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  1. Hello community! I searched everywhere, but couldn't find tables from one or both of these two macbooks, if someone here has these models, please, could you share the acpi tables with me? I really need them. Thanks
  2. I have a Lenovo M58p with Q45 chipset, Core 2 Duo E8400 and AMD HD 6450. I would like to use this as a media server Hackintosh. Most things work fine out of the box, except that I cannot get sleep to work at all. I use a custom built DSDT with Chameleon 2.3 r2538. I have tried all DSDT patches to fix sleep / wake issues I could find and none have worked. When I put the system to sleep, the fans stay on, monitor goes black, no cursor. Stays like that for about 8 minutes and then reboots. In an effort to fix sleep, I decided to give Clover a try. I applied many of the ACPI patches listed in Clover Configurator, saved the config.plist file to /EFI/CLOVER/config.plist and rebooted. I get to the clover bootloader menu and verify the options I selected are indeed still enabled, then I select my Yosemite install and boot. Once booted, I launched ioregistryexplorer and found that none of the options I had enabled were being applied. For example, I have AddMCHC checked in Clover Configurator and there is no MCHC device in ioregistryexplorer. I have AddDTGP checked, when I extract DSDT in MaciASL, no DTGP or MCHC. I tried adding my custom DSDT to /EFI/CLOVER/ACPI/patched/ and none of my customizations were applied. I have tried installing clover to EFI partition formatted fat32. I have tried installing clover to the same partition as Yosemite. I created a bootable clover flashdrive. I modified every setting in the bios. Nothing I have done has allowed clover to modify my DSDT table. I know that the system isn't the issue because loading my custom DSDT works fine in Chameleon. Has anyone run into an issue like this? Has anyone found a way to fix this issue? I also created an issue thread on Clover's Source Forge page for help. https://sourceforge.net/p/cloverefiboot/discussion/1726372/thread/82752507/
  3. Twml

    Mac 10.13.1 DSDT help needed

    I have an HP Elitebook 8460P running High Sierra 10.13.1 I'm trying to get battery status working and if I'm understanding it right I need to patch my DSDT.aml to get it working. I have attempted this and can't seem to get it to compile, always an error. Also i have managed to brick the system a few times attempting edits. I cant seem to figure it out I need to patch the DSDT to get battery status working even before patching, if attempting a compile with MaciASL I have 2 errors. Im fairly new to getting Mac running on Intel Based PCs. any help would be greatly appreciated. Attached is my DSDT.aml file pulled from: EFI/Clover/ACPI/origin/DSDT.aml generated by using clover bootloader help menu, via the F4 option. I used MaciASL to attempt the edits. using battery patches from here: https://github.com/RehabMan/Laptop-DSDT-Patch Is it possible for someone to patch the file for me, or is it something i have to do? As i said im fairly new to mac and would like to get this working DSDT.zip
  4. Hello. I've just installed OS X 10.11.3 El Capitan on my Dell Inspiron 15 5000 series laptop. I extracted the DSDT using Clover twice and both gave me the same compilation error. I have provided the second attempt at extracting the DSDT in this post. I have tried using MaciASL on my functional Yosemite hackintosh and the laptop itself. In all MaciASLs I've been using ACPI 5.0 and got the following errors: ERRORS 11851, 6126, syntax error, unexpected '}' 21545, 6126, syntax error, unexpected $end and premature End-Of-File RehabMan's laptop patch repository does not have fixes for these patches, and I've tried messing about with the lines and stuff but I have little DSDT editing experience and really didn't know what I was doing. No patches have been applied to the files provided. If I could be told how to fix these issues, that would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. DSDT.zip
