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  1. Yes they are the right attachements and they work well, i am using bios F11, i will later attach the USB patch files to get them to work perfectly. But for now these files will give you a working system.
  2. That did the trick ! Thanks Man !
  3. Update: I tested the files and actually they work pretty well, including sleep (and wakeup from mouse) and working USBs without USBInjectAll kext (unlike the DSDT i was using from Audiogod). The only thing that i am observing is that external hard drives are showing as internal (even though i am using the kext patch in config.plist), this was not a problem with AudioGod's file which is weird. Any idea on this ?
  4. Thanks Maldon, much appreciated. Will test it out once i get home tonight, can you please let me know what patches you applied so i can replicate for future Bios Updates ? Thanks you in advance!
  5. Hi, Looking for help patching the DSDT for this motherboard, other people already patched their MBs but they are different variants (Z390 Aorus Pro from Glasgood here or AudioGod here), i am already using their DSDTs but i am expecting stability issues on the long run as it seems using others ACPI tables doesn't work well with the Z390 Aorus MB lineup. Also the Pro Wifi variant have some slight differences with the Pro, Master and Ultra cards. Any help is kindly appreciated, attached the DSDT and SSDT5 (that seems to include the USB ports) but let me know if you need the other ACPI tables (extracted all of them with clover). I am actually using this Motherboard with: Intel i7 9700K 1 x NVME 970 Evo Plus at each M2 port (total of 2). Only using the integrated Graphics for now (630 UHD). DSDT.aml SSDT-5.aml
  6. Please check your PM

  7. Please check PM

  8. slayer2333

    NVMe native support in 10.13 :)

    My PM951 Nvme is also working OOB on high Sierra, the only issue for me is that it is displayed in yellow (as external). I used to have the ssdt-nvme.aml back in Sierra to fix this problem, but if i use it again on HS it doesn't boot anymore.
  9. I feel stupid but it looks like we just need to remove : MatchOS: 10.12 or replace by 10.13 to have the same ssdt.aml work properly on High Sierra