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Join Date: Apr 2010
05-06-2010, 04:11 PM
DSDTSe is a nice little app. (Google it and you'll find it). What I like about it is that it is very user friendly, but doesn't do things automagically - instead it uses lists of drop down fix and hack suggestions that if you want to try them you cut and paste in. It has an easy button for extracting the DSDT from your machine, and combines it all with a good editor. It also has the compiler built in so you don't have to keep doing the iASL stuff every two minutes....
I used this loads when doing DSDT changes to make my Zotac desktop machine Snow Leopard friendly.
While it is not a "do everything for you" application it really does make you learn things so you understand what you are actually doing.
One thing to always remember though is that to find your true machine DSDT (i.e. the unpatched one) you must start the machine up without using DSDT injection - i.e. if the bootloader you are using already has a DSDT in it, then when you extract your DSDT all you really get back is the one that was loaded by the Chameleon bootloader. That can be an issue if your machine won't actually run Snow Leopard without a DSDT.......in that case you'd have to resort to grabbing your unpatched DSDT from Linux or Windows. Hope that makes sense!!!
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