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donovan6000

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I'm having some trouble patching my DSDT to achieve native power management. My laptop's processor is an Intel i7 740qm. This is a Nehalem processor, so I thought I just had to apply the LPC patch to my DSDT but I'm still getting a kernel panic related to the powermanagement. If someone could edit my DSDT or tell me what I need to fix I'd be very grateful.

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if you are above 10.7.4 you need a SSDT in addition to your DSDT.

SSDT defines the speedsteps for your CPU.

and kernel panic isnt kernel panic, so a foto of your kp can help.

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Could be that you have to patch the appleintelcpupowermanagement.kext.

http://olarila.com/f....php?f=9&t=1003 Third post is in English.

Would first try the SSDT method as posted above.





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