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I downloaded adsdt.dsl for my asus N53s and I need to use it. I'm assuming I need to convert it to a .aml to be able to place it in my extra folder to use it. How can I convert it. I've googled it, but it either doesn't even tell you how, or it tells you to use dsdtse (can't even download it...).

How can I convert .dsl to .aml?

Also, I need to us the chameleon bootloader on my external HDD in order to boot into 10.8.2. Should I put the dsdt.aml in the extra folder on my external HDD, or 10.8.2 disk?

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Just change the extension...

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Is that literally how? What's the point of making a .dsl if it's just the same as .aml?

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Is that literally how? What's the point of making a .dsl if it's just the same as .aml?


Yes, lol. The extensions both have there prepossess.

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Oh. Tyvm.

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Changing the extension is not the answer. The dsl file is the source code. To turn it into aml you have to compile it. Open it with a DSDT editor, compile it and save the aml file.

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About just rename the extension: One option is from *.bin to *.aml file (for example a dsdt extracted from AIDA64), also *.dat to *.aml works. And another example is *.txt to *.dsl (for edition, fixes, patches, etc), then compile it to *.aml, as babylonx said.





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