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Alexei Leonov

Alexei Leonov

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In Topic: Sony Vaio VPCF115FM Discussion: DSDT Injection

29 August 2015 - 01:25 PM

 

 

Thanks for that but unfortunately it doesn't work. There is no change at all in the behaviour of the brightness slide control. If I move the control from the rightmost position (full brightness) leftwards, the screen darkens almost imperceptibly but at around 70% position from left to right the screen turns off completely and stays off (unless I press the "display off" button in the keyboard to turn it on). This is the same behaviour I've got with the previous DSDT.

 

Alexei

In Topic: Sony Vaio VPCF115FM Discussion: DSDT Injection

25 August 2015 - 06:15 PM

Yes, attach your dsdt.

 

Here it is...

 

Attached File  dsdt_alexei_nobrightnessctrl.aml.zip   15.81KB   9 downloads

In Topic: Sony Vaio VPCF115FM Discussion: DSDT Injection

14 August 2015 - 03:36 PM

Hello!

 

Has anyone managed to enable brightness control on any VAIO that suffered with the now solved black screen issue? My VPCF12M0E/B has the OSX's brightness slide control (System Preferences->Displays) enabled but it doesn't work properly. It is always on max brightness and if I move the slide to the left, the brightness is reduced only slightly then the display is turned off (I can turn the display on again by using the dedicated key on the VAIO's keyboard). I've tried a few things like Rehabman's ACPIBrightness.kext (unsuitable for NVIDIA cards) and GenericBrightness.kext to no avail.

 

Cheers,

Alexei

In Topic: Vaio users black screen after boot

11 August 2015 - 01:51 PM

Hello!

 

Has anyone managed to enable brightness control on any VAIO that suffered with the now solved black screen issue? My VPCF12M0E/B has the OSX's brightness slide control (System Preferences->Displays) enabled but it doesn't work properly. It is always on max brightness and if I move the slide to the left, the brightness is reduced only slightly then the display is turned off (I can turn the display on again by using the dedicated key on the VAIO's keyboard). I've tried a few things like Rehabman's ACPIBrightness.kext (unsuitable for NVIDIA cards) and GenericBrightness.kext to no avail.

 

Cheers,

Alexei

In Topic: Vaio users black screen after boot

14 October 2014 - 11:03 PM

Hi guys,

 

I was quite busy these last days but finally was able to continue the tests on my VAIO.

 

@jl4c:

I tried both versions of DSDT.aml you sent me (v1 and v2) but the results are similar to art.sormy's, that is:

MSRDumper.kext: no P states at all

DPCIManager: P states vary as (7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13) according to the processor load (7=idle, 13=heavy work)

 

Also, AppleLPC.kext does not load.

 

 

 

You are right, my 88e8057 didn't work. It's just shown in system as available and shown in ifconfig.

Try this one kext http://www.insanelym...e8056-108-1085/

 

Got the same results with this one: it doesn't work, doesn't detect the network cable.

 

 

One of solutions is to buy sony laptop compatible WLAN card ($20-30) which is also compatible with os x (like mine, for example, with broadcom bluetooth and atheros wireless).

Also you can buy usb ethernet adapter ($10) or usb wireless adapter ($10) but they will eats usb slots.

 

 

What is the exact model of your WLAN card? Is it the stock one or did you replace it? Does it work on OSX out of the box? I'd rather buy a WLAN card as long as it is 100% compatible.

 

Regarding your touchpad's issues, try this modified version of VoodooPS2:

 

http://www.hackintos...-for-mavericks/

 

This one still have minor issues but is by far the best one I found (anyways, my VAIO touchpad is crappy even on Windows). You should be able to tweak it on Trackpad (System Preferences) wich is quite nice.

 

Did you manage to fix the "About this Mac" bug?

 

Finally, can you share your Clover's config.plist? I think I messed up mine because the power button is not working any more :)

 

 

Thanks guys!

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