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Hi there,

i'm searching for Users who also have an P5LD2 Board without VM or SE.

I'm trying to patch the DSDT to work with native Powermanagement, but in my DSDT is no HPET.

Who can help me?

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Device (HPET) 
{ 
Name (_HID, EisaId ("PNP0103")) 
Name (_STA, 0x0F) 
Name (_CRS, ResourceTemplate () { 
Memory32Fixed (ReadWrite, 0xFED00000, 0x00000400, ) 
IRQNoFlags () {0} 
IRQNoFlags () {8} 
}) 
}

add under LPC section aka SBRG

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That's the problem. I have no LPC section.

It's the same for the SBus patch. I cannot find the right place.

FYI i added the original DSDT.

My aim is to patch this with Hpet, Sbus and Hdef.

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I managed to find another dsdt from the board. I hope so because it was from a russia board and patched like this.

But no luck with Hpet. Only KP!

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show me kp details.. i wonder if bios settings need hpet enabled ? if it even has it.. or something in power management.

what kexts are u loading ?
chameleon version ?
bios version? http://support.asus....n...amp;p=1&os= choose dos then click bios
what os 10.6 or 10.7 ?

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Sorry, no screenshot, but
the error message is "..CPU 1 has no HPET ..." or so.

Kexts in extra
JMicronATA, IOAHCIBlockstorageinjector, VoodooTSCSync, AppleACPIPSNub

Bios Version: Description P5LD2 BIOS 2002
In bIos is no option for HPET enabled or not.

and OS is Lion 10.7.2

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dont use jmicron for now and voodootscsync and u don need IOAHCIBlockstorageinjector as thats for orange icons. which ich7 doesnt suffer from.
boot with -x UseKernelCache=No ForceHPET=Yes
what chameleon version?
any power management options of interest like S3 or S1 resume.

btw your bios is a Beta Version 2002 not the full stable release Version 1903

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I will delete them and try to boot with.

chameleon Version is 1683.

In Bios only:

Repost Video on S3 Resume = Yes
ACPI 2.0 Support = Yes
ACPI APIC support enabled

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ACPI APIC support to disabled.. try that

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No boot with
boot with -x UseKernelCache=No ForceHPET=Yest

and deleted JMicron and IOAHCI kexts

Same error: CPU 1 has no HPET assigned to it

No luck with

ACPI APIC support to disabled
Error: CPU 0 has no HPET assigned to it

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That's the problem. I have no LPC section.

Yes you do, it's Device (SBRG) on line 1563. LMG already told you in his first reply.

I managed to find another dsdt from the board. I hope so because it was from a russia board and patched like this.

Never use someone else's DSDT, always dump your own.
ACPI table contents change depending on BIOS version, settings, amount of RAM installed and probably other stuff too.

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And so on:

No Luck.
I must install a working Windows to flash the bios to the stable version. I will give feedback to you.

It will be nice when you could look to my thread in the next hours.

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u dont need windows to flash bios.
usb dos with afudos.exe AFUDOS V2.32, AMI BIOS update tool.
dou have any win machine to make usb dos ? then copy the afudos and bios to usb.

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I must install a working Windows to flash the bios to the stable version


You are either crazy, or uninformed. Rule #1 of Hackintosh Club is "know your hardware".

Your motherboard supports EZ-Flash, read section 4.1 of your motherboard manual.

You don't need Windows, use a bootable USB flash drive and AFUDOS.

It is available at the download page for your motherboard on ASUS' website.

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Never use someone else's DSDT, always dump your own.
ACPI table contents change depending on BIOS version, settings, amount of RAM installed and probably other stuff too.

this one is ok. i did a compare and only patches is the difference..no mem changed.

j.picard show me the rus forum to see what else might be key. this is ich7..but its asus.. i like my gigabytes :P

i found 10.6.0 hcl says 32 bit and boothink needed ? http://wiki.osx86pro...HCL_10.6.0#Asus

i think your dsdt isnt being loaded.. partition scheme ?

after bios flash redump dsdt to see what changed.

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Yes yes, you are right. I didn't thought about it. Bios is flashed with the stable version 1903 but no differences between the bios settings.

Only booting is difference. Now the error message is "No Hpet's available..."

I don't need Bootthink cause my CPU is working in 64 bit. FYI my System HDD is partitioned with 2 Systems. Lion working without dsdt and Nullcpupowermanagement in /E/E and the second partition with a Backup to test.

On second HDD is a working Win7.

The russian forum where i got my example dsdt is

http://tdev.me/forum...-p5ld2-t68.html

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so first partition is lion..and htat has the /Extra ... not the second partiiton no /Extra there.

put dsdt.aml inthe /Extra of the booting HD.= lion has the active partition??

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Sorry, i don't understand this. So i try to describe this:

First HD - Sata
1. Partition - Lion - working with /E (nullcpupower.., Fakesmc etc.) without a dsdt
2. Partition - Lion - Cloned with CCC with /E and the patched DSDT

Second HD - IDE
1. Partition - Win7

Chameleon Version 1683 is doing a good job to select the boot.

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dsdt wont load from second partition.. have to have it in the active hd.. first disk

boot with -v -x Wait=Yes
this will show u the first screen to see if dsdt is being loaded then press any key to continue

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Really?

When I select the booting system i use the command
dsdt=/extra/dsdtpatched.aml -v
to boot

and when the error appears, i can see in text text from the KP that is in the booting command.





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