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Hi All, i have a hp pavilion dv6 notebook with InsydeBios i want to edit my dsdt but only if decompile\recompile i got 116 errors! Please can someone look at my dsdt and give an hand to fix it without any error?
This is my dsdt.dsl
The major errors are a about LNK[A-B] Object not found.
Thanks
Attached File  dsdt.zip   42.28KB   18 downloads

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ehh how did u extract dsdt ?

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Using DSDTSE why?

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with linux.. ubuntu
sudo apt-get install acpidump iasl

Then run the following commands on terminal:

mkdir ~/acpiinfo ; cd ~/acpiinfo
sudo acpidump > acpidump.txt
# enter password
sudo acpixtract acpidump.txt
ls *.dat | while read i; do iasl -d "${i}"; done
name=`sudo dmidecode -s system-product-name`

mkdir "${name}" && cp *.dsl "${name}"/

then zip and upload the folder with dsdt and ssdt

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Here are all my ACPI tables decompiled including DSDT and SSDT! Hope that now someone can help me! Thank you all
Attached File  DSDT&SSDT.zip   63.49KB   12 downloads

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seems like structuring doesnt comply to acpi specs for compiler.
structuring is a little bit mixed up. not sure of fix.
im sure someone eventualy figures it out.

u can also rebuild dsdt from scratch from parts of this one.

example: i used g31m-es2L dsdt i extracted and i later found a very small version of it (minimal) i compared the info and found a line for the memory was not same
so i fixed and it works with it missing 1/2 the dsdt.

in your case its a complex laptop not a desktop so it might be harder... find a dv6 model thats similar and compare .dsl in text wrangler ?

what model dv6 ?? under it under battery usually says dv6-####

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My is Hp Pavilion dv6-2142sl, also infos of how can I build it from scratch?

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just find another dv6 working dsdt and compare dsdt.dsl with text wrangler

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I'm still trying to fix this, if anyone have some ideas tell me here...

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0 Errors, still warnings and remarks, it's a start.

Edit: Warnings also gone, you still are missing 2 brackets, was a on the fly fix, no patches applied, if you need them too, let me know.

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0 Errors, still warnings and remarks, it's a start.

Edit: Warnings also gone, you still are missing 2 brackets, was a on the fly fix, no patches applied, if you need them too, let me know.

Thank you very much now I have a full working system! I edited your dsdt to add all fixes needed for my system:
  • Fn Keys enabled
  • Brightness Fix: need to use generic brightness noslide edition
  • HPET Fix for native power management and sleep
  • Battery information are ACPI 3.x and 4.x compliant so voodoobattery read them well
  • LID closing fix: now go to sleep when closing LID
  • Temperature correctly reported and correct fan speed applied
  • Patch for loading AppleLPC.kext and keep cpu more cooler
If anyone interested:
EDIT: Added LPC patch
Attached File  dsdt.aml.zip   22.63KB   41 downloads





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