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DSDT Patching for DELL Sandy Bridge Processors


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Hi, i have one Dell N4110 laptop, the specs is :
CPU: i5 2450
GPU: HD3000+AMD6630m
LAN: Realtek 8136
Wireless: Intel-n 1030
Audio: ALC269-vb
Extra: Synaptics touchpad, realtek card reader etc.

By now, i get most of them working, except the hybrid GPU, and i see a topic about this, by using dsdt & ssdt to disable the discrete graphics, only use the integrate one. Also i try to do it, but can't compile the ssdt part into dsdt. I am wondering whether you can do it.
Here is the link: http://www.projectos...topic=2315&st=0 The author have Intel+Nvidia optimus, and he succeed disable the Gt5xxm, but in my case, it seems that it doesn't match Intel+AMD combination.

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nvidia optimus and amd dynamic switching are two completely different approaches and cant be disabled by a dsdt.





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