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hotKoffy

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#1756254 ACPI Backlight Driver

Posted by hotKoffy on 05 October 2011 - 10:44 AM

The log content related to ACPIBacklightDisplay is Oct 5 17:21:58 tangdeMacBook kernel[0]: ACPIBacklightDisplay: probe(display0) Oct 5 17:21:58 tangdeMacBook kernel[0]: ACPIBacklightDisplay: !kIOConnectionBuiltIn Oct 5 17:21:58 tangdeMacBook kernel[0]: ACPIBacklightDisplay: wrong displayType Oct 5 17:21:58 tangdeMacBook kernel[0]: ACPIBacklightDisplay: displayType 10 Thank you :) Your screen is not reconised as built in LCD panel but generic VGA. I don't know what's happen with ATI drivers. I've NVIDIA. Do you have integrated intel HD graphics too? like MBP8.2 Looking into imac 12.2 properties is interesting: try injecting display type Edit: Cyrus the Great use this for his ATI 4850 "@0,display-type", Buffer (0x05) { "LVDS" }, Try LVDS or LCD

#1753739 ACPI Backlight Driver

Posted by hotKoffy on 28 September 2011 - 06:34 AM

I haven't tried it, but is it possible to load this driver without recognized resolutions and graphic card? I have Intel HD, so it's not possible to run this card. I want to know is it worth of spending time :) No idea. This driver will load but I don't know if it will be used by AppleBacklightDisplay

#1749846 ACPI Backlight Driver

Posted by hotKoffy on 18 September 2011 - 11:07 AM

New version 1.2: Added Boolean property in info.plist "BQC use index" to be use if your _BQC returns an index to _BCL entries (not tested)Added an optional DSDT optimization : you can add a method SAVE with same parameters than _BCM and on the same device in order to split the DSDT code that set the backlight value in the PWM control register (usually located in EC) and the DSDT code that save the value in CMOS (usually in the RTC second bank of RAM : OperationRegion (xxxx, SystemIO, 0x72, 0x02) but triggered by a SMI interrupt to ensure CMOS checksum computation)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- New version 1.1: Added : look at power supply status at start upCode correction : more checks on pointers and function return--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is a driver for laptops which backlight are controlled by ACPI...

#1640527 Netbook hot key driver Asus Dell HP

Posted by hotKoffy on 16 February 2011 - 06:46 PM

Last update: 18 sept 2011 I've wrote a driver for my Asus EEEPC 1201N since the existing one didn't worked after sleep. It is base on the WMI device you can find in the DSDT (PNP0C14 + ASUSWMI), so I think it can works with other asus product shipped with win7. Feel free to try and report. There should be this kind of entry in your DSDT to work : Device (AMW0) { Name (_HID, EisaId ("PNP0C14")) Name (_UID, "ASUSWMI") Name (_WDG, Buffer (0x50) {...For example, if you have this : Device (AMW0) { Name (_HID, EisaId ("PNP0C14")) Name (_UID, <strong class='bbc'>Zero</strong>) Method (_STA, 0, NotSerialized) { <strong class='bbc'>If (LEqual (MSOS (), MSW7))</strong> { Return (0x0F) } Return (Zero) }Make the following modification: Device (AMW0) { Name (_HID, E...
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