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06-02-2009 08:20 PM
ldj00, you're the man! I was able to flash my BIOS using the vista64 rescue system, thanks for the link! :-D
FYI: The included InsydeFlash.exe does not, my assumption is that it wants to run in a win32 environment and needs some dll for that in the 64bit version? However, the latest BIOS does not include the InsydeFlashx64.exe any more so I simply used one from a previous BIOS version from HP.
Resume now works, so of course also Kudos to HP
07-31-2009 07:00 PM
Im having the same problem as jeiworth, the executable only contains the win32 version. Sadly my particular notebook doesnt have an older bios version online (dv5-1235dx) to copy InsydeFlashx64.exe.
Is it too crazy to copy an InsydeFlashx64.exe from any other WinFlash from any other nb and drop it in the 1235dx's winflash directory?
01-23-2010 12:49 PM
I have the same problem with HP HDX 16. No suspend and no thermal info using Linux or Vanilla Kernel. I posted it here: http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Hardware/HP-HDX-16-BI
Can you guys post your DSDT code in order to check what is different between dv5 and HDX ThermalZone (TZ01)?
04-05-2010 08:35 AM
If I'm not mistaken, you should be affected - though many of you may have just not noticed it - by the issue I've reported here, and which is described in detail in the links in that post.
I mention it here both because you may simply be interested to understand why if your temptatives of looking at cpu temperature will fail under Linux, and because if you think that the "petition" here worked, you may want to request for attention on that other issue too.
04-21-2010 07:18 AM
This is the way you dump your DSDT on Linux (extracted from http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?s=847b75533
sudo apt-get install iasl
sudo cat /proc/acpi/dsdt > dsdt.dat
iasl -d dsdt.dat
You should have a file named dsdt.dsl, and that´s what I need.
Thanks for your help and interest.