  5. Hi all, So recently upgraded my motherboard and wanted to get USB3 working in Sierra. I am attempting to follow this guide here by @mfc88 (edit: can you tag users here?) : http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/313296-guide-mac-osx-1012-with-x99-broadwell-e-family-and-haswell-e-family/?p=2354822 However I am stuck at step 4 which asks you to map your ports to HSxx and SPxx.... edit update: My primary problem now (after MaLd0n helped me get SSP shoing in IOReg) is that when plugging in a USB3 device only one port maps to the SSP locations, none of the others do. When opening my DSDT in Rehabmans maciASL I see the HS01-HS14 and SSP1-SSP6 When looking under XHCI in IORegistryExplorer I still see HS01-HS14, but I only see SSP1-SSP2, this prevents me from mapping the USB3 ports, as they dont show up here - Solved - Thanks MaLd0n If I do a System Report and look in the USB 3 Bus for a location ID of a plugged in item I can find it, but if I search for this ID in IOReg it is not there. It is possible I have something else interfering as I used a EFI/Clover folder from someone else's build (he didn't have USB3 working either). However I have removed the FakePCIID kexts to work on this guide. The guide asks you to disable XHCI handoff, however OSX will not boot with this disabled and hangs at HDA Enabler in verbose, or if I remove HDA kexts at Thunderbolt runtime power conservation I can get SSP1 to activate - one of the USB ports maps to this, and when I have a USB3 device plugged into it it works at USB3 speeds. - There is a USB3.1 port which also works at USB3/3.1 speeds but does not show up under XHCI. I have wires plugged into both USB3 headers on the motherboard so I can check all ports. This motherboard also has a Renesas controller on it. I have attached my dsdt (from Clover f4) and clover .plist for reference, Any help or direction greatly appreciated DSDT_plist.zip
  6. Buongiorno, ho appena installato OS X 10.6.3, con iAtkos S3 V2, sul mio netbook NC110 (ho sostituito l'HD originale con un SSD 120GB samsung) e funziona tutto tranne il WiFi come già sapevo. I problemi che ho però sono 2, uno principale, l'altro secondario. Il problema principale è che il pc non riconosce più le USB 2.0 ma sono tutte 1.1 (fino a 12 Mb/s), ho provato a cercare su google, ho sostituito kext, ho eliminato kext insomma ho fatto tutto quello che alcuni forum consigliavano (a volte causando anche un bel kernel panic) ma non sono riuscito a smuovere la situazione. Forse la soluzione sarebbe cambiare qualcosa nel DSDT ma non ho proprio idea di come fare. Qualcuno può aiutarmi? Il secondo problema è secondario perchè avendo un BIOS bloccato già so che la risposta sarà negativa ma io chiedo comunque: ho visto che la vram condivisa per la graphic card è di soli 64MB... mi chiedevo c'è un modo per aumentarla almeno a 256? Grazie a tutti , Sklo
  7. Me he hartado a buscar información en inglés sobre los DSDT para configurar el mio propio, pero la información está tan fragmentada por todo internet que no me entero cómo proceder. Tengo instalado El Capitan, y con ##### he instalado los kexts de ethernet y de audio. Internet funciona, pero el audio no (Realtek ALC889). Desde Clover (pulsando F4) he extraído mi DSDT original, y con MaciASL he reparado todos los errores y advertencias buscando por Google hasta dejarlo supuestamente limpio. Pensé que con tener un DSDT sin errores era suficiente, y ahora me encuentro que es posible que haya que añadir más información o parches para que funcione correctamente, y aquí me pierdo... Me gustaría formatear de nuevo e instalar El Capitan sin ningún kext para probar si mi DSDT funcionaría (me gustaría tener un OS X lo más vanilla posible). Ahora que supuestamente tengo el DSDT corregido, ¿qué más tengo que hacer? ¿qué hago con mi DSDT? Mi PC: Placa: Gigabyte GA-Z68AP D3 (la BIOS no es UEFI) Procesador: Intel i5 2500k (Sandy Bridge) Gráfica: Asus GeForce GTX 570 RAM: 8Gb
  8. Martinor1064

    DSDT Probook 640g2 con errores

