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How to get Intel 7 Series USB 3.0 fully working - Step by Step guide


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I'm trying this on my laptop. In my dsdt there isn't any Device (HUBN) so neither PR1x's.. Any tips?



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I'm trying this on my laptop. In my dsdt there isn't any Device (HUBN) so neither PR1x's.. Any tips?

 

 

I was trying to follow the guide for my laptop (Asus UX32A) and I'm in the same situation. 

Does anyone know what to do?



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Thank you to the OP for this guide, it perfectly fixes all my problems with USB!

My platform is Intel native and I was using Zenith kext to enable multiplexing on 10.10.

 

Looooots of bugs with that kext, including:

 

- Very often devices do not work when first plugged, and have to be plugged again in another port to work

- USB devices very slow to be recognised sometimes (usb audio cards, for example)

- Delayed shutdown (computer shuts down but stays powered for another 10 secs with black screen before shutting down)

- Sudden wake from sleep in certain conditions

 

This DSDT patch, instead, is perfect. Thank you!







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