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Kaar

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  1. I managed to get sound up and running (mostly) well using toleda's patch from here, but after installing, I'm running into a bit of an annoyance. The primary output is detected as an Internal Speaker, and when I use it, I do get sound, but it's incredibly quiet. I have to max out my speakers to their greatest volume to hear it at "regular" volume, and the only way I can find to fix it is to plug my speakers into one of the other ports (for example, the center/subwoofer port) and designate the associated Line Out option as the default audio output. This works beautifully in OS X and allows it to play things at the expected volume, but booting back into Windows, it's treated as the subwoofer/center port, rather than a stereo audio port. Is there any way to fix the "Internal Speaker" option to provide regular levels of volume? If it helps, I'm using the ALC1500 codec (Layout 1). My board is an MSI Z97 Series 5.
  2. Is it normal to get graphics tearing with the anv kernel? I'd been having some issues with graphics working at all, but even after I've gotten it up and running (apparently with QE/CI), there are constant graphics tearing and artifacts, especially with icons and when resizing and opening windows and the dock. It's especially bad with Safari, which straight up goes dyslexic. A few screenshots are attached. If it helps, my system specs are: AMD Phenom II x4 965 ASUS M4A79T Deluxe ATI Radeon HD 5770 6GB RAM
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    DSDT help with Acer Aspire 5750-6636

    Any help?
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    DSDT help with Acer Aspire 5750-6636

    Hm, alright, I went through and swept up the errors it gave as well as remarks. It compiles cleanly now, and I've added the devices it needs for GenericBrightness.kext, but otherwise, I simply aimed to stop compiler errors/remarks. It still fails to sleep, though. I've installed InsomniaX and simply disabled sleep entirely through that so as to avoid it trying to go to sleep and getting stuck like it does every time. Any fixes would be appreciated, though. DSDT.dsl.zip
  5. Heya. I got my Acer Aspire 5750-6636 up and running fairly well. I've got graphics up and running with the Macbook Pro 8,1 system description, sound's working as well, got wireless with a kext for my Atheros 9287 card, and keyboard/trackpad working. I've yet to test my mic, but in the Sound Preferences, it appears to be picking up audio. Even my function keys appear to be working. However, there are still a few outstanding issues. Sleep doesn't work. The screen goes black, I assume it begins to write a hibernate image (there's an image header error in Chameleon when I reboot), but it stops there. The screen remains black, LED indicators remain lit, etc. It stays like this until I power it off manually. I don't have the ability to adjust brightness. The screen remains on 100% brightness, which is murdering my battery. From what I can tell, these are ACPI issues. I used the DSDT editor to extract my DSDT, but I'm not really sure what to do from here. Can I get any help with this? I attached my DSDT.dsl to this post. Any help would be appreciated. Specs: Intel Core i3 2310M Built in HD Graphics 3000 4 GB DDR3-1066 RAM Atheros 9287 Wireless Adapter (PCIe) Chipset: Intel HM65 Express DSDT.dsl: http://cl.ly/3Q0h3p310g0z2D3G1h0A
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    DSDT Compilation Errors