    Hola a todos, estoy instalando "El capitán" en una probook 640 g2 con procesador i5 6200u, con la gráfica integrada Intel 520, logre culminar la instalación, el audio, la gráfica y la tarjeta ethernet funcionan. Deseo parchar el DSDT para que funcione la retroiluminación y la batería, ya que no muestra el icono. Extraje la DSDT usando esta guía, use el método con refs.txt ya que tenia problemas con las referencias, culmine la extracción, pero me surgieron algunos problemas al compilar el DSDT sin modificación, tal vez alguien me puede ayudar con eso, ya que es la primera ves que llego tan lejos con un hackintosh, y si luego puede asesorarme con el tema de la batería y la retroiluminacion, lo agradecería mucho. Adjunto los DSDT tanto extraídos con el método de refs.txt como en formato .aml. Gracias de antemano. DSDT_Probook_640g2.zip
  9. Compatible with Sierra! Hey guys, I have created a script to auto-patch DSDT/SSDT's automatically with the given patches. Never use DSDT/SSDT's from another PC. Some details: Rest assured, this script will NOT in any way make any kind of change to your system! You do NOT need to run this script with "sudo"! At first i created this script for my purposes only, that is, patching tables extracted from linux. I use a modded BIOS and due to increased settings it was troublesome to patch tables again and again after changing "major" settings. This script is created for the fact that if you change some BIOS settings you will have to re-extract and re-patch the ACPI tables (a headache for modded BIOS users) so that you will have a patched DSDT specifically for your BIOS settings. What happens is for some settings you change in BIOS (like DVMT pre-alloc etc.) the result is reflected in your ACPI tables. So if you use someone else's DSDT there "may" be unexplained behaviours on your end coz both of your systems having different BIOS settings (not usually but with modded BIOS chances are significantly higher). Since clover can extract tables using "F4" at boot menu all you have to do is re-patch your extracted tables with necessary patches and this script will do that within seconds. So you have your system ready in 2 mins max. Now i am releasing this script to the public. I've changed many things now for public use. How to use it? Very simple! Clone my git repository with the following command: git clone https://github.com/intruder16/Y510p-OS-X.git OR if you do not have a working internet connection, go to https://github.com/intruder16/Y510p-OS-X download the repo as zip (option in down-right corner). Extract the zip. This will create a "Y510p-OS-X" folder with all the patches and autopatcher script (Y510p.sh). In a terminal navigate to the unpacked Y510p git data and execute the following: Make the script executable: chmod +x Y510p.sh Run the script ./Y510p.sh -t "target dir" By default it will patch all SSDT's BUT it will keep the bare minimum (only 3 SSDT's - Custom CPU, iGPU & dGPU) required for a working OS X. There's a new feature/option if you want to keep all SSDT's (OEM CPU related etc.). Add/pass an argument "-k" to the script to use it. Note : You can pass arguments (-t, -u, -k, etc) in any order you like ! For Example : ./Y510p.sh -k -t "target dir" or ./Y510p.sh -t "target_dir" -k or ./Y510p.sh -kt "target_dir" etc. To update to latest version : ./Y510p.sh -u For more options ./Y510p.sh -h The script will guide you through the process. NOTE-1: You must specify (--target/-t ) a target folder (containing extracted DSDT/SSDT's) NOTE-2: I'll highly advice you to check logs in "tmp/" after running the script. Watch the script in action here: http://showterm.io/648b3542686f04a9b03f7#slow Change-log: v1.1 : Initial Release (Stable - No errors) (17 Mar 2015) Internet check - the script will check for internet conn. if its available it will download all up-to-date patches required else it will use patches from "patches/" folder (i'll keep them up-to-date) Multiple runs - if you run the script more than once, you won't have to worry about previous leftovers they won't be overwritten simply copied to new folder inside "tmp/" like "tmp-1", "tmp-2" etc. Added "logging system" Added "patches check" Added choice for both Synaptics & ELAN Touchpad users (needed for brightness keys to work) Added choice for debug methods (DSDT, _WAK/_PTC, Qxx) Intelligent SSDT patching, that is, no matter how you extract acpi tables they will be patched always right. For ex. Every method has unique naming of ssdt's. If extracted from linux then ssdt1,ssd2,etc and ssdt6, ssdt7 & ssdt8 inside dynamic folder. If extracted using clover