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It doesn't look like your patched DSDT is loading. It's strange though because the I2C devices should enumerate inside OS X without any changes to the DSDT. I'll look into this more soon and see.


Should i post the complete DSDT output of MaciASL after the boot ? Will this help?

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Should i post the complete DSDT output of MaciASL after the boot ? Will this help?

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That won't make a difference, MaciASL extracts a fresh DSDT on boot. Where are you saving the DSDT.aml to? (also, what's your bootloader?)



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[quote name="alex.daoud" post="2093602" timestamp="1418145157"]That won't make a difference, MaciASL extracts a fresh DSDT on boot. Where are you saving the DSDT.aml to? (also, what's your bootloader?)[/

But why are the changes in my patched DSDT included in this fresh DSDT, when i open MaciASL, if they are not active ?
I'm using Clover - the DSDT is saved on the boot partition in some directory called patched - do you need the full path?

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[quote name="alex.daoud" post="2093602" timestamp="1418145157"]That won't make a difference, MaciASL extracts a fresh DSDT on boot. Where are you saving the DSDT.aml to? (also, what's your bootloader?)[/

But why are the changes in my patched DSDT included in this fresh DSDT, when i open MaciASL, if they are not active ?
I'm using Clover - the DSDT is saved on the boot partition in some directory called patched - do you need the full path?

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Gkarg

Ah sorry, I assumed that you were using an EFI partition which doesn't usually mount by itself. I'm not really sure what's going on, give me some time to have a think about it.



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Ah sorry, I assumed that you were using an EFI partition which doesn't usually mount by itself. I'm not really sure what's going on, give me some time to have a think about it.

Yes, I'm using an EFI fat32 boot partition, which I need to mount manually, if I want to access it - with the EFI & CLOVER files.

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Anything new on this topic? It was a good read!



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Anything new on this topic? It was a good read!

I'm still busy writing the I2C drivers. Once I get the touchscreen working on the Dell Venue, it shouldn't be too hard to port what I've done to the Surface Pro 3.



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Great thread!

 

I'm a complete newbie in the hackintosh world but have used Macs for 15 years.  I'm wondering if a SP3 would be a good replacement for my 4yr old macbook.

 

Would be really great if someone can post a summary of what's not working yet and if there's any way I can help out (have lots of time over the holidays to try things).







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