A.txt   1.42KB   35 downloads Rename device AZAL to HDEF and insert method _DSM into it

Attached File  ASUS_SpeedStep__CST.txt   3.98KB   62 downloads Add C-states from MacPro3,1 to CPUs

Attached File  DTGP.txt   923bytes   41 downloads Add method DTGP to the main block, it's used by other patches

Attached File  GMA950_desktop.txt   983bytes   49 downloads Insert device PEGP into device with _HID PNP0A03

Attached File  GMA950_laptop.txt   545bytes   62 downloads Insert method _DSM into device with _ADR 0x00020000

Attached File  HPET_IRQs.txt   876bytes   52 downloads Remove IRQ from device PIC and move IRQs from devices RTC0 and TMR to device HPET

Attached File  ICH9_USB_sleep.txt   2.48KB   46 downloads Change ID of USB devices to fake ICH10-R (sleep fix for ICH9)

Attached File  RTC.txt   237bytes   49 downloads Change the length of IO segment in device RTC to 0x02 (fix CMOS reset)

Attached File  Shutdown.txt   255bytes   70 downloads Change method _PTS to do nothing if Arg0 is 0x05 (shutdown)

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a) same here but with an nvidia chip.
:thumbsup_anim: fan works fine here on my dv7 3180us. even without any dsdt.aml
c) audio works, i got the latest voodoo's kexts. (even the mic works)
d) sd card works! I had to add some kexts for it, (look at kexts.com, for some jmicron one)
e) the FN keys do work, but they are all messed up, (the assignement), for example, instead of FN 6 for brightness, it will be set in FN HOME, or something, FN 4 makes it go to sleep, so the FN do work, but only a few of them and mis-assigned.
f) the only reason you'd fry your machine with the dsdt is that you tell it to do something not so good, voltage for example, or FAN control, it would overheat. but i feel it would have to be extreme and on purpose.
Know that if you have a DSDT.aml that fails, just reboot with chameleon flag DSDT=none
no problem, it will ignore your DSDT.aml, no need to delete it from the file system.
As far as the cpus=1 etc, the only way you gonna get all the cores working fine, you HAVE to use the legacy_kernel.
The best for our machine is to get it to install with crappy settings (low memory removed from the machine), then boot with cpus=1 busratio=12 etc. (not good, but good enough to install). then install snow leopard 10.6.4 and install legacy_kernel, a lot of things will then work.
Also, use 32 bit.
With the legacy_kernel, (see on kexts.com) all the cores will work and no KP.
Also, for your voodoo audio, if it crashes when you 1st install it, try to reboot again, sometimes it crashes if i install a new kexts, but rebooting again a few times fixes it (something to do with caches?).

Hope that helps.


Hi Kizwan/Kellis,

Thanks for your excellent feedback.

Kellis:

You have mentioned fan works fine. What does that mean? I have a feeling that on my notebook, the fan rans continously even when the system is idle. What I wanted to know from you is is the fan not running at all when you don't perform CPU intensive tasks? As per Mammoth's instructions, I have set the Fan to disbled in BIOS. Is it going to affect anything?

For audio, can you upload here the latest voodoo kexts or point me to the download link? Same with sd card kext.

It is amazing to know that the Fn keys are working except those are assigned to the wrong keys. So, when you press Fn+HOME does the brightness work? I'm eager to know that. How did you make it work? Are you using any custom kexts or modified the dsdt.aml using the excellent "el coniglio" DSDT auto patcher? Btw, how difficult is to re-assign to the correct Fn keys?

Is the subwoofer working (found on the bottom of the notebook)?

I'm not passing anything when booting from the Chameleon partition. I think those are automatically taken care by Mammoth's Boot CD 1.10.

Btw, did you try to run GeekBench? I'm getting 4573 with 4GB RAM. Probably, if we use the vanilla kernel, we can get more.

As you had mentioned, I wanted to try to boot without any dsdt.aml to see what I'm getting. But, to do this, do I re-enable the fan in the BIOS setting?

Thanks.

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Hi Kizwan/Kellis,

Thanks for your excellent feedback.

Kellis:

You have mentioned fan works fine. What does that mean? I have a feeling that on my notebook, the fan rans continously even when the system is idle. What I wanted to know from you is is the fan not running at all when you don't perform CPU intensive tasks? As per Mammoth's instructions, I have set the Fan to disbled in BIOS. Is it going to affect anything?

For audio, can you upload here the latest voodoo kexts or point me to the download link? Same with sd card kext.

It is amazing to know that the Fn keys are working except those are assigned to the wrong keys. So, when you press Fn+HOME does the brightness work? I'm eager to know that. How did you make it work? Are you using any custom kexts or modified the dsdt.aml using the excellent "el coniglio" DSDT auto patcher? Btw, how difficult is to re-assign to the correct Fn keys?

Is the subwoofer working (found on the bottom of the notebook)?

I'm not passing anything when booting from the Chameleon partition. I think those are automatically taken care by Mammoth's Boot CD 1.10.

Btw, did you try to run GeekBench? I'm getting 4573 with 4GB RAM. Probably, if we use the vanilla kernel, we can get more.

As you had mentioned, I wanted to try to boot without any dsdt.aml to see what I'm getting. But, to do this, do I re-enable the fan in the BIOS setting?

Thanks.

I am not 100% sure about the fan,. mine is enabled in the BIOS.

when i perform intensive task, i dont notice a difference. I will check, listen for the noise etc.

All the kexts can be found on kexts.com I am at work now, don't know which i have and i am afraid maybe your laptop might require different ones anyway. i have the dv7 3180us.

as far as the FN keys, the HUD shows up, but don't do anything, because the MAX and MIN values for the BCL are set to 0. so that won't work until we find a way to fix that. Most likely from a Kext and not from the dsdt. But i am not 100% sure.

One thing that's weird. the APP0002 worked on this laptop, but on my Acer notebook, the dsdt does NOT have that value for the backlight, it points to a battery type of device, yet it works fine, from the FN keys. that really confuses me.

I do not know yet how to re-assign the FN keys from the dsdt, i have been trying to read as many documents as possible, but to no avail yet.

The sub looks to be working, but i believe the left speaker is working weirdly. the PAN button is not working correctly. but from logic studio it seems to work fine.

I believe the sub is hardwired to the speakers, that is, if you have sound, the sub will work. That's only my theory. The bass is better than my other laptop, for sure.

I ran geekbench with the 6gigs, the max i got was 4800 something.

which is pretty much identical to geekbench when booting in windows. so i am happy knowing that things are running full speed.

I would always have the fan running, HOT + CPU = bad / unstable.

the noise (if there's any) is not bothering me at all. i'll check though later tonight to assess the FAN situation though.

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Here is my two dsdt's that are pre-modded.


But i have a CMOS restart issue even with RTC fix

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