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Hi all,

I'm having some small issues(sleep and volume control) with my Dell Dimension 3000 that i read could be fixed by DSDT patching. Anyone know the proper way to patch it for my system?

Thanks in Advance!

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without the original kernel, power management
you only get sleep by using a kext, sleepenabler

send me files
http://www.insanelym...p...st&id=81816

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Actually I just got the vanilla kernel to load on my P4 and am now thinking that DSDT patching will allow me to load IntelCPUPM without kernel panic. Any ideas?
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Attached File  dsdt_Ed24135.zip   3.56KB   11 downloads
use ForceHPET=Yes

remove EvOreboot and NullCPUPowerManagement

restart fix and NativePM use Chameleon RC5
http://www.insanelym...p...t&p=1526378
Add in boot.plist
<key>GeneratePStates</key>
<string>Yes</string>
<key>GenerateCStates</key>
<string>Yes</string>

try it

P4 suport SpeedStep?

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Tried it and I got Unsupported CPU Kernel Panic.
Not sure if my P4 supports SpeedStep but i am using Chameleon RC5
Using ForceHPET=Yes as boot flag gets AppleHPET and AppleLPC loaded. Or was that in the DSDT you sent me?

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Use NUll and SleepEnabler

remove EvOreboot

test restart and shutdown

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OK I tried it, and sleep still restarts computer. Everything else works fine though.

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Try it

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Nope, still nothing.

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select "Start up automatically after a power failure" in "Energy Saver"

if it doesn't work
I do not know a solution to this
I hope someone can help you
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Tried it and again, Nothing. Oh well, maybe a solution will come up soon.

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Tried it and again, Nothing. Oh well, maybe a solution will come up soon.

send me a kextstat
run on terminal

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Here you go.
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Here you go.
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Great
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