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I'm having some trouble editing my DSDT, mainly because if I try adding ANY code in, it always gives me errors about how some objects are not accessible from the scope. I have the following problems-

1) Brightness controls don't show up anywhere. No action from the FN+Up/Down.
2) When my machine goes to sleep, it goes to sleep for one or two seconds, then wakes up, then goes back to sleep, and then stays awake. It's due to USB waking the laptop up, because I get the following in the kernel.log-

Wake reason = GLAN EHC1 EHC2

This is with Legacy USB enabled, internal LAN disabled, and USB S3 State Wakeup disabled. I've also tried this with the following combinations of kexts-

-AppleIntelCPUManagement
-NullCPUManagement
-NullCPUManagement+Sleepenabler
-Sleepenabler+AppleIntelCPUManagement (KP, took forever to fix it- that was a nightmare and a half!)

Can you guys help me?

Here's my DSDT-

http://cl.ly/3K2W3H2b1n2k193C4112

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Attached File  dsdt.r00tlolz.zip   13.8KB   44 downloads

DTGP
EHCI
FN KEYS
HPET
IRQs
LPC <---if runs natively remove _DSM
ADD Notify (\_SB.PWRB, 0x02) _L METHODs
PNLF
RENAME
SMBUS
UHCI
FIX WARNINGS

NativePM and restart fix use Chameleon RC5
add in boot.plist
<key>GeneratePStates</key>
<string>Yes</string>
<key>GenerateCStates</key>
<string>Yes</string>


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Attached File  dsdt.r00tlolz.zip   13.8KB   44 downloads

DTGP
EHCI
FN KEYS
HPET
IRQs
LPC <---if runs natively remove _DSM
ADD Notify (\_SB.PWRB, 0x02) _L METHODs
PNLF
RENAME
SMBUS
UHCI
FIX WARNINGS

NativePM and restart fix use Chameleon RC5
add in boot.plist

<key>GeneratePStates</key>
<string>Yes</string>
<key>GenerateCStates</key>
<string>Yes</string>


Thank you so much! I finally have sleep :P I disabled the GeneratePStates and GenerateCStates, due to the fact that the machine gets unstable, and really warm...

The brightness slider works, but it's locked to max/min, depending if I'm on AC or not. Also, after sleep, the machine starts up in full brightness, no way to change it. Brightness control in System Preferences are locked to full brightness.

Again, thank you so much for your help with sleep :)

*Edit*
Reason why brightness is locked to one value is because max/min brightness in IOReg is set to 0x0 for both.

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http://www.insanelym...howtopic=236835


Tried both solutions, didn't do a thing :/ However, the Fn + Up/Down keys show the brightness HUD. However, it is set to minimum, and I can't adjust it.

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Mald0n, I have noticed the work you have done for the above q430-11 as well as DSDT fixes for other machines.

I have a similar laptop to the above but with more ideal hardware.
http://www.samsung.c.../NP-Q430-JS03US

With the current DSDT for my Samsung Q430-JS03US, everything works except that I experience occasional kernel panics and the wireless will rarely fall out. Battery indication, Speedstep and sleep also fail to work.
I have no real way of determining whether speedstep works without using a buggy PoS called Coolbook.
I just know that it probably doesn't work.

Could you have a look at my DSDT when you have time?
Any help from yourself or others would be greatly appreciated.

DSDT:
http://www.mediafire...3d8s3wiw68a4ltw

-RoninX





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