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[Guide] - Brightness Hotkey Remapping


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This is just a re-written instructional based on the posts mentioned below. The only difference between this guide and the rest is the pictorial presentation aimed for new hackintoshers (myself includ

the patches is done, check ur procedure

into method label _Q13 replace_content begin Store(HKNO, Local0)\n If (LEqual(Local0,7))\n {\n // Brightness Down\n Notify(\_SB.PCI0.LPCB.PS2K, 0x0405)\n }\n If (LEqual(Local0,8))\n {\n // Brightn

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Haunted me for a long time

You can tell me where the problem is?

I am a little lost here. So are Fn+F11/F12 or F11/F12 now working?


Lets remove some errors in with ACPI I see in your kernel. Hopefully, by addressing these errors will make your laptop work better.


Try to reboot with these files and extract new sendme.

 

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Does not work

Cannot enter when entering password

I am sure the password I entered is correct.

I think he should be a messy button


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fn+f11/f12 on working for this "3SSDTS"


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Too many renames, so he gave me this DSDT.aml

Brightness adjustment only occurs at fn+s/b, not at f11/f12

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Does not work

Cannot enter when entering password

I am sure the password I entered is correct.

I think he should be a messy button

I see. I was trying to load up Rehabman's Dell Keyboard from his voodoops2controller. Seems it messes the other characters, too.


I have no idea what to do at this point.


However, please use this DSDT and upload new sendme. It wont solve your fn keys tho.

 

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hi [ref]onemanosx[/ref], i would like to try remapping my brightness hotkey. currently mw hotkey for brightness up is Fn+P and brightness down is Fn+C, and i plan to remap them to F11(down) F12(up).

my question is : which dsdt that i need to patch for acpi debug and remap key? is it the one from system or the one on ACPI/patched, since now i already have patched dsdt.aml from you on ACPI/Patched

thanks for your help

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