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Ger Teunis

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  1. [TOTALLY VANILLA] Retail Snow Leopard

    Thanks for the reply. I always seem to get an error when using the DSDT patcher ./dsdt_fixed.txt 3085: "33DB4D5B-1FF7-401C-9657-7441C03DD766" Error 4095 - syntax error, unexpected PARSEOP_STRING_LITERAL ^ An AML file is created though, is this expected behaviour? Sorry for the questions, but I am new at this. Starting from a clean sleet using your tutorial! Ahh. Too bad, just inspecting the complete tutorial made clear this only works for a GUID partitioned HDD. Currently on an MBR. Thanks anyways.
  2. [TOTALLY VANILLA] Retail Snow Leopard

    Great tutorial. A question though, by dsdt-fixed.dsl Device (RTC) section looks completely different. Device (RTC) { Name (_HID, EisaId ("PNP0B00")) Name (_CRS, ResourceTemplate () { IO (Decode16, 0x0070, // Range Minimum 0x0070, // Range Maximum 0x01, // Alignment 0x08, // Length ) IRQNoFlags () {8} }) } Do I need to completely replace my Device (RTC) with the one you posted?
  3. Screen Wakeup Hack/Workaround

    Another real simple solution: Press power button on your computer, this will popup a screen on which you can choose shutdown, sleep etc. (not visible ofcourse because screen is still in stanby). Press letter S (for standby). The PC will go standby Press any key to wakeup computer et voila, the screen wakes up. ps> still searching for a real solution though. It seems that the nvidia driver is putting the screen to standby whatever setting I choose in power savings. The timeout is large, my OSX will first enable the screensaver and if I wait a lot longer it will go to standby.