then ssdt-0, ssdt-1, ssd-2, ssdt3x, ssdt-4x etc. Now the script will look at the contents of SSDT and patch it with required patches. Added brief description at the start of script about what it is going to do. v1.2 (28 Mar 2015) : Cleanup -Removed Bogus SSDT's -Using "OS Check Windows 12" patch now (might help with native usb drivers) Added choice for "LID Sleep" Added choice for "Wake On USB" Added an option to use native CPU PM SSDT, but that's experimental and that's why disabled in script. v1.3 (12 Apr 2015) : Added "MCHC" patch (forgotten) patches updated for offline mode. v1.4 (21 Apr 2015) : Added new option (-k) to keep all SSDT's using only 2 OEM SSDT's (iGPU & dGPU) by default minor improvements/optimizations using "getops" now added new CPU SSDT for 10.10.3 & SMBIOS MacBookPro 11,2 v1.5 (06 Dec 2015) : Added support for El Caiptan 10.11 & above Added support for SmartTouchpad users for both Synaptic & ELAN touchpads minor improvements/optimizations v1.6 (08 Dec 2015) : Fixed USB patches for El Caiptan 10.11 & above Fixed a bug where DSDT won't compile if you did not chose to add "DSDT Debug Methods" but chose "WAK/PTS" or "EC Queries" Raised "tmp-1", "tmp-2" folder limit to "tmp-100" (previously upto "tmp-10") v1.7 (28 Sep 2016) : Fixed for Sierra 10.12.x Using IntelBacklight (faster) instead of ACPIBacklight patches. Use IntelBacklight.kext with it. minor improvements/optimizations Added optional clover hotpatch. IMP: (Only for El Capitan 10.11+ users) Don't forget to install FakePCIID.kext & FakePCIID_XHCIMux.kext (included in FakePCID zip) from here. NEW: A new clover hotpatch method is also added here. Credits: RehabMan : https://github.com/RehabMan/Laptop-DSDT-Patch Pike R Alpha : https://github.com/Piker-Alpha/ssdtPRGen.sh (For CPUSpeedStep SSDT patch) the-darkvoid : https://github.com/robvanoostenrijk/XPS9530-OSX (For the idea) For more info visit : https://github.com/intruder16/Y510p-OS-X If you would like to modify this script for your own purposes feel free to modify it, but if sharing publicly give credits! Any feedback and suggestions are appreciated. Enjoy.
  10. Hello all, I'm having some trouble trying to get sleep working on my laptop. The symptoms are as if there is no power management; upon attempting to sleep, the display will turn off but the laptop otherwise remains on. I have everything else working, including power management/speed stepping so I suspect its just DSDT issues from here (or I'm just forgetting something really key...). Ioreg (2.1) and DSDT are zipped and attached. Thanks! Archive.zip
  11. I have the macOS sierra 10.12.6 installed, I have graphs 1st generation installed the kexts following the guide http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/286092-guide-1st-generation-intel-hd-graphics-qeci/tengo but in some parts of the system I have some distortions from what I saw in the guide nobody had this problem. I think it may be the settings of my clover and dsdt that are not correct, I leave attached the dsdt extracted from the clover and the current clover settings. I also do not know if the power system is working properly because in sleep mode the screen does not turn black Config CPU: Core i5 460M Memory: 6 GB Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 1st + ATI Radeon 5470 1GB files.zip
  12. Hi Guys, I'm trying to install El Capitan on the following system: Processor: Intel Core i7 2600 Motherboard: Asus P8H77-M Storage: 120GB Samsung 840 Evo SSD / 500GB Seagate 7200RPM HDD Wireless: Asus PCE-AC66 PCI-E Wireless Card Graphics: Asus GTX 660 Ti DCII OC Edition I've managed to get graphics working okay previously, as well as WiFi, to some extent. My main problem is with the motherboard - I couldn't get USB 3 to work, or sleep, or speedstep, all features that I was under the impression DSDT patches and/or BIOS patches (both things I'm happy with doing if someone could help a little... please!) I'm not keen on using a patch that disables power management entirely, I'd rather use one that adds support, if that's possible. I only use Windows for the odd game when I'm not working, so transitioning to Mac OS X, with some degree of stability, is what I'm looking to do. Thank you in advance
