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[Guide] Asus P8H67-I-Deluxe - Airport, SpeedStep, Sleep

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Updated for Mountain Lion, see [Guide] ML Asus P8H67-I-Deluxe - Airport, SpeedStep, Sleep

Asus Mini
Built this system last year and it took this long to get sleep working. The Asus P8H67-I Deluxe provides Mini functionality with much higher performance.

Hardware
1. Asus P8H67-I-Deluxe (BIOS 0803)
2. Intel Core i5-2405S/HD3000
2. PowerColor HD 6850 Single Slot (DPx2, HDMI, DVI)
3. Crucial m4 60GB
4. WD RE4-GP 2TB
5. Kingston 8 GB 1333
6. Scythe Kozuti 80mm
7. Thermaltake Element Q

Capabilities
Asus Mini supports Airport/AirDrop, Gigabit Ethernet, HDMI Video and Audio, Analog 5.1 and Digital 5.1 Surround Sound, Bluetooth, Sleep And Wake, Intel SpeedStep and a wide range of processor and graphic performance limited only by the budget (cost and/or power).
1. 10.7.3
2. Audio
a. 892/3 port audio/5.1 analog (Not available with HD3000 HDMI audio)/digital optical
b. AMD/Nvidia/HD3000 HDMI audio/DD 5.1/DTS 5.1
3. Network
a. GB Ethernet/Realtek RTL8111E
b. Airport/Atheros AR9285
4. Bluetooth
a. Built-in (doesn't work with Magic Mouse or TrackPad, prevents sleep)
b. Belkin USB (full functionality, wake from sleep)
5. SpeedStep
6. Sleep/Wake

Audio ID
The following audio options are available. The Asus Mini Fix dsdt is configured for Audio ID: 292.
1. Audio ID: 292 (3 port audio)
a. Rear - 5.1 analog (configured as 3 audio outputs)
b. Front - mic and headphones
c. SPDIF - optical
d. HDMI audio - AMD or Nvidia
2. Audio ID: 392 (only for HD3000 HDMI audio systems)
a. Rear - speaker, mic and line in (configured as labeled)
b. Front - mic and headphones
c. SPDIF - optical
d. HDMI audio - HD3000 HDMI audio
3. Audio ID: 892 (5/6 port audio)
a. Rear - speaker, mic and line in (configured as labeled)
b. Front - mic and headphones
c. SPDIF - optical
d. HDMI audio - AMD or Nvidia

Solution
1. BIOS settings
2. MultiBeast/UserDSDT
3. Install SSDT.aml in Extra
4. KextBeast AppleHDA.kext,
a. Optional - IOBluetoothFamily.kext (Belkin Bluetooth USB)
5. Verify org.chameleon.Boot.plist
6. Audio ID
a. Optional - Edit Audio ID for HD3000 HDMI audio
7. Restart - Note 1

Installation
1. Downloads/asus_mini_kit/Read_Me_First

Attachments
1. asus_mini_kit
asus_mini_kit.zip
Working Sleep
To ensure Sleep works, don't install any other kexts at this time. Make a bootable backup.
1. Display off
2. Processor sleeping/CPU fan off
3. Power light blinking

Options
1. Processor
a. Sandy Bridge w/HD3000: 2105, 2125, 2405S, 2500K, 2600K, 2700K
b. Any Sandy Bridge Processor with a discrete graphics card
2. HDMI audio (works OOB, no kext editing)
a. Low profile
i. EVGA GT 430
ii. Sapphire HD 6670 (AtiConfig=Muskgrass)
b. Single Slot
i. PowerColor HD 6850 (default, Duckweed)
c. Dual Slot
1. Sapphire HD 6870 (default, Duckweed)
3. Case
a. Mini-ITX configuration

Notes
1. During verbose boot, if PCI Configuration begin appears, let the boot continue and wait for the Desktop.

Credits:
TooSixy http://www.tonymacx86.com/viewtopic.php?f=168&t=37056
THe KiNG: http://www.projectosx.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=1416
 

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Re: [Guide] Asus Mini - Airport, SpeedStep, Sleep

Toleda could you be a bit more concrete about which Belkin BT are you using?
Anyway, awesome wo :clap:
 

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Re: [Guide] Asus Mini - Airport, SpeedStep, Sleep

Mate94 said:
Toleda could you be a bit more concrete about which Belkin BT are you using?
Belkin F8T016 (Broadcomm), works OOB, needs device_id edit for bluetooth wake.
F8T016 edited IOBluetoothFamily.kext included in asus_min_kit download.
 
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toleda said:
Mate94 said:
Toleda could you be a bit more concrete about which Belkin BT are you using?
Belkin F8T016 (Broadcomm), works OOB, needs device_id edit for bluetooth wake.
F8T016 edited IOBluetoothFamily.kext included in asus_min_kit download.
The notorious F8T016... :banghead: I've read a lot of about this BT and for someone is good, for others not. And other BTs like IOGEAR, Rocketfish are not avaible in my country. And it's very hard to find a working, having no sleep/wake issues, and auto-sleep working one to find.
Then two more question. Is Auto-sleep working with this BT? :mrgreen: And which type of 016? NG or NF?
And I'm sold.
 

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Re: [Guide] Asus Mini - Airport, SpeedStep, Sleep

Mate94 said:
[
Then two more question. Is Auto-sleep working with this BT? :mrgreen: And which type of 016? NG or NF?
And I'm sold.
Yes. I don't know. How do I determine the NG from the NF?
 
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toleda said:
Mate94 said:
[
Then two more question. Is Auto-sleep working with this BT? :mrgreen: And which type of 016? NG or NF?
And I'm sold.
Yes. I don't know. How do I determine the NG from the NF?
The NG has 100m wide range and the NF only just 10m. :mrgreen:
I'm not quiet helpful, am I? :lol:
 
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toleda said:
Mate94 said:
The NG has 100m wide range and the NF only just 10m.
After 10 meters, I can't see the display. I have the NF.
Thank you very much toleda! And sorry if it caused for you problem. :clap:
 
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Re: [Guide] Asus Mini - Airport, SpeedStep, Sleep

toleda said:
Mate94 said:
The NG has 100m wide range and the NF only just 10m.
After 10 meters, I can't see the display. I have the NF.

Lol, hard to verify if the BT is still working beyond 10 meters, if you can't see your display :D
Maybe you can ask someone to take a run with a BT device, while you stay @ the screen :lol:
 
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