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    Nightdrive reacted to kevin_1351 in [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"   
    If you really wanna know, disassemble the asl files with iasl. And use a diff tool like BeyondCompare to see the changes.
     
    It's really easy.
     
     
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    Nightdrive reacted to JahStories in [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"   
    That error got nothing to do with the DVMT, I strongly suggest you to switch everything to standard again! (not to the DVMT minsizestolen patch)
    There are many common patches in the DSDT some were not applied from repos but written by hand...
    I don't remember each one but remember that every table is patched to match the provided DSDT and will not work as expected when using another one, probably not properly patched.
    The guide is simple, the files come in a complete package that have to be used and upgraded using every file and every preference as suggested.
    Any other kind of installation is not supported and could (or most obviously will) create problems that aren't easy to "debug"
     
    Hope you understand!
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    Nightdrive got a reaction from JahStories in [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"   
    alright. Thanks a lot so far. I'll try that tomorrow and post what happend.
     
    btw: i really appreciate ClaudesTech an your work a lot.
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    Nightdrive reacted to kevin_1351 in [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"   
    Correct. 
    Have you already installed macOS?
    If you installed it using the incorrect version (shouldn't be possible) it most definitely has corrupted the drive. If so, just reinstall it again.
     
    Edit: I've found the issue. In the newer updates they've (OP) made the _DSM acpi method remain intact, this causes our NVMe inhibitor to not work.
     
    By using a simple rename to XDSM clover patch, it should work again.
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    Nightdrive reacted to kevin_1351 in [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"   
    There are no m2 wifi cards that are compatible with that slot anyway.
     
    As for the Hackr, yeah, just drop it there and add the ssdt to the config.plist (read my first post). I've not had any corruption since that first post. But it's as OP said: use it at your own risk.
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    Nightdrive reacted to JahStories in [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"   
    Kexts must be on 10.12 
    About the kexts that have to be installed on System/Library/Extensions or Library/Extensions, you have to install those with a kext installer such as this one
    About NVMe drive, I strongly suggest users not to use it, leave that for windows and buy an m2 sata drive to add to the empty slot on our xiaomi...
    Thats the better solution.
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