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  1.  Populating System Information - PCI via config.plist using Hackintool CREDITS Hackintool @headkaze Clover Configurator Mackie100 LSPCI A quick guide on how to add device information into System Information - PCI with config.plist and Hackintool using Clover Configurator. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DOWNLOAD Hackintool PlistEdit Pro Clover Configurator DOWNLOAD SAMPLE FILES config.plist ( includes Hackintool pcidevices.plist properties export ) pcidevices.plist configArbitraryAndProperties.plist( previous config.plist using Arbitrary & Properties without use of Hackintool ) SYSTEM INFORMATION - PCI To my knowledge, there are a few different ways to populate the System Information PCI with device information: Those are: DSDT SSDT Devices Arbitrary ( config.plist ) Devices Properties ( config.plist ) Devices Arbitrary & Properties ( config.plist ) Initially, my approach at populating System Information PCI was to add devices to Arbitrary & Properties. That approach required using other tools, some such as lspci or IOREgistryExplorer to obtain device addresses and paths, so involved some work. Then On the 23/04/2019 @headkaze released Hackintool v2.3.4 Hackintool now exports a file named pcidevices.plist, that file contains all the information needed to populate System Information PCI The easy, better method used to populate System Information PCI is by using Hackintool, see DEVICES - PROPERTIES - HACKINTOOL. I have documented inside DEVICES - ARBITRARY and DEVICES - PROPERTIES information on how to populate