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I've noticed that now, with speedstep active temperatures are GOOD :) so the main goal is achieved! Thanks to everyone!!
Should i "Hopen" XD a new topic for my disappeared stop?
or should i just "wait" for help here?

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It's a old post so don't know if it works but worth a try for your sleep button from http://forums.macrum...ad.php?t=884335

Found something on the Apple forum regarding a specific sleep issue: "If that doesn't work or you've never faxed on your Mac, go to Finder/Hard Drive /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration and delete the com.apple.PowerManagement.plist and com..apple.AutoWake.plist files (if your Mac asks, type your admin. password).
If the latter file isn't present in the folder, go to user name(probably your name)/Library/Preferences, delete the com.apple.systemuiserver.plist file, and reboot your Mac."


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yes man! you were right, now the button is back!!!

(only one file removed: com.apple.powermanagement.plist)


btw now my system don't enter sleep mode just a black screen, i suppose that if i had "vanilla" AICPM i didn't need sleep enabler, but since it doesn't sleep... i've tried with a couple of versions of it but no luck, it makes my aicpm Panic during boot, trying to test another version...

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I'm writing a guide for my lappy n53jl thanks to you guys!! maybe someone like me can easily install OSx86 on this asus, i'm just missing sleep and bluetooth, but since it have a combo atheros card i thinks that is not so easy to make it work, so after enabling sleep all the pain "fun for us" is gone.

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Glad i could help, Sleep is a hard nut to crack took me months to figure out mine, i'd try to figure it out without sleep enabler just use it as last resort.

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thx i'll report every progress...
if someone got any idea, every help will be appreciated.

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Hi...I have been looking for solution for my HP dv6 1253cl heat problem and found this topic....unfortunately I hardly understand the terms used cause i've just started building hackintosh...My CPU temp is generally high (above 75)...I tried to extract DSDT and when I tried to compile there were lots of errors and warnings which I am totally unaware of...I would really want DR HURT to help me out in this...cause I cannot patch my DSDT....please let me know if any of you guys could help me out....
please.....

my dsdt dsl is attached....

my full system info is

HP pavillion DV6 1253cl
Intel Core2Duo p7550 @ 2.26GHz
ATI mobility radeon 4650
4gb ram

thanks in advance...
atish

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you shouldn't need a dsdt, take a look in these two folder: extra/extensions (in the root of the hard drive) and system/library/extensions, backup and delete a file called nullcpu(something).kext, then try to boot again, if the system hang during boot, try again with -v flag and post a picture ;)

btw temperatures good but is NOT SUPERCOOL i'm getting around 58° idle 65° surfing the web and 87° during geek benches (it scores 5200)...

just to let you understand,
every processor have the ability to adjust the clock speed so it doesn't stress the cpu, that's called speedstep.
Real macintosh computers have specific configuration and they work via appleintelcpupowermanagment.kext or aicpm
this kext is most times incompatible or it needs patching to work with regulars pcs
so someone managed to make a kext that disables almost every speedstep ability allowing users to use only 2 frequencies the lower and the higher, that at least makes systems boot, and it called Nullcpupowermanagment or null cpu
So it's usually present in any hackintosh but it's obviously better to use the native kext if possible.
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Atiish
I've cleaned you dsdt up 0 errors couple of warnings just m$ junk. You will have to patch it yourself as i don't know whats in your computer have a look with ioreg and patch with dsdtse or dsdt editor. Patch lpcb to keep temp down and also look at patching _Hot.

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