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IOReg with test1 - looks promising.

Try this - probably it will panic too, but I have added some logging - so photo of KP screen and last messages in kernel log(you can see it in Console.app) would be useful to find-out the reason of KP.


It gives a kp, here is the photo:

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Ok. Now try this one - I have added check in driver to work only for TZ1(according to your ioreg only it has active cooling).

Probably it will panic too, but in log will be only info related too TZ1..

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Ok. Now try this one - I have added check in driver to work only for TZ1(according to your ioreg only it has active cooling).

Probably it will panic too, but in log will be only info related too TZ1..


Ok, it is loadable :)
It produces a lot of output in console, but the values are still the same.

08.11.11 18:56:49,000 kernel: TZ1, T=2892
08.11.11 18:56:49,000 kernel: TZ1, Check Active Cooling 0
08.11.11 18:56:50,000 kernel: TZ1, _AC0=3552
08.11.11 18:56:50,000 kernel: TZ1, Check Active Cooling 1
08.11.11 18:56:50,000 kernel: TZ1, _AC1=3472
08.11.11 18:56:50,000 kernel: TZ1, Check Active Cooling 2
08.11.11 18:56:50,000 kernel: TZ1, _AC2=3392
08.11.11 18:56:50,000 kernel: TZ1, Check Active Cooling 3
08.11.11 18:56:50,000 kernel: TZ1, _AC3=3232
08.11.11 18:56:50,000 kernel: TZ1, Check Active Cooling 4
08.11.11 18:56:50,000 kernel: TZ1, _AC4=3082
08.11.11 18:56:50,000 kernel: TZ1, Check Active Cooling 5
08.11.11 18:56:50,000 kernel: TZ1, Check Active Cooling 6
08.11.11 18:56:50,000 kernel: TZ1, Check Active Cooling 7
08.11.11 18:56:50,000 kernel: TZ1, Check Active Cooling 8
08.11.11 18:56:50,000 kernel: TZ1, Check Active Cooling 9

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T=2892 (16C) is the same problem for me.

Anyone could post Lion working DSDT of some HP Compaq model? I want to find there is the problem.

Best regards, --py

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Hi all!
could you please help me to patch my dsdt to work with this driver?
the next is correctly loaded, but I don't know if and how to integrate funtionalities with my dsdt.
Here is my actual dsdt:
Attached File  dsdt.aml.zip   9.92KB   6 downloads

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I have an HP laptop, let me know what I need to do to help out.

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Hi all!
could you please help me to patch my dsdt to work with this driver?
the next is correctly loaded, but I don't know if and how to integrate funtionalities with my dsdt.
Here is my actual dsdt:
Attached File  dsdt.aml.zip   9.92KB   6 downloads


First of all you need to extract all ACPI Tables - There will be SSDT tables, code of thermal zones required to patch dsdt is located in them. Also wold be good to see your IORegistry dump(you can save it from IORegistryExplorer)





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