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Got my install of Moutain Lion running over the weekend with one of the great Vanilla guides on this forum. Updated my DSDT file to get Lnx2Macs ethernet installer working and my 9800GTX+ working. Since then I have tried so many kext files from all over the web to try and get my sound working. As the title of this post says I have a Gigabyte GA-EP45-UD3P with ALC889a. Finally I deleted all the modified kext files and installed the default kext files from my Macbook Pro. If I can I would love to leave this install as clean as possible and only run the DSDT, if that is even possible.

For sleep I patched my DSDT with HPET and LPC from DSDT editor.


I have attached my current DSDT file if that helps.

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no DSDT attached?

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Sorry here we go. As I said before Sleep and sound not working on this DSDT file

https://dl.dropbox.c...458506/dsdt.aml

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That DSDT is for DS3R not UD3P. Instead of using a downloaded one, boot without DSDT in /Extra and extract an unmodified one to upload. If you start with {censored}, guess what you'll end up with?

To add further confusion, your signature shows you have a DS3R and UD3R not P?

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I kernel panic without a dsdt. I cannot boot -x nor can I boot normally without one. Any other suggestions?

Panic reads:

panic(CPU 1 caller 0xffffff7f808011df): No HPETs Available...CPU(s) configured incorrectly

Debuggercaled: <panic>
Backtrace (CPU1), Frame : Return Address

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Windows or Linux

enable 64bit HPET in BIOS

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Ok I just extracted my DSDT in windows. Will reboot and test.

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Alright I have updated my DSDT file with the one I extracted. I now have orange Hard Drives and no sound.

Here is the link to my extracted DSDT in from Windows:
https://dl.dropbox.c...458506/dsdt.aml

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Anyone?

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I got this, gimme a few mins

That should take care of it.

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Thank you. It works perfect.

Out of curiosity, what did I do wrong when I extracted my DSDT file in Windows? Why did it not work? What was it missing? I would love to be able to do this my self if it happened again.

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You didn't do anything wrong, but DSDT cannot be properly read by mac without editing parts of it to make everything work right. Simplified explaination, but that's the gist of it.

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You didn't do anything wrong, but DSDT cannot be properly read by mac without editing parts of it to make everything work right. Simplified explaination, but that's the gist of it.


Just wanted to thank you for this. I'm going to try it now.
Do I need to put anything in my org.chameleon.Boot.plist or smbios.plist to tell it to listen to my DSDT?

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nope

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nope

this worked for my sound, but i cant create an aggregate audio device to get 5.1 and i still dont have sleep. ideally, id like to have 5.1, sleep, and not have to use GraphicsEnabler=Yes for my GTX 560
I have a rev 1.1 EP45-UD3P with F10 bios





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