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After migrating from sierra to high sierra battery status stopped working simply always appears as connected to the current when it is not updated kext for the last one that exists in RehabMan but without success, I am using dsdt and ssdt that in the sierra works well, now I do not know if anything has changed in this version and that is why I ask for your help.

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After migrating from sierra to high sierra battery status stopped working simply always appears as connected to the current when it is not updated kext for the last one that exists in RehabMan but without success, I am using dsdt and ssdt that in the sierra works well, now I do not know if anything has changed in this version and that is why I ask for your help.


APFS?
TRIM?
NVMe?

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This is how I got mine to work

Cheers,

Louis



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APFS?
TRIM?
NVMe?

 

 

I am ready to use normal and adjusted file files activated ssd disk

 



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This is how I got mine to work

Cheers,

Louis

 

Can not find kext to download the video to test here where I can download?



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Can not find kext to download the video to test here where I can download?

Rehabman download page


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Can not find kext to download the video to test here where I can download?

https://bitbucket.or...iver/downloads/


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Rehabman download page


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https://bitbucket.or...iver/downloads/


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I already tried to download the kext of the video I put but it did not resolve it still in the same



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I already tried to download the kext of the video I put but it did not resolve it still in the same


You will need to provide complete "problem reporting" data.
Typical is:
- ioreg (from IORegistryExplorer v2.1)
- EFI/Clover (as zip, without themes)
- output from 'kextcache -i /'

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You will need to provide complete "problem reporting" data.
Typical is:
- ioreg (from IORegistryExplorer v2.1)
- EFI/Clover (as zip, without themes)
- output from 'kextcache -i /'

 
I sent the data

 

And the brightness also stopped working fine but the brightness does not change

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I sent the data
 
And the brightness also stopped working fine but the brightness does not change


The ioreg is corrupt.
You didn't use IORegistryExplorer v2.1.

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The ioreg is corrupt.
You didn't use IORegistryExplorer v2.1.

 

Sorry now it goes in version 2.1

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Sorry now it goes in version 2.1


Found your kextcache output in a ZIP named curiously 'IOREG'.
Your kexts are not installed correctly.
All kexts you need must be installed to the system volume (typically to /L/E).

Your ACPIBatteryManager.kext is not the latest. And it is way too old for High Sierra.

FYI:
- ACPIBacklight.kext does not work on 10.2.4 and later. Must use AppleBacklightInjector.kext, SSDT-PNLF.aml, and a patch for AppleBacklight.kext. Google 'rehabman AppleBacklightInjector' and you should find my guide.

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I don't see where you attached 'kextcache -i /' output.

FYI:
- ACPIBacklight.kext does not work on 10.2.4 and later. Must use AppleBacklightInjector.kext, SSDT-PNLF.aml, and a patch for AppleBacklight.kext. Google 'rehabman AppleBacklightInjector' and you should find my guide.

 

Ok this of the brightness I will see your guide, now the battery and already tried several things and nothing.
How do I export kextcache -i / I never did not know sorry



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now the battery and already tried several things and nothing.


Start by installing the latest ACPIBatteryManager.kext.
Your ioreg shows ACPIBatteryManager 1.55.
Current version is 1.81.4.

How do I export kextcache -i / I never did not know sorry


You can copy/paste from Terminal.
So normally you would just run it, then copy the result, then paste it in a reply.
But you're not getting any output because you don't have any kexts installed to the system volume.
All kexts you need should be installed to the system volume, typically to /Library/Extensions.

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Start by installing the latest ACPIBatteryManager.kext.
Your ioreg shows ACPIBatteryManager 1.55.
Current version is 1.81.4.


You can copy/paste from Terminal.
So normally you would just run it, then copy the result, then paste it in a reply.
But you're not getting any output because you don't have any kexts installed to the system volume.
All kexts you need should be installed to the system volume, typically to /Library/Extensions.

 

I have like kexts in the 10.13 folder of the clover no sierra had like and it works or is it wrong do not put clover? I was because of each update not accurate to install kexts again can you explain me the correct form I am new to it

 

now it's on the latest kext

 

 

the kexts are only in the folder of the clover but they are charging because the remaining things are working has and that problem of the battery that even with the cable disconnected it accuses like the power is turned on but if without the cable connected i reniti it already accuses the battery but does not update the percentage stays always the same

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I have like kexts in the 10.13 folder of the clover no sierra had like and it works or is it wrong do not put clover? I was because of each update not accurate to install kexts again can you explain me the correct form I am new to it
 
now it's on the latest kext
 
 
the kexts are only in the folder of the clover but they are charging because the remaining things are working has and that problem of the battery that even with the cable disconnected it accuses like the power is turned on but if without the cable connected i reniti it already accuses the battery but does not update the percentage stays always the same[/size]


All "kexts you need" must be installed to the system volume (typically /L/E).
No need to play silly games with kext injection when you don't need it.

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All "kexts you need" must be installed to the system volume (typically /L/E).
No need to play silly games with kext injection when you don't need it.

 

 

Okay, so what's the battery problem now how can I solve it?



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Okay, so what's the battery problem now how can I solve it?


Did you install all kexts to the system volume?
Prove it by providing 'kextcache -i /' output, EFI/Clover (as ZIP, without themes), and ioreg (v2.1).

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Did you install all kexts to the system volume?
Prove it by providing 'kextcache -i /' output, EFI/Clover (as ZIP, without themes), and ioreg (v2.1).

 

What is what is what is what is what is what you want to know, is what is what you need? appreciate

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What is what is what is what is what is what you want to know, is what is what you need? appreciate


No kextcache output there.
In Terminal:
sudo kextcache -i /
Attach output.






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