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If you change in your DSDT the length to 0x08, instead of 0x02, you will get:

pmset -g rtc

raw bytes: 0x00000000 0x00000000
PM Byte = On (0x00)
LW Byte = OK (0x00)

aah, okay :-)

 

please send me your ssdt, where _PSS method is included...

remove the plugin-type code, and i send you the modified ssdt

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If you change in your DSDT the length to 0x08, instead of 0x02, you will get:

pmset -g rtc

raw bytes: 0x00000000 0x00000000
PM Byte = On (0x00)
LW Byte = OK (0x00)

aah, okay :-)

 

please send me your ssdt, where _PSS method is included...

remove the plugin-type code, and i send you the modified ssdt

this i my whole SSDT and DSDT Patched folder _PSS Method is in ssdt-1 and Name in ssdt-2

 

thanks

patched.zip

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If you change in your DSDT the length to 0x08, instead of 0x02, you will get:

pmset -g rtc

raw bytes: 0x00000000 0x00000000
PM Byte = On (0x00)
LW Byte = OK (0x00)

yes, I`ve got the same RTC results - errors on my desktop and dv9040 where everything works fine so that is not an issue

 

add the attached ssdt-6 to your patched folder and see if you get errors, and if x86platformplugin loads

more or less the same - no pstates and cstates and:

19/02/2014 19:18:57.000 kernel[0]: X86PlatformShim::sendStepper - Stepper dictionary from plist is NULL!
19/02/2014 19:18:57.000 kernel[0]: X86PlatformShim::start - Failed to send stepper

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Try this one!

Ramalama I dont think we will get anywhere with this, from what I read about X86Platform kext it needs to be loaded to have pstates working on computers with Ivy bridge. And my pstates and cstates are already working and doubt my laptop got Ivy bridge on it.

What do you know about X86Platform ? Why do you think it should be loaded on my system ?

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Hey Ramalama,

Thanks for all the links and help, doing more research & testing now

one question: do you use HWMonitor on your notebook with 10.9.1 ? Im checking my desktop now with i7 CPU and Pstates are jumping from min to high only, x86platformplugin not loaded

How does it work on your i7 with x86platformplugin ?

 

thanks

s

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Here is mine:

 

pmset -g rtc
 
Error: Read RTC power bytes error = -536870206
RTC bytes unavaiable/invalid: Error 0xe00002bc.
raw bytes: 0x00000000 0x00000000
PM Byte = On (0x00)
LW Byte = OK (0x00)

pmset -g powerstate

      Driver ID  Current State  Max State  Current State Description
IOPMrootDomain              3          3  ON
AppleFDEKeyStore            1          1  ON
AppleACPIPCI                3          3  ON
AppleIntelFramebuffer       2          2  USEABLE
AppleIntelFramebuffer       2          2  USEABLE
AppleIntelFramebuffer       2          2  USEABLE
AppleBacklightDisplay       3          3  USEABLE
AppleIntelFramebuffer       2          2  USEABLE
AppleIntelFramebuffer       2          2  USEABLE
AppleIntelFramebuffer       2          2  USEABLE
AppleIntelFramebuffer       2          2  USEABLE
AppleIntelFramebuffer       2          2  USEABLE
AppleIntelFramebuffer       2          2  USEABLE
AppleIntelMEIDriver         1          1  ON
AppleMEClientController     1          1  USEABLE
AppleUSBEHCI                4          4  USEABLE
AppleUSBEHCI                4          4  USEABLE
AppleUSBHub                 4          4  USEABLE
AppleUSBHub                 4          4  USEABLE
AppleUSBHub                 4          4  USEABLE
AppleUSBHub                 4          4  USEABLE
AppleUSBHub                 4          4  USEABLE
AppleUSBHub                 4          4  USEABLE
AppleUSBHub                 4          4  USEABLE
AppleUSBHub                 4          4  USEABLE
AppleHDAController          2          2  USEABLE
AppleHDADriver              1          1  USEABLE
IOPCI2PCIBridge             3          3  ON
IOPCI2PCIBridge             3          3  ON
IOPCI2PCIBridge             3          3  ON
IOPCI2PCIBridge             3          3  ON
AppleUSBEHCI                4          4  USEABLE
AppleUSBEHCI                4          4  USEABLE
AppleUSBHub                 4          4  USEABLE
AppleUSBHub                 4          4  USEABLE
AppleUSBHub                 4          4  USEABLE
AppleUSBHub                 4          4  USEABLE
AppleUSBHub                 4          4  USEABLE
AppleUSBHub                 4          4  USEABLE
AppleUSBHub                 4          4  USEABLE
AppleUSBHub                 4          4  USEABLE
IOUSBHIDDriver              4          4  USEABLE
IOUSBHIDDriver              4          4  USEABLE
IOUSBHIDDriver              4          4  USEABLE
IOUSBHIDDriver              4          4  USEABLE
IOUSBMassStorageClass       1          1  USEABLE
AppleLPC                    1          1  USEABLE
AppleAHCI                   2          2  USEABLE
IOAHCISerialATAPI           1          1  USEABLE
AppleSMBusControllerICH     1          1  USEABLE
AppleSmartBatteryManager    1          1  ON
AppleRTC                    2          2  None
AppleSMC                    1          1  USEABLE
IODisplayWrangler           4          4  USEABLE
ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin     1          1  USEABLE

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Hey Ramalama,

Thanks for all the links and help, doing more research & testing now

one question: do you use HWMonitor on your notebook with 10.9.1 ? Im checking my desktop now with i7 CPU and Pstates are jumping from min to high only, x86platformplugin not loaded

How does it work on your i7 with x86platformplugin ?

 

thanks

s

 

Its different which smbios i use:

MBA6,2: x8, x28, x29, x30, x31, x32

MBP11,2: x8, x17, x28, x29, x30, x31, x32

 

Thats normal, with xcpm there are not all steps used... on real MacBooks there is the same:-)

look in this thread:

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/293503-haswell-early-reboot-mavericks-locked-msrs-and-hp-envy-15-j063cl-i7-4700mq/

 

The steps are different on smbios and CPU that you use...

 

Cheers :-)

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Its different which smbios i use:

MBA6,2: x8, x28, x29, x30, x31, x32

MBP11,2: x8, x17, x28, x29, x30, x31, x32

 

Thats normal, with xcpm there are not all steps used... on real MacBooks there is the same:-)

look in this thread:

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/293503-haswell-early-reboot-mavericks-locked-msrs-and-hp-envy-15-j063cl-i7-4700mq/

 

The steps are different on smbios and CPU that you use...

 

Cheers :-)

Ok, I thought x86platformplugin makes pstates behave different, thanks.

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