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RehabMan

Member Since 25 Jun 2012
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In Topic: [GUIDE] USB Fix El Capitan 10.11

Yesterday, 05:37 PM

I tried that but I can not see what is wrong... :(


Did you read/follow post #1 this thread?

What did you see in ioreg/system.log post-wake?

In Topic: [GUIDE] USB Fix El Capitan 10.11

Yesterday, 04:31 PM

Hi RehabMan i need your help please...my USB 2.0 not working after sleep i don't know what is wrong in my DSDT can you see my dsdt please? in Yosemite i have full sleep working. 

No XSEL/ESEL in your DSDT. Also, no XHC device, so I assume no USB3. Your issue is different. Check ioreg to determine more about what is going on. Also, maybe some clues in system.log.

In Topic: [GUIDE] USB Fix El Capitan 10.11

Yesterday, 03:17 PM

xhc.


If you use XHCIMux, they'll connect to EHC1.

In Topic: [GUIDE] USB Fix El Capitan 10.11

Yesterday, 02:34 PM

Thanks. Your kext solved my usb problem in yosemite. i dont know why but in el capitan works perfectly without any edit or kext.


From what I see, 10.11 has a more flexible USB system. The ability to override ACPI via plist is helpful. Seems as if pre-10.11 had hardcoded configuration depending on Mac model, new code is more flexible/data driven/ACPI driven.

On 10.11, without XHCIMux, are your USB devices attaching to XHC or EHC1?

In Topic: Yosemite 10.10.3 on ASUS X555L does not shut down correctly

Yesterday, 01:29 PM

I read it, but not sure how and what to call. I can't say that I'm familiar with debugging and stuff..


You will want to use RMDT.p1 (etc) to output messages in system.log to help indicate which code (if any) is being reached.

eg. You may want to know if _OFF is being called, and if the patched _INI is being called.

Method (_INI, ...)
{
  \rmdt.p1("PEGP._INI enter")
... original code ...
  \rmdt.p1("PEGP._INI exit")
}
Same goes for _OFF.

You should also listen to prior advice regarding all SSDTs.
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