    Alright, I appear to have solved the most pressing syntactic problems. After a LOT of rearranging, framing some If sections in dummy _INI methods, and a few other things along those lines, the IASL compiler accepts it. however, I still get a lot of warnings... Intel ACPI Component Architecture ASL Optimizing Compiler version 20100702 [Jul 19 2010] Copyright (c) 2000 - 2010 Intel Corporation Supports ACPI Specification Revision 4.0a /cygdrive/g/modded-dsdt.dsl 3803: Acquire (ECMU, 0x5000) Warning 1105 - Possible operator timeout is ignored ^ /cygdrive/g/modded-dsdt.dsl 3823: Acquire (ECMU, 0x1388) Warning 1105 - Possible operator timeout is ignored ^ /cygdrive/g/modded-dsdt.dsl 3824: Acquire (MLMU, 0x1388) Warning 1105 - Possible operator timeout is ignored ^ /cygdrive/g/modded-dsdt.dsl 3845: Acquire (ECMU, 0x1388) Warning 1105 - Possible operator timeout is ignored ^ /cygdrive/g/modded-dsdt.dsl 3846: Acquire (MLMU, 0x1388) Warning 1105 - Possible operator timeout is ignored ^ /cygdrive/g/modded-dsdt.dsl 4012: Acquire (ECMU, 0x1388) Warning 1105 - Possible operator timeout is ignored ^ /cygdrive/g/modded-dsdt.dsl 4082: Acquire (ECMU, 0x1388) Warning 1105 - Possible operator timeout is ignored ^ /cygdrive/g/modded-dsdt.dsl 4544: Method (SCMN, 1, NotSerialized) Warning 1088 - Not all control paths return a value ^ (SCMN) /cygdrive/g/modded-dsdt.dsl 4978: Method (VGET, 1, NotSerialized) Warning 1088 - Not all control paths return a value ^ (VGET) /cygdrive/g/modded-dsdt.dsl 5004: Store (VGET (Local0), Local1) Warning 1093 - Called method may not always return a value ^ /cygdrive/g/modded-dsdt.dsl 10411: Acquire (MUTE, 0x03E8) Warning 1105 - Possible operator timeout is ignored ^ /cygdrive/g/modded-dsdt.dsl 10425: Acquire (MUTE, 0x03E8) Warning 1105 - Possible operator timeout is ignored ^ /cygdrive/g/modded-dsdt.dsl 10440: Acquire (MUTE, 0x03E8) Warning 1105 - Possible operator timeout is ignored ^ /cygdrive/g/modded-dsdt.dsl 10455: Acquire (MUTE, 0x0FFF) Warning 1105 - Possible operator timeout is ignored ^ /cygdrive/g/modded-dsdt.dsl 10469: Acquire (MUTE, 0x03E8) Warning 1105 - Possible operator timeout is ignored ^ /cygdrive/g/modded-dsdt.dsl 10484: Acquire (MUTE, 0x03E8) Warning 1105 - Possible operator timeout is ignored ^ /cygdrive/g/modded-dsdt.dsl 10499: Acquire (MUTE, 0x03E8) Warning 1105 - Possible operator timeout is ignored ^ /cygdrive/g/modded-dsdt.dsl 10556: Method (TGET, 1, NotSerialized) Warning 1088 - Not all control paths return a value ^ (TGET) /cygdrive/g/modded-dsdt.dsl 10600: Method (FGET, 1, NotSerialized) Warning 1088 - Not all control paths return a value ^ (FGET) /cygdrive/g/modded-dsdt.dsl 10668: Store (TGET (Local0), Local1) Warning 1093 - ^ Called method may not always return a value /cygdrive/g/modded-dsdt.dsl 10701: Store (FGET (Local0), Local1) Warning 1093 - ^ Called method may not always return a value /cygdrive/g/modded-dsdt.dsl 14732: Add (Local1, 0x80) Warning 1106 - Result is not used, operator has no effect ^ /cygdrive/g/modded-dsdt.dsl 15636: Method (WMAA, 3, NotSerialized) Warning 1088 - Not all control paths return a value ^ (WMAA) ASL Input: /cygdrive/g/modded-dsdt.dsl - 16845 lines, 478945 bytes, 6448 keywords AML Output: /cygdrive/g/dsdt.aml - 59301 bytes, 1395 named objects, 5053 executable opcodes Compilation complete. 0 Errors, 23 Warnings, 0 Remarks, 79 Optimizations (END) I've attached the DSDT.dsl. It's messy; after a while, I stopped bothering with indentation. Notepad++ would freeze due to the long undo history... But yeah, any help ironing out these wrinkles? modded_dsdt.zip
  7. Well, after tinkering around for a while, I hit a wall. I got it to get less than 200 errors, but this particular one is beyond me. It's from running under Ubuntu, copying /proc/acpi/dsdt, then decompiling it. I've included the original dsdt.dsl along with the one I got to get further, but I'm not sure what it is. Logs are included as well. (Note: I know this lacks any specific 'patching', but I want to get it debugged before I start modifying it for Leopard-specific fixes.) My motherboard's an ASUS M4A79T Deluxe. North Bridge is AMD 790FX, South Bridge is AMD SB750. Anyone know how to fix these errors it spouts? dsdt.zip
  8. I've tried a few Leopard (and Snow Leopard) installers, and most of them just end up resetting. I'm not sure how to get this working. I got iDeneb to install on an old laptop of mine, and that worked fine, save for networking and crappy graphics, but my new box won't even boot. These are my specs: CPU AMD Phenom II X4 965 Deneb 45nm Technology RAM 6.0GB Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 668MHz 9-9-9-24 Motherboard ASUSTeK Computer INC. M4A79T Deluxe (AM3) Graphics NS-LCD22-09 @ 1680x1050 ATI Radeon HD 5700 Series Hard Drives 1465.14GB SAMSUNG SAMSUNG HD154UI ATA Device (SATA) 39.08GB Seagate ST340810A ATA Device (IDE) Optical Drives ATAPI iHAS124 Y ATA Device ATAPI iHOS104 ATA Device Audio ATI High Definition Audio Device Does anyone know what might be preventing it from booting?
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    Broadcom 5752M

    Hey all. I just recently installed iDeneb on a spare HDD, but to my dismay, the networking was completely broken. I'm stuck with a BCM5752M (which I've seen little speak of), and an iwl3945abg card, which is scarcely working (eagerly awaiting project camphor!). Anyways, I was wondering if there are any kexts/drivers/workarounds for the BCM5752 card, and if not, if there's any way someone can direct me to the beginnings of porting. I'm an ambitious developer, so I'd be happy to give porting some drivers a shot. So, yes, anyone out there got a bone to throw for me?
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