I switched to Mountain Lion and, now i that i gathered some knowledge about dsdt patching, i'm trying things with dsdt editor to finally get my T101-MT to properly sleep, hibernate and maybe get correct power management without needing voodoo power mini or null cpu power management. Any tip about patches for these issues would be much appreciated! Some of them i think i figured out myself by watching the behavior of my computer.
For an example, maybe i should try an USB sleep patch, since, when my system "sleeps" (quotes necessary), my Huawei 3G mini modem pane shows a disconnection message, but its lights continue blinking, so USB is not sleeping properly for sure. The backlight of my display also does not sleep, since i get a bright white screen when my system "sleeps" (again, quotes meaningful), and my system easily resumes when i click, say, space. So i search and found at least these USB patches, but, as always, it wouldn't be that easy for me. I'm, as said before, using dsdt editor. All seems to be okay, but when i try to compile the patched dsdt, i got some errors. The app has the functionality of auto detect and correct the errors, but there's some that it cannot correct that keeps the process from finishing. Am i doing something wrong? Here's the errors: 2788 Error _HID suffix must be all hex digits (S010)
4669 Error Object does not exist (DTGP)
4714 Error Object does not exist (DTGP)
4759 Error Object does not exist (DTGP)
And the offending lines of the patched DSDT:2788 name (_HID, "ASUS010")
4669 DTGP (Arg0, Arg1, Arg2, Arg3, Ref0f (local0))
4714 DTGP (Arg0, Arg1, Arg2, Arg3, Ref0f (local0))
4759 DTGP (Arg0, Arg1, Arg2, Arg3, Ref0f (local0))
Any help will be much appreciated!
P.S.: iCloud works, thanks to meklort latest atom kernel: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/863180/kern...ocache.patched