  13. This applies not only to Yosemite but to all recent versions, but since these boards are much more active than the DSDT section, I'll post it here. I've recently struggled to make sleep work with my Z97MX-Gaming 5 and 4790K. It would sleep the first cycle, then instantly wake up on all subsequent cycles. On the kernel log, wake reason was "Wake reason: ?" which obviously does not help! Googling also doesn't do much because "?" can't be searched. But after some work I figured out how to make it all work. The biggest offender to this kind of thing is the peripheral interfaces, namely LAN and USB. Often there is a device that keeps waking the computer up; if you're using the Corsair Hydro series, the USB pump interface is one of these devices. It's common sense, but it's also the easiest to fix because all you need is some trial and error. Now, if that's not the issue (like me who only has keyboard, mouse, audio and some storage), there may be a rogue process that keeps waking the computer up. You can check verbose wake assertions and logs with: pmset -g assertions pmset -g log Assertions override the power management settings, which includes sleep. This does not strictly mean these processes will completely block sleep. For example, if you have a Time Machine backup running on a local hard drive and you set hard drives to spin down when idle, Time Machine will prevent idle spin down. It's nonetheless important to note assertions because it is, after all, a list of things that affect power settings. It is possible that you have your wake issues within the assertions. Logs print much more verbose information than the kernel log. You will see a wall of text, mostly of unimportant information regarding individual processes entering and waking from sleep mode. However, note that at the top of each section you will see entries without PID. These point not to processes but to the actual kernel activity, and these are the important bits. Even if your kernel log says "Wake reason: ?", you will find the exact reasons in the log. You will need to look for: Wake [CDNVA] due to PWRB XHC1/User: Using AC In my case, I have a working sleep configuration now, and I woke the computer using PWRB, or the power button. XHC1/User means it was either done through the USB 3.0 port or by the user itself, and since it didn't wake up by itself it's obviously me who woke it up. However, if you have issues, yours might look more like: Wake [CDNVA] due to GLAN EHC1 EHC2: Using AC In this case, GLAN (LAN), EHC1 and EHC2 (USB 2.0) woke the computer up. If you see GLAN, your computer may have woken up because of network issues. The most common setting that causes GLAN wake is "Wake for Ethernet Access" under the Energy Saver panel in System Preferences. Disable it. Concerning Dark Wake I was personally helping abn0rmal.pdx with his issue. His pmset -g log returned the following: 2015-06-13 08:45:58 +0300 DarkWake DarkWake [CDN] due to PXSX PXSX/: Using AC As you can see from the screenshot of my IOReg, PXSX is a generic device name for PCIe connected cards such as your Ethernet and my USB 3.0 PCIe card. NexHimself suggests that in some cases GLAN can be replaced by PXSX, but it is important to note that it's not always a network card. Therefore, before we go ahead and mess with device names in the DSDT, we need to focus on the actual wake mechanism. Note that the process that caused wake was "DarkWake." From what I can gather, dark wake is a state of half-sleep, half-wake, triggered by "Wake for Ethernet Access" which ends up breaking your sleep/wake. If you see this in your log, I suggest using the common boot flag of darkwake=0. It is also possible that RTC0 is among the reasons. If so, your computer is waking up because of an RTC alarm. This is a setting in the BIOS that you must disable for sleep, and you can find it in the power section of most BIOSes. There are some settings in Clover's configuration as well that affect RTC: AppleRTC under KernelAndKextPatches, Rtc8Allowed under ACPI/DSDT, and FIX_RTC_20000 and FixHPET_0010 under ACPI/DSDT/Fixes. You do not need Rtc8Allowed, and you most likely do not need Fix_RTC. Also, starting with Mavericks, you do not need FixHPET. Only enable AppleRTC