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I am a noob to OSX86 scene. However, I really enjoyed installing both Snow Leopard and Mountain Lion on my Toshiba T230-01H laptop (Personally, I prefer SL). Along the way, I learned a lot of stuff which resulted to setting up a great OS. However, it's not perfect.

The laptop is running on Intel Pentium but you have to note that, I CAN use SL without NullCPUPowerManagement kext. Now I need your help: The CPU produces so much heat and it's working with all horse power icon_lol.gif I want it to run healthy and as smooth as my Windows and Linux do... Can someone please fix DSDT and SSDT for me? I guess it's called speedstepping, eh? 

I have uploaded my DSDT.dsl and SSDT.dsl. (I had to zip them as forum didn't allow me to upload) What things should I consider? If someone can point me to right direction, I'd appreciate.

Also, sleep and hibernate don't work either. When I issue sleep/hibernate, it comes back to black screen!!! :(

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So just to add on top of my first post, when booting I can see that AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext is initialized.

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I am a noob to OSX86 scene. However, I really enjoyed installing both Snow Leopard and Mountain Lion on my Toshiba T230-01H laptop (Personally, I prefer SL). Along the way, I learned a lot of stuff which resulted to setting up a great OS. However, it's not perfect.

 

The laptop is running on Intel Pentium but you have to note that, I CAN use SL without NullCPUPowerManagement kext. Now I need your help: The CPU produces so much heat and it's working with all horse power icon_lol.gif I want it to run healthy and as smooth as my Windows and Linux do... Can someone please fix DSDT and SSDT for me? I guess it's called speedstepping, eh? 

 

I have uploaded my DSDT.dsl and SSDT.dsl. (I had to zip them as forum didn't allow me to upload) What things should I consider? If someone can point me to right direction, I'd appreciate.

 

Also, sleep and hibernate don't work either. When I issue sleep/hibernate, it comes back to black screen!!! :(

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Thank you HUSABER.

I used the patched DSDT but problem is still there. Sleep -> immediately wake up -> black screen. But OSX is clearly responsive, as I can turn on LED on keyboard, and I can even magically restart by doing this: Ctrl + F2 (go to apple icon) > press down arrow key 6 times to come down to select Restart (as I can't see anything!) > Enter > Tab > Enter.

 

What patches have you applied? Can you please apply most common ones for me, like SSDT, SpeedStep, etc. as the CPU gets too hot.

Thanks a looot :)

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