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  1. Hi, Why not to use original code?: /*** Our _DSM if exists ***/ Method (_DSM, 4, NotSerialized) { Store (Package (0x04) /* increased by 2 */ { "built-in", Buffer (One) { Zero }, /* * * *********** new code *********/ "reg-ltrovr", Buffer (0x08) { /* 0000 */ 0x00, 0x04, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00 } /*****************************/ }, Local0) DTGP (Arg0, Arg1, Arg2, Arg3, RefOf (Local0)) Return (Local0) } Older systems (chipsets) may not support Latency Tolerance Reporting (LTR) mechanism. Ref. e.g. IOPCIFamily-196.3, 5-chipset-3400-chipset-datasheet, 200-series-chipset-pch-datasheet-vol-1 and 200-series-chipset-pch-datasheet-vol-2.
  2. Answer: Nothing except rolling old AppleACPIplatform.kext back. I got tired of doing it after almost ever update. I started to digging the problem. Discovered that original MacBookPro 6,1' ACPI (which my Samsung imitates) doesn't contain DMAR table (DMA Remapping table), newer Macs do have it. So I compared my DMAR and one from newer Mac, they are different of course. My conclusion: fix my DMAR to be accepted by Apple's OS or drop it. I choose dropping (my old Chameleon do it for me on Mavericks 10.9.5 boot (Bungo branch).zip). Now I can always have actual stock AppleACPIplatform.kext, no more npci or something. I hope it'll help.
  3. Thanks Micky no hurry, have nice Walk Like an Egyptian:)
  4. Ok, many thanks. Can you test my last commit (not fully synced with trunk but more bdmesg output)? THX
  5. Hi wartomato & Micky1979 Thanks for testing my branch. Would you mind sharing your fixes to my branch? BTW. I've just commited new code into my branch.
  6. Many thanks, Very strange. Do you use your setups as usually, I mean dsdt .plists etc.? I assume you can boot with latest trunk? My laptop panics with stock AppleACPIPlatform (if I remember since 10.8.5?) I found new bug related to finding Darwin Kernel Version string, if I boot 10.6.8 (32bit mode) with UseKernelCache=No, got random chars instead of Kernel Version string. I'll fix it as soon as possible. Hi, I don't know why you got that entry empty, you can report it on Chameleon Wizard topic. Anyway you can fill that empty entry simply by hand.
  7. Did you experience this: in trunk r2491 same here: in trunk r2510? In my case it was caused by remained files (probably after unsuccesful instalation) in .IABootFiles hidden foder on boot partition: and Chameleon's support that folder in stringTable.c. Simply commented it out fixed a problem temporarily: int loadSystemConfig(config_file_t *config) { char *dirspec[] = { "/Mac OS X Install Data/com.apple.Boot.plist", // OS X Installer (Lion 10.7) "/OS X Install Data/com.apple.Boot.plist", // OS X Installer (10.8+) //"/.IABootFiles/com.apple.Boot.plist", // OS X Installer "/Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/com.apple.Boot.plist", // com.apple.Boot.plist "/com.apple.recovery.boot/com.apple.Boot.plist" // OS X Recovery }; Please, try my branch boot file boot.zip THX No, you don't. Back to the post #2577 and read it carefuly.
  8. Hi, Is your SMBios.plist containing confidencial data so you decided to not share it? Until you provide us needed info of your configs I can't help you.
  9. Hi Fabio, I don't know what is your Extra, what there is in your Extra, what is your smbios in your Extra and what there is in your smbios in your Extra. Can you show me?
  10. Hi An orignal smbios dumps you can find on internet or use Chameleon Wizard to generate complete smbios.plist
  11. Hi Fabio "SOMESLRNMBR" string is used if you don't provide a serials in your smbios.plist in 3 cases SMserial, SMboardserial, SMchassisserial.
  12. Hi Fabio, Use PrivateData=No key in your o.c.B.p if you don't mind revealing your serials, uuid etc.. Comparing bdmesg to original (unpatched) smbios dump may give the answer. Ofcourse check related entry in your smbios.plist.