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Hey guys, we'll I seem to have problems creating a DSDT for my Gateway NV5932u. Can anyone make a DSDT for my laptop?

Gateway NV5932u Specs:

Intel Core i5-430M Processor
Mobile Intel HM55 Express Chipset
Intel HD Graphics (I know this doesn't work)
4096MB Dual-Channel DDR3 1066MHz sDRAM
Realtek High Definition Audio
Atheros Wi-Fi
Broadcom Ethernet
500GB 5400RPM SATA hard drive
Blu-ray/DVD Drive

Thanks. :D

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Here you go. Hopefully this helps. :D

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DTGP
EHCI
FN
HDEF
HPET
IRQs
LPC
OS PATCHING
PNLF
RENAME
RTC
SMBUS
SHUTDOWN
UHCI
FIX WARNINGS

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Thank you very much MaLd0n. I appreciate your help. :)

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Just one small question, I seem to be having a kernel panic whenever I connect a USB device such as a flash drive. This started happening when I updated to 10.6.6 (has nothing to do with the DSDT). Can you maybe give me a link to find out how to solve this USB problem?

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Just one small question, I seem to be having a kernel panic whenever I connect a USB device such as a flash drive. This started happening when I updated to 10.6.6 (has nothing to do with the DSDT). Can you maybe give me a link to find out how to solve this USB problem?


do you use USB roll back or similar? :)
update to 10.6.7

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do you use USB roll back or similar? :P
update to 10.6.7


Oh lol. :) I haven't thought about the USB Rollback kext. :) Thanks for the reminder. I'll update to 10.6.7 later on when I have time. Again thanks for all your help :)

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