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Lord Kamina

Lord Kamina

Member Since 04 Jun 2012
Offline Last Active Jan 03 2018 02:51 AM

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In Topic: i7-8700 weird beachballs

03 January 2018 - 02:54 AM

u dont need compile it, is a oem table, if u don't drop it, is load all time


check what tables load with Patchmatic

attachicon.gifPatchmatic extract.zip


put in /usr/bin and run .command


Even if it's an OEM table, if it is badly written, it will result in an ACPI error when it's loaded. What I did is drop the original and load a corrected version.


Anyway, your clover folder didn't really fix this issue. I managed to fix it in the end by applying a mixture of fixes.


I used your DSDT (but not your config.plist, although I did take some of your changes like SmartUPS and a couple other things), I kept my darkwake=10 and also added the fixes discussed here: https://pikeralpha.w...g-sleep-issues/


One thing I hadn't understood before is that deep sleep that doesn't wake with keyboard is actually intended behavior.

In Topic: i7-8700 weird beachballs

31 December 2017 - 03:47 PM

is a oem table, u dont need extract and use in ur clover folder if u dont drop oem

i just applied a correct coffeelake patches

report me one ioreg after reboot, I'll show you the patches.



I dropped it because the OEM version doesn't compile.

In Topic: i7-8700 weird beachballs

31 December 2017 - 01:59 PM

Check, replace full folder, reboot, send me new ioreg with new files



btw, if u can extract original DSDT with F4 key in Clover boot screen


Could you please tell me what you changed/why? I like knowing what I'm doing.

From running a folder diff I can see you updated several kexts for which apparently new versions are now out. I also see you changed lots of things in the config.plist; some of those changes I cannot understand why; though. You removed the sensrhub table, and modified the SIP config, and removed some of my custom DSM from the DSDT (Wifi, USB3.1), why?


Some of those tables (for example sensorhub) were there because the stock ones didn't compile due to syntax errors and that resulted in missing functionality (in the case of sensrhub, I couldn't see half my sensors)

In Topic: i7-8700 weird beachballs

30 December 2017 - 07:08 PM

I have an updated summary of the issue, as I reproduced and saw it for myself now.


After sleeping and waking (slept just long enough for the fans and lights to turn off), the computer works normally except that if you try to open any image or video file, the application used to do it (Be it Preview, VLC, QuickLook, you name it) becomes nonresponsive, to the point of preventing restart/shutdown. Although, it's still possible to Force Quit it from the dock or activity manager, as usual.

In Topic: i7-8700 weird beachballs

29 December 2017 - 11:10 PM


-Post your full Clover folder
-Send me tables
-Send me one Ioreg too





There you go.

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