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help patching MSI H67MA-E35 (B3) Latest and final bios 13.2

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Hi, i try to generate a patched DSDT.aml for my mother board.


The BIOS of my motherboard have a major update (v11 to v13) to support IVY bridge CPU. I'm currently using the latest v13


All the DSDT.aml that i found for my motherboard seems to be made on bios v11. What i'm seing using a DSDT Editor export on windows is far away from what i see opening net's DSDT.aml.


In addition all DSDT.aml found seems patched using the H67MA-E35. But apply this patch on my current export cause a lot of compile errors and DSDT Editor is unable to fix them. Booting with DSDT.aml found cause an immediate reboot during boot.


In attachement you will find an dsl export made using DSDT Editor under Windows (without patches).


Trying compilig this export (without patch) block with an error. If i use the DSDT Editor's fix errors feature, it compiles but using the generated DSTD.aml i have a crash: "Memory allocation failure in pci_io.c"

MSI_H67MA_E35_B3_13_2.zip

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i apply only generic patch


hdef layout (0C) 12


if u use other must change it


smbus

usb

xhci

irqs

lpc

rtc


any spcifc patch u need must apply it


good hack

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