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AppleACPIBatteryManager/AppleSmartBatteryManager For Lion

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Thanks for your advice

here i attached both of files

 

Best Regards

You have two battery managers installed (voodoo and this one). Might not be a good idea. Also debug version is not installed.

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Hi

 

I'm have a problem with my battery status. I don't know why mavericks show that my battery charge status is in 114%.

 

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¿How i can fix this? I attach my DSDT and IOREG. Tha

 

Greetings

The problem is in your DSDT. Note that MaxCapacity is 3846, CurrentCapacity is 4400. Current/Max=114%.

 

Is the DSDT you're using patched from your own native DSDT, or have you made the classic mistake of using a DSDT from another computer?

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The problem is in your DSDT. Note that MaxCapacity is 3846, CurrentCapacity is 4400. Current/Max=114%.

 

Is the DSDT you're using patched from your own native DSDT, or have you made the classic mistake of using a DSDT from another computer?

 

I extract the DSDT in this computer with AIDA in windows. It's my own DSDT native. I follow the guide of this topic, maybe i do something wrong....

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I extract the DSDT in this computer with AIDA in windows. It's my own DSDT native. I follow the guide of this topic, maybe i do something wrong....

Probably you patched it incorrectly then.

 

Or you're using an old battery kext with bugs...

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Probably you patched it incorrectly then.

 

Or you're using an old battery kext with bugs...

 

I will check my patched again.

 

For the kext, i think maybe this is the problem, because i use an old kext call ACPIBatteryManager. What kext do you recommend me?

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