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Okay, can you attach the Files?
 
I'm totally new at DSDT (and SSDT) Editing  :wacko: . I just thought, I have to Include this into SSDT-5, because the Rename Patch takes effect  :D  :blush:


Follow the instructions in post #19. You need to learn to do it yourself...

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BIGGGGGGGGGGGGG THX RehabMan!!!

 

I've got full brightness now!

Don't know if the AMD card is disabled, if not, i will fix it later!

 

Can I donate anyway?



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BIGGGGGGGGGGGGG THX RehabMan!!!
 
I've got full brightness now!
Don't know if the AMD card is disabled, if not, i will fix it later!
 
Can I donate anyway?


Glad you have it working...

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What I've noticed:
Because of the DSDT Sleep is working more or less. When I close the Lid, it turns into Sleep and reboots instantly.

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What I've noticed:
Because of the DSDT Sleep is working more or less. When I close the Lid, it turns into Sleep and reboots instantly.


Native power management implemented? What is the behavior of Apple->Sleep as compared to lid sleep?

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I've got a patched SSDT for power management and the kernel is patched for Haswell CPUs. It's the same. It takes a long time to got into Sleep and then it instantly reboots.

Edited by M4RWiN, 17 August 2014 - 05:46 AM.


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I've got a patched SSDT for power management and the kernel is patched for Haswell CPUs. It's the same. It takes a long time to got into Sleep and then it instantly reboots.


Post ioreg using IORegistryExplorer v2.1 and I'll take a look...

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The first dump is made with v3.0.2(14) and the second one with v2.1 because I was wondering about the file sizes.

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The first dump is made with v3.0.2(14) and the second one with v2.1 because I was wondering about the file sizes.


Make sure you're not dropping OEM SSDTs that are required.

Try GenericUSBXHCI.kext and -gux_defer_usb2.

You may need DSDT patches for HPET/etc. See here for examples: https://github.com/R...ptop-DSDT-Patch ("System Patches" section)

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Thx man! If I close the Lid, it goes to sleep and if I open the lid and press a button, it wakes up again!

Two things I've noticed:

- after sleep the touchpad doesn't work anymore (Keyboard is still working)

- it takes some time (20 sec) until it goes to sleep

 

I had to apply some patches: HPET Fix, RTC Fix, Fix_WAK Arg0 v2



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Thx man! If I close the Lid, it goes to sleep and if I open the lid and press a button, it wakes up again!
Two things I've noticed:
- after sleep the touchpad doesn't work anymore (Keyboard is still working)


What trackpad is in the laptop? Which drivers are you using?

- it takes some time (20 sec) until it goes to sleep


By design. It is a Mavericks "feature." Complain to Apple.

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It's a Synaptics Touchpad v7.5 (seen in verbose mode). I'm using the drivers inside the myHack kext - ApplePS2Mouse and ApplePS2Trackpad. I was just wondering, because in ML it takes 1-2 seconds until it is completely in sleep and 2-3 Seconds to wake up, so OK.



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It's a Synaptics Touchpad v7.5 (seen in verbose mode). I'm using the drivers inside the myHack kext - ApplePS2Mouse and ApplePS2Trackpad. I was just wondering, because in ML it takes 1-2 seconds until it is completely in sleep and 2-3 Seconds to wake up, so OK.


Using MyHack instead of doing a vanilla install is going to give you headaches.

For Synaptics: https://github.com/R...-PS2-Controller

ML does not have the ~20 sec sleep delay "feature".

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I've tried the VoodooPS2 kext and it worked!

So there is one thing left: How to disable the AMD Card? I know that you already described it, but I don't know how to apply this to the DSDT.



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I've tried the VoodooPS2 kext and it worked!
So there is one thing left: How to disable the AMD Card? I know that you already described it, but I don't know how to apply this to the DSDT.


In your SSDT-5, you'll find an _OFF method. Above that is _INI, which you edit so it reads:
        Method (_INI, 0, NotSerialized)  // _INI: Initialize
        {
            Store (Zero, \_SB.PCI0.RP05.PEGP._ADR)
            _OFF() // this line added to turn Radeon off
        }


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Your amazing!

Now really EVERYTHING is working!!!

I will post an tutorial and you will definitively be named in the credits!  :thumbsup_anim:  B)  :wink_anim:







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