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  1. Hi there, I'm trying to mod the BIOS of my laptop, a HP nc6320, because only works with one of the two cores and I have to put cpus=1 in the boot. So when I saw this post I thought I had the same problem. Well, I have installed a Linux in my laptop to dump and disassemble the dsdt with acpidump and iasl, the thing is that I haven't found anything like the example above, you can check the attach file. I don't know how to solve the cores problem if it's not of the dsdt, any suggests?? I attach my dsdt. Thank you so much. dsdt.rar
  2. Hi Kabyl!!! First of all, very nice work you're doing... I have a hp nc6320 laptop and i have installed a Leopard 10.5.2 on it but only works if I disable the dual core option in the BIOS or boot flag cpu=1 Here is the link to the BIOS ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp38501-39000/sp38743.exe The nc6320 has a t5600 core 2 duo processor and a Intel GM945 Express Chipset. could you mod the BIOS o tell me how should i do it?? Thank you so much in advance.