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FuManchu84

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I have achieved pretty much with my dsdt so far (shutdown, sleep, restart, speedstep) except for a little problem: After wake up from sleep the scrolling of my magic mouse doesn't work any more. Reconnecting the bluetooth-connection doesn't help. When i unplug an re-plug my bluetooth-dongle after sleep (it's this one) I get a kernel panic. Can anyone help me with that problem? Other USB-devices work after sleep, bluetooth-keyboard also has no problems...

I have attached my DSDT if anyone want's to analyze
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test it
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Unfortunatly that didn't help. Same problem with your DSDT. May I ask you what you changed? Maybe my bluetooth-dongle isn't 100% compatible. Does anyone use a dongle that doesn't make problems after sleep?

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I always use a small Sweex USB dongle and that always seems to work fine without any drivers or dsdt patches whatsoever.

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I always use a small Sweex USB dongle and that always seems to work fine without any drivers or dsdt patches whatsoever.

Does sleep work without problems with bluetooth-devices after wake up? Which mouse an which mainboard do you use?





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