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Chameleon doesn't read DSDT

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I have an issue I've been trying to figure out. Chameleon seems to ignore the dsdt.aml in /Extra when I'm booting from internal drive. If I boot with this chameleon, I get a black screen on boot since my DSDT has my gfx card info in it. If I force it to GraphicsEnabler=true, I can boot the system. However no sound, becasue that is in the DSDT too. I have a backup boot device that (external hd), when use, and booted with -v I can see it loading the DSDT, everything after using this everything works fine. You can see my conundrum. I don't want to have to haul around my external HD to get my machine to boot!

 

Anyone have the slightest idea?

 

(yes both have the same org.Chameleon.Boot)

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What version of chameleon are you using ? Also, did you add the ACPI codec in the installed modules for chameleon ? If so, Create a folder in Extra and name it Acpi , then copy your DSDT.aml inside.

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EDIT: The Acpi/dsdt.aml works

 

Thanks slayer. I was unaware that installing that module caused that. Live an you learn, thanks for helping speed along the latter!

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EDIT: The Acpi/dsdt.aml works

 

Thanks slayer. I was unaware that installing that module caused that. Live an you learn, thanks for helping speed along the latter!

 

No problem dude, i suffered from that problem before, so of course im sharing my bad experience :help:

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