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Re: DellEFI 1.1 beta 3 take 4 - 03-08-2009, 03:21 AM
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Re: DellEFI 1.1 beta 3 take 4 - 03-08-2009, 06:52 AM
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Re: DellEFI 1.1 beta 3 take 4 - 03-08-2009, 07:18 AM
Everyone is so paranoid. Calm down, so long as we aren't openly condoning piracy, we're golden. We don't have to seek and destroy..
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Re: DellEFI 1.1 beta 3 take 4 - 03-08-2009, 09:00 AM
installed beta 3 take 4. Only ran it for about 5 minutes but the cycle count is now at a believable 69. Will test amperage draw readings on monday
thanks for the hard work.
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Re: DellEFI 1.1 beta 3 take 4 - 03-08-2009, 02:15 PM
So you disable wireless, you put the mini to sleep, you resume and then try to enable wireless... right?
OK, I tried the sequence above and all is fine for me... so must be something wrong with your dsdt.aml. You should use DellEFI to delete the custom dsdt.aml, reboot and run DellEFI to generate a new one.
One thing I noticed is that sometime generating a new dsdt.aml file from a system that happen to run an existing one may result in a worst result. What happen is that the dsdt patch process use the currently patched dsdt.aml from memory and not a virgin copy from the bios... the only way to do it right is to start from a system where not patch was applied and then patch that virgin system.
Give this a try and see if it fix your issues.
Also, what version of the BIOS are you using? Make sure you run version A03 or A04 as this is what DellEFI 1.1 is designed for and support for other older version is not officially provided.
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Re: DellEFI 1.1 beta 3 take 4 - 03-08-2009, 03:11 PM
But you are 100% right, the basic premise here is that you have legal copies of everything you are installing with dedicated licenses for your Mini 9. Apple's Family Packs are a very good deal and can save you a lot of licensing headaches...
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