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I recently installed an HDD caddy in place of the optical drive on my laptop. If I have a custom DSDT that was created when I still had the optical drive in the laptop, do I need to edit it to reflect this hardware change?

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Most likely not, unless you face any issues with new configuration and old DSDT. IMO RAM, CPU or PCI card change is more likely to require DSDT modification (esp. if some devices are enabled via DSDT) then relocation of drives.





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