if your CMOS resets after a wake or reboot. Rtc8Allowed is an proposed (snake oil? we don't know yet) method of fixing CMOS resets instead of patching AppleRTC.kext like the AppleRTC setting, and it does not really work. If you see EHC1, EHC2 and so on, USB 2.0 is waking the computer up. Again, this might point to actual devices plugged into the computer. However, it could also mean incorrect settings in your Clover config.plist. Only enable USB injection and FixOwnership if you need them. You should disable AddClockID and HighCurrent to rule out any extraneous causes regarding USB sleep issues. All wake reasons (GLAN, EHC1, etc.) are affected by DSDT settings. If you don't have one, you can find guides on how to extract yours. Let's take a look at the DSDT. DSDT Clover has a lot of settings in config.plist that affect the DSDT. The bulk of these settings are under the ACPI/DSDT/Fixes menu. Usually you do not need most of these settings, and it is sometimes safe to completely delete this entry. If you're still unsure about it, try to slim it down as much as you can. It's also useful to have all of these disabled except the ones you really need while editing your DSDT yourself. That way you know exactly how your DSDT affects your computer, and that it's not Clover that's causing issues. You sometimes need a _DSM injection which inserts device specific methods/properties that you see on your IOReg. Most of the time you do not need it, and when you do, Clover injection does this for you. It is advisable to keep it in Clover. However, there are cases where Clover injects them in the wrong places. A Z97/H97 series board may have a weird USB setup like mine and Clover was having a hard time finding the right USB device. Try moving the _DSM entry from the root hub (HUBN) to the actual device (XHC1 etc.) and vice versa. I was interested in enabling the high current mod, which is injected in the same place as the USB injection under the same _DSM entry. I moved the power settings (e.g. "AAPL,current-available") from the root hub to the actual ports (e.g. HS10 and SS04) for it to work. _PRW Each wake reason (GLAN, etc.) are "Device" entries in the DSDT, located in _SB.PCI0. Here I will use GLAN from my original DSDT as an example. Device (GLAN) { Name (_ADR, 0x00190000) OperationRegion (GLBA, PCI_Config, Zero, 0x0100) Field (GLBA, AnyAcc, NoLock, Preserve) { DVID, 16, Offset (0xCC), Offset (0xCD), PMEE, 1, , 6, PMES, 1 } and so on... Within each device, you have many "methods" that give the device properties. We're interested in the _PRW method, which controls power. If you've edited DSDTs before you will know this little bugger well. Method (_PRW, 0, NotSerialized) { Return (GPRW (0x0D, 0x04)) } There may be incorrect settings in your raw DSDT, as shown above. GPRW should return 0x09, 0x04. If your DSDT returns something else, that needs fixing. Method (_PRW, 0, NotSerialized) { Return (GPRW (0x09, 0x04)) } Apply this to each device that you saw in your pmset log. If an ACPI expert could enlighten us on exactly how _PRW works, that would be great. If you want some more detail on the Clover suggestions, check out the Clover wiki. If I forgot any tips, post your own! The more the better!
  14. Hi, I have been trying to follow @RehabMan 's guide to disable my dGPU ( https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/guide-disabling-discrete-graphics-in-dual-gpu-laptops.163772/ ) for two days now, but haven't found a way to disable my 1080 Ti on my desktop Clover hack. I have a dual-boot (Win/Mac) machine on a Z370 Aorus 7. Since there's no nvidia drivers for Mojave atm, I want to stick with the iGPU under Mac, but still use the 1080 Ti under Win. The hack boots just fine when I remove the 1080 Ti, if it's plugged in via PCIe I get a kernel panic. Please find attached my ACPI folder, my clover config.plist and the kernel panic details. Might there even be a less hacky way than patching these ACPI files? I appreciate any kind of support! Thanks! ACPI.zip config.plist systemReport.txt
