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  1. [help] Vanilla speedstep on Asus P5Q Deluxe

    Go to the Formerlyknownas' vanilla speedstep thread and read. A lot. The thread has gotten quite long... but Master Chief is doing strange and wonderful things there with the P5K through DSDT. The DSDT for your board should be almost the same. Have fun!
  2. DSDT fixes for Gigabyte boards

    @mm67 Could you take a look at this SSDT that I pulled from the EP35 board with Q9550? The CFGD value is 0x04030302. I am trying to incorporate your CST info into my DSDT, but use as much from my SSDT as possible. I know you stated that you changed the CFGD value in yours. Also, under the Name (SSDT, package (0x18) section, look at the values for CPU0CST through CPU3CST. Doesn't look right to me. ssdt.dsl.zip
  3. DSDT fixes for Gigabyte boards

    First, I would like to thank Master Chief for taking the time to help those of us with Gigabyte boards. After seeing what you have done with the Asus P5K boards, I look forward to your knowledge and assistance. I know you don't personally have one (Gigabyte Board). If I could help with a fund.... count me in. If enough Gigabyte users are willing to chip in we could get you an EP35-DS3P on eBay for about $70 shipped. Secondly, @mm67 I remember reading in the vanilla speedstep thread that you had speedstep working with only the CST info added to your DSDT, but I notice that your latest DSDT has PCT and P-states added. How is speedstep working for you? Mainly interested in c states (temps and voltage while at idle). Thanks all in advance!!
  4. Master Chief's P5K PRO ACPI Warfare

    @Master Chief Tried the wake from sleep via apple keyboard on a gigabyte board... no go. With the changes, EHCI shows up as external, so no power management. Anyways, As I have said before... really impressed Master Chief. So much so that I have purchased a P5K board on ebay to replace my ep35-ds3p. There are just too many differences in the DSDT's to use many of your improvements. At least not without quite a bit of tinkering. I have already downloaded the latest bios rom for the board and used ACPI patcher to generate the DSDT. Comparing this to yours is just soooo much easier. Keep up the good work and thank you for your contributions to the community!
  5. Master Chief... I have been following this thread for a while, and must say that I am quite impressed with your knowledge of APCI. On another note... Wake from sleep with Apple keyboard is big news. Don't make us wait too long for that info, please. Keep up the good work.
  6. UHCI/EHCI built in

    Alright.... Still working on wake from apple keyboard issue. But I think we are the right track with the USB1 theory. It is because the keyboard is detected as usb2 that it will not work. In my bios, under integrated peripherals, I can disable USB2 controller. With this disabled the apple alum. keyboard wakes the system from sleep every time. Not a real fix, especially if you are using external USB drives (mine are eSATA). Another problem is that only 2 of the 8 rear USB ports on the board work with USB2 disabled. But I do believe that if someone tried the keyboard plugged into a USB1 hub, that it might work... as far as waking system from sleep. All this leads me to believe that the EHCI portion of the DSDT could be changed to resolve this. I have tried 4 or 5 different EHCI "fixes" and none have worked. But the answer is out there somewhere... I'll keep looking.
  7. UHCI/EHCI built in

    @Suri2001... I think you are on the right track. If we could get the keyboard recognized as USB1 I think that would fix the wake from sleep by keyboard issue. And I dont think that would affect the performance of the keyboard one bit (maybe devices plugged into the keyboards additional USB ports) but I dont use them anyways. Just a note... One the EP45-DS3L wake from keyboard worked OOB. I know its ICH10. I looked at that dsdt (with no USB patch), and there is nothing to help.
  8. no high speed usb for p5w dh deluxe

    Hmmmm.... Not much info there! How about some info on your setup. Hardware? Bootloader? Kexts? DSDT fixes tried? What USB devices are we talking about? The more info provided, the more people would be willing to provide help.
  9. UHCI/EHCI built in

    The fix will work on non-gigabyte boards. Yours devices may not be named USB0-USB5 and USBE and USE2. You just need to pay attention to the addresses. As far as waking from keyboard and mouse... Are you using an apple keyboard and mouse? They are not working...yet. Also, do all of USB ports show up as internal? UHCI and EHCI? If you post your dsdt.dsl I would be glad to take a look at it.
  10. UHCI/EHCI built in

    I am testing some different dsdt fixes for this. I too have an Apple aluminum keyboard that wont wake the system from sleep. My rocketfish apple mouse does though. If I find the right fix, I will add it to the original post.
  11. You shouldnt be sorry. You had the torrent listed on your domain. Not posted here. I dont see what the problem is. People flexing muscle I guess.
  12. Try adding another bootflag to your boot.plist(like <key>GUI</key>,<string>N</string> or any other one you want, that way you can tell for sure that rc3 is loading from that boot.plist. Also,I'm pretty sure that adding graphics mode to the boot.plist will only change resolution for the boot graphics, not once you are at your desktop. Cant be much more help as I added my graphics info to my dsdt a while ago, and dont use device properties in my boot.plist with snow. Good luck and let us know what fixes your problem.
  13. Installing on one hard dirve

    Inside the extra folder should be two folders 10.5 and 10.6 you just need to put the mkext (not kexts) for each in their respective folders.
  14. It will be a little while before we see a guide specifically for the i5, as it was just launched. There are some guides here in the forum for i7. But Installation will be pretty much the same for all the gigabyte boards. Restore install dvd to usb stick with chameleon and netkas 10.1. You should only need like 4 kexts in the extra folder. fakesmc, openhaltrestart, platformuuid and nullcpupm.(Maybe sleepenabler if you have problems with that). Installing macOSX has never been easier than Snow Leopard.
  15. UHCI/EHCI built in

    Try it with this patch: DSDT.aml.zip