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I've pretty much read as much as i could find on this. Ive tried muti-beast and have had no success. I had a windows drive NTFS showing external. I formatted to Extended Journal and of course its still showing external. Its weird because my 2 other SSD's show internal.

Ive tried switching sata ports, repairing permissions, formatting, muti-beast.

The only thing i haven't tried was a DSDT edit. I have no experience doing that. = /

Any have this same issue and/or found a fix?


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I have a DSDT fix for this on my website

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Compile and fix any errors.
Remove any block storage injectors.
Reset your permissions and rebuild your kernelcache.

I know how reset permissions, but not rebuild cache.
Not sure what u mean compile and fix errors or remove block storage injectors.



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NICE SITE thanks

Thanks, no problem at all.

I know how reset permissions, but not rebuild cache.

Just run Kext Wizard on S/L/E, it will do both.
or run:
sudo kextcache -v 1 -a i386 -a x86_64 -m /Volumes/Time\ Machine/System/Library/Caches/com.apple.kext.caches/Startup/Extensions.mkext -z /Volumes/Time\ Machine/System/Library/Extensions/
All kexts must be in S/L/E to be included in the kernel cache.
Add UseKernelCache Yes to your org.chameleon.Boot.plist if not already present.

Not sure what u mean compile and fix errors or remove block storage injectors.

After editing your DSDT you will need to compile it. If it shows you any errors you will need to fix them.
If you are using IOAHCIBlockStorageInjector, OrangeIconFix or similar, remove them (before rebuilding caches).

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When you mean compile is that an option to do so?
Am I just adding that text in my dsdt? Or replacing a set of text?

Thanks for clarifying the other info. = )

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Yes, use DSDT Editor, there is a compile menu.
You need to replace/amend your sata device and remove any IDE devices you may have





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