  15. Update: Now running Mojave! Thanks to mojave2core! Yeah Still using C2D in 2019! Inserted a nice and cheap GT710 that is not relying on nVidias Webdrivers and runs OOB under Mojave. Nice, seeing High Sierra running on this old but capable system! It rocks with a new ASUS GT1030 Config: Gigabyte EP43-DS3L Core2Quad Q9300 6 GB DDR2 RAM Asus GT1030 2GB Sandisk SSD 128GB TP-Link AC1200 Wifi USB Inateck KT4006 USB 3.0 PCIe (No boot) SMBIOS: iMac14,1 Clover: 4297 4360 A good deal of DSDT editing was necessary to get this machine to boot High Sierra but finally it works flawlessly, even sleep and wake! You NEED to have the DSDT put in place for installation because otherwise macOS doesn't recognize the SATA ports. There are a few important BIOS settings: SATA hast to be set to AHCI and "native" and HPET has to be run "64-bit", I'd recommend to disable IDE and the serial and parallel port. For the GT1030 nVidia Webdrivers are needed, have to boot with nv_disable=1 until you have them installed. You have to install Clover in legacy mode because this old fella does not support UEFI. Only downside: The so often recommended Inateck USB-card isn't recognized by BIOS, so you cannot boot from it. It works perfectly within macOS though, have the ac-Wifi connected to it. config.plist.zip DSDT.aml.zip
  16. doppiobrodo

    p5qpl-am

    Hi all im on osx86 lion, and im having troubles writing my dsdt here is a pastebin ---> http://pastebin.com/8tG4xEdR can't get video working using dsdt (but it works using graphicenabler) can't find hdef/azal section in dsdt to replace it. btw audio not working using hdaenabler (working using voodoohda) other suggestions are good accepted to make my hackint0sh work perfectly. thanks all. dsdt.zip unpatched_dsdt.zip
  17. does anyone have a dsdt for the elitebook 8460p i5 2.5ghz hd3000? thanks jon
  18. Hi pals I have a M/B with nForce4 chipset, ALC655@AC97 on board, you can refer to the attached file to fetch dsdt.bin, dsdt.dsl, dsdt.aml. I have repaired COMS reset, UUID issues, now, 1. I'd like to edit dsdt to drive my sound card ALC655@AC97, on board, ID: 10de0059, I can't find HDEF or AZAL, even the adress of 0x001B0000, how and where to modify? ps.: I tried many versions of voodooHDA to drive, but failed. I also can't get codec under Linux(Ubuntu) 2. I'd like to edit dsdt to load AppleLPC.kext, and not to use nullAppleIntelpowermanagement.kext, however, I can't find the address of 0x001f0000, can anybody explain or show me the data?
  19. Hello. I reinstall my mackintosh into that same version but check that brightness control via key combinations doesn't work. I use this patch (https://github.com/RehabMan/HP-Envy-DSDT-Patch/blob/master/patches/keyboard.txt) that work before reinstall. How I can fix this ?
  20. Hi, I found a DSDT patch for my Asus P8P67 Deluxe from http://olarila.com/forum/packs.php. I used DSDT Editor to extract a DSDT file and patched it. When compiling it said there are 18 errors however I guess it fixed them automatically~ then I put the generated dsdt.aml file under /Extra. My question is: How can I tell the dsdt.aml is useful and working? If I have a working dsdt.aml, should I change anything in my system? (e.g. I remember in some cases when I install some kexts, it said if you do NOT have DSDT then you need to install some Enabler.kext. So am I supposed to remove those enabler extension now?) Thanks!
  21. Hi Im sitting since installing 10.7.3 since 2 days and the more I read the more confused I am As far as I know my hardware is good and ready for DSDT and run (almost) Vanilla with few tweaks here and there. I installed 10.7.3 through ###### (made a boot USB from Apple Store files) After installation however Graphics do not work (but this is another problem) My Questions are: What KERNEL FLAGS to use after the installation for P67 Sabertooth? The best method to create a working DSDT.aml file for P67 Sabertooth? What BIOS SETTINGS to use for a working DSDT.aml file? Which SETTINGS do I have to enable to have a working AppleCPU Power management in Chameleon? GenerateC1States? Yes / No? How can I be sure that DSDT.aml the auto patcher extracted and patched is ok for my BIOS version & settings? How can I correct my DSDT.aml (i know how to edit it but thats it) What are you working settings in BIOS for P67 Sabertooth? How does your DSDT.aml works for P67 Sabertooth? Any help will be appriecieted.
