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On 04/14/08 03:06 pm, Chuck McKinnis thus wrote :
Lewis G Rosenthal wrote:I see you also have a ticket open for ACPI on the T61, which we should all watch (and to whcih we should contribute, if possible):
I am using Panorama on this T61. I believe Panorama is required for APM.
Panorama should not be a requirement for APM to work. Panorama will not intall on the T61 Intel graphics chipset.
Q6: Cooler on CPU is very loud, how can you help me?
A6: First of all:
* Use Panorama VESA video driver instead of GENGRAD or SDDGRAD
How to setup sleep/resume? June, 2007:
* Use Panorama VESA video driver
Diane's T61 has the nVidia chip in it. I wasn't aware that Panorama wouldn't install on the Intel chip. Very interesting.
I found that I got the extra debug stuff with 3.0.7 even with the setting at the default (off). The current (3.0.8) ACPID.CFG does indeed have uncommented lines in it.I have 3.0.8 working, based on Neil's posting about the Intel 945GCNL (I have one of those machines in the next room, which is yet to be delivered to a client), by adding /SAP:0x20 to my PSD line, which now reads:
PSD=ACPI.PSD /SMP /APIC /SAP:0x20
In addition, I have:
I am currently testing with only the defaults in the CFG files.
The extra info you;re getting may be caused by:
LogScreen = 1
Interesting. My %ETC%\ACPID.CFG has nothing but commented lines.
As I mentioned to Carl, that's just the name I gave it. It's a binary file, but all you need to do to create it is to save your current settings. So, starting from no sound at all, open a window and do the following:
For sound, I have the following in my unimix setup params, loaded from startup.cmd (unimix.exe -loadc:\mmos2\unimix.ini):
-id3 -cnt0 -val1
-id3 -cnt1 -val1
(N.B.: Those are not the contents of unimix.ini, merely the relevant settings. Set them manually, as parameters passed to unimix.exe, and then use unimix.exe -savec:\mmos2\unimix.ini to dump them.)
Do you have any idea what the format of unimix.ini is?
unimix -id3 -cnt0 -val1 <Enter> (that should turn on the left channel)
unimix -id3 -cnt1 -val1 <Enter> (that should turn on the right channel)
unimix -id27 -val33 <Enter> (that should set the master volume for both channels to 33 out of 39; adjust to taste, obviously, and the volume applet works to adjust it, too)
unimix -savec:\mmos2\unimix.ini <Enter> (to create the unimix.ini file itself)
Add to STARTUP.CMD: