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  1. Thanks for the Reply! Any chance you can include your system specifications, Clover config.plist, and what "extra" kexts you are using? Thanks!
  2. Thanks for the reply! The only DSDT patching I've done is via Clover. As I've said before, sadly, I don't really understand the code in an aml file. I've never been able to successfully patch a DSDT with MaciASL. I can never get it to compile without errors. I'm trying to learn, but something hasn't quite clicked within my understanding so I can grasp it. As I listed in my first post, I am using a Seagate ST95005620AS Hard Drive. It is a 7200 RPM SSD Hybrid drive (500GB with 4GB SSD). TRIM is not enabled because from everything I've read, it's not necessary for this drive. The
  3. Thanks for the Reply! I'm using NullCPUPowerManangement because I can't get the system to boot without it. However, Intel Power Management and Speed Step are both working fine (as you will see from the screen shot below). Intel Power Gadget Screen Shot:
  4. I have set up several Dell Latitude E6430 / E5430's, with different hard drive configurations, and all appear to have the same issue; the hard drive runs at a constant 118*-122* F. I've tried tweaking several settings, but nothing seems to help. The drive operates at a normal 80* F when booted to Windows or Ubuntu, so it's clearly not a BIOS / Hard Drive issue. And as I have already mentioned, this is consistent across several different systems. I haven't found any other reports of hard drive's overheating, but can't believe that I would be the only one. If you find that you also have this
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