  22. A mudança para UEFI BIOS (U1b) em minha placa mãe gigabyte GAZ68MA-D2H-B3 deu certo. O Lion 10.7.4 sobe sem a necessidade de DSDT e SSDT com Speedstep. Porém alguns problemas acontecem: sem som e com vídeo básico de 3M. Existem muito poucos posts sobre o assunto e os que estavam discutindo estão fora do ar(?). Porém achei algo no Apple.life que indica o uso de uma nova DSDT, pois a antiga não serve mais. Baixei uma para minha placa com a bios correspondente e com PATCH já aplicado que ressuscita meu som e pci mas com a configuração de uma placa gráfica ATI. Tentei editar com os dados de meu DSDT antigo mas não consegui "compilar". Será que enviando em anexo as duas e meu IORegistry dá para fazer a nova com os dados de minha NVIDEA GTX550Ti? UEFI-BIOS.zip
  23. PiccioShow

    Saluti e domanda

    Salve a tutti Volevo chiedere se c'era una sezione specifica del forum italiano dove poter chiedere aiuto particolare per le tabelle dsdt, magari dove chiedere spiegazioni tecniche su "cosa si fa", più che su "come lo si fa". Grazie e buon hack!
  24. I use a dsdt.aml file to drive my graphics card on OSX 10.7.0. But this DSDT deosn't work on mountain lion.I've tried many method.But all of them failed. Method 1: put the old dsdt.aml in /Extra/------Chameleon -v start up,stuck at "PCI Configuration Begin" Method 2:use nvcap maker 1.4 to get the nvcap of my graphics card from the rom file,and use the OSX86 tools to generate the EFI-String,then add it to Chameleon.------get the right information about the graphics card in system report,but the resolution can not be changed, QE-CI didn't work,check the system report and I found NVDANV50Hal.kext NVResman.kext were not loaded Method 3:add hardware ID into NVDANV50Hal.kext info.plist------black screen on system startup Method 4:put the old dsdt.aml in /Extra/+add hardware ID into NVDANV50Hal.kext info.plist-----black screen again Method 5:add EFI-String+add hardware ID into NVDANV50Hal.kext info.plist-----the resolution can be changed,but QE-CI didn't work Method 6: I've got a IOPCIFamily.kext from another forum, put this kext in /Extra/Extensions helps with the "PCI Configuration Begin" problem.So I put it in /Extra/Extensions,then put the old dsdt.aml in /Extra.----the information about the graphics card was ok,the pci-slot information was also detected(in method 2 and 5,the pci---slot infromation was not displayed),but but the resolution can not be changed, QE-CI didn't work,check the system report and I found NVDANV50Hal.kext NVResman.kext were not loaded. So after this I add hardware ID into NVDANV50Hal.kext info.plist again,unfortunately,black screen again. My Systerm Dell Alienware M17X laptop CPU:Q9100 Quad-core Chipset: NVIDIA MCP79 RAM:4GB DDR3 1333 x2 Harddisk: Samsung 830 SSD 128GB+ WD 1TB Harddisk Graphics: NVIDIA 9400M G Integrated Graphics(shut off in BIOS settings before start Mac OS system) NVIDIA GeForce GTX260M x2 (SLI,but this shouldn't cause any problem,in Mac OS,only one of them is used,the other one should be igored automaticly) Kext in Extra/Extensions:AppleACPIPS2Nub.kext ApplePS2Controller.kext FakeSMC.kext IOAHCIBlockStorageInjector.kext NullCPUPowerManagement.kext OpenHaltRestart.kext PlatformUUID.kext Chameleon_2.1svn_r2028_trunk DSDT problem.zip There are 4 items in the attach fils---the old dsdt.aml which works fine in OSX 10.7.0,the information list of IORegistryExplorer,the ROM file of GTX 260M Graphics Card and the acpi_dsdt.bin file(I get this from the system information software Everest). http://www.dell.com/...ware-m17x?s=dhs And the BIOS file of my laptop can be downloaded here. So I am sorry that I have to ask a favour of anyone, with the hope that he/she will help me to fix the dsdt file to make it effective in mountain lion. (Sorry for my poor English,English is not my native language.)
  25. WaldMeister

    Disable NVidia GPU Dell 7720

    Hi, I've been working on disabling the Nvidia GPU by DSDT edit. There is no actual guide for this, i used information from this topic to make the edits myself: http://www.projectosx.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=2315 Everything is in place, well, i think, but the GPU still shows up in the System Profiler. The DSDT is a mess at the moment, sorry for that, but it works Can someone have a look at it, and possibly correct the error, also provide the information on what went wrong, for future reference? Thanks in advance. DSDT.aml.zip
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