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ammar555

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  1. I will try shades with blue color to see if it makes a difference. If my eyes start hurting, I might end up getting option 2 from the list.
  2. I use this app, but It makes the screen look gray and its not good enough. I perfer a real soultion, here are my options. 1: Either I buy a different laptop that is more compatible (not everything will work) 2: Or I buy a Macbook to save me the headache (Expensive) 3: Or I buy an external display and adjust brightness from there (it limits me to indoor uses) 4: Or I find someone with DSDT experience to write one for my laptop What is more to be added to the list? I want to find the best solution out there.
  3. Thanks for changing the title, I hope I can still get answers to my problem. I promise returning the favor somehow directly or indirectly.
  4. I spent more than 3 months in a loop trying to fix these two problems, but so far there is no solution. I am exhausted trying to fix it on my own, I do not care if I have to donate money to solve these issues.
  5. Hello Guys! I am running my first Hachintosh [Mac Lion] fairly good, but I have a problem with the sleep and brightness. The sleep doesn't work, the screen goes black and remains black even if I try to wake it up. I have to shutdown my laptop manually to get back to the desktop. The problem with the brightness it is too high even if I lower it down to the very end. The brightness level remains 50 percent bright even while the slider is one step level from the end like below. My laptop is Aspire Acer 5750-9292 with Intel HD 3000 graphics only and Mac OS X 10.7.3 installed on it.
  6. I ended up re-installing Mountain Lion, but I might need this later if I ever face the same problem. I will delete the AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement after installation takes place. Thank you!
  7. Can you give me your path directory to the Extra Folder ? I will just replace your username with mine.
  8. I can't get to my desktop. I know my problem will be fixed if I delete my Extra folder, how do I do that? Everything was working until I created the extra folder with the files inside it. Thanks!
  9. I am getting a kernel panic which seems to be linked to AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement, this is a picuture off Google similiar to what I see. This problem happened after I created my Extra folder using Muti-Beast. Booting in any mode gives me the same kernel panic, how can I delete the files on my Extra folder or is there another way to fix it?
  10. I installed Mountain Lion, almost everything is working good speaking of wireless and graphics, but not the sound. Do I need to use [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] to get the audio working? If yes, which one do I select from the options for my system? I have tried few of them so far, but not success have been made. Laptop Specif: Acer Aspire 5750-9292 Intel HD Graphics 3000 Intel Core i7-2630QM
  11. Where do I keep the DSDT file?

    Thank you so much guys!
  12. I finished installing Mountain Lion on my laptop, now I want to add the DSDT file to the Extra folder, but there is no such folder. Where is the DSDT suppose to go? A screenshot of my Partition.
  13. I added a video to explain better, please read the notations. Thanks! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6qXv8_PShg
  14. When I'm on the desktop and I plugin my monitor to my laptop, nothing shows up on my monitor. But if I plug it to my laptop when it is booting up, I can see everything on my monitor up to the user login section. As soon as the user screen shows up, my monitor goes black. Why does this happen and how do I fix it? Thanks in Advance!
  15. I found a temporarily fix to the brightness issue. I don't call it a solution, but its just a trick to get the brightness under control for now. I am not an expert with DSDT editing or else I would have tried adding some codes as suggested in the website you provided, I just chose this easy way. I just deleted my DSDT file from my Extra folder, then I rebooted the laptop. While it was rebooting I decreased the brightness to the level desired with FN + Left/Right arrows. Since I deleted the DSDT file, the brightness level remained the same, before with the DSDT file, it would change itself. Anyway, I am not happy about this solution, but since I tried to fix it for more than half a month and I failed, I would rather move on. If you ever find a solution even after a year, know that I am waiting for a real fix. Thanks a lot to both of you!
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