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  1. Hi, Just wondering why the Wiki shows the D430 as compatible to EDP 1.9 in bold with other machines showing 1.9.2 not bold? Am about to build another D430 hackingtosh and it would be good to understand if 1.9 is the EDP version to use before I start
  2. I applied the hibernation fix, but this made no difference. Thinking that maybe I had messed something up during the install I started from scratch: 1) installed snow leopard 10.6 from USB image with no issues 2) Downloaded EDP 1.9.2 & installed 3) Ran EDP and: a) Pressed 1) for kext configuration i) Selected 1 for D420/D430 dual core, 1 for mouse, y for nullCPU, y for sleepenabler, 1 for battery, y for emulated speedstep ii) Retuned to main option screen b ) Pressed 2) for Fixes i) Selected 1 for Touch/System/Library/Extensions ii) Selected 2 for hibernation fix iii) Retuned to main option screen c) Pressed 3) for installer i) Selected 7 to install Chameleon SVN2.1 1684 ii) Returned to main option screen d) Q to exit e) Reboot f) Entered BIOS A09, checked defaults set and system password set, saved and exit BIOS g) Once back into 10.6, press power button and choose sleep option from window. Screen blanks, fan continues to run and green light in power button stays on. Can not resume from sleep - only way to resolve is to press and hold power button until switch off and then restart. I then re-ran EDP and at step 3) a) i) chose the same options but for nullCPU instead of y I chose n and reboot, sleep then works as it should, but the laptop runs ~10 degrees hotter. I would really appreciate any help with getting nullCPU to work with sleep. Thanks
  3. Happily running 10.6.0 on my D430, thinking about upgrading to 10.6.8 combo (not ready to brave Lion yet). Questions are: 1) Is it a worthwhile upgrade 2) What will the upgrade break and any advice on fixes
  4. On my D430 1.33 C2D with 10.6.0 and E.D.P. 1.9.2, if I install nullcpupowermanagement with Sleepenabler.kext resume from sleep does not work with symptoms as described in the original post (screen blanks, power light remains on, will not wake with power button). If instead I use Apple native power management, sleep works. For clarity, bios A09, bios password set, bios reset to defaults, CPU temperature seems to be holding steady at ~62-65o. Is this typical of others experience?
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