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HP dv5 DSDT Compiling Problem

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HP dv5_dsdt.aml.zipHi everyone

I've been looking for any success in patching and compiling a DSDT for my mobo (specs below) for quite a very long time now, but have not find any, maybe my mistake.

If anyone could kindly direct me to where I can read about a similar case of dealing with this problem of being unable to compile the DSDT file as it always end up with errors and lots of warnings. I've used many applications to do this for me as I do not know enough to manually patch and compile the file. I tried Auto Patcher, DSDT Editor, DSDTSE and AutoFixer, the patches I was trying to apply are here http://Olarila.com/forum/patches.php, the usual patches for unlisted motherboards.

I would appreciate it very much if someone directs me to how I can solve this.

Thanks in advance.

To add some clarifications to this when I use DSDT Editor I try to apply the patches (Notebook Core 2 ICH9), I do not have a DSDT in my extra folder and start with extracting the DSDT successfully when I try to apply the patched either the ones included in the application or the downloaded ones from Olarila the file can not be compilied and the result is after fixing errors is 31 warnings they like this:

- Not all control paths return value (_HOT)

Integer required

- Same warning and requirement for (_CRT) and (_PSV)

- 4 lines with warning (_GTM)

Buffer required

- 8 Lines warning (_GTF)

Buffer required

- Last warning reads: statement is unreachable and no more info.

I am sure that it is important to see the whole file to be able to know which device and so I will try to upload it, and I also attached a picture of the warning list.

Thanks again.

HP Pavilion dv5

Mobile Core 2 Duo P7450

Motherboard: Quanta 3603

Chipset: Intel Cantiga PM45

Bios: Insyde Version: F21

Display: nVidia GeForce 9200M GS (512 MB)

Audio: Intel 82801IB HDA

Onboard: SATA AHCI

JMicron JMB38X Host Controller

Network: Realtek RTL8168C(P)/8111C(P)

Wireless: Intel WiFi 5100 AGN


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