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Scorxcho

Please Help Me Edit DSDT?

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Hello,

 

I was wondering if any kind souls out there would be nice enough to apply some hacks and such to help me optimize my DSDT file.

 

I would appreciate it so much! That would be amazing...

 

Download link:

 

http://bit.ly/jHtE87

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Thanks for the quick response! :)

I have no idea what motherboard I have, because it's an OEM part.

I wish I could know the exact name...

But I uploaded those files you asked! Thanks ;)

send_me.zip

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Thanks for the quick response! :)

I have no idea what motherboard I have, because it's an OEM part.

I wish I could know the exact name...

But I uploaded those files you asked! Thanks ;)

dsdt.Scorxcho.zip

 

remove EvOreboot and NullCPUPowerManagement

Use Chameleon RC5

add in boot.plist

<key>GeneratePStates</key>
<string>Yes</string>
<key>GenerateCStates</key>
<string>Yes</string>

 

REBOOT -V

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Ok thanks a million! I really appreciate the help! :D

You're Welcome

 

Let me know whether it is working or not.

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What are some tests I can do in order to see if it's fully working?

Shutdown, sleep, update...

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Shutdown and update work perfectly.

 

Sleep seems to work fine until I try to wake it up.

When I wake it up, the machine turns on, but I have a black screen.

Is there any way to fix this?

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Shutdown and update work perfectly.

 

Sleep seems to work fine until I try to wake it up.

When I wake it up, the machine turns on, but I have a black screen.

Is there any way to fix this?

 

I think your mobo is asus

look it

p5gcmxusbwakeup.jpg

many users solve the problem this way

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Ok I'll be sure to try that, thanks!

 

But recently I just had a kernel panic!

Is there a log or something I can send you, so you can find the cause?

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Ok I'll be sure to try that, thanks!

 

But recently I just had a kernel panic!

Is there a log or something I can send you, so you can find the cause?

use -v

post a photo

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It will boot up just fine, but after a while of using the system, I get a kernel panic ;)

this will show you what is causing the KP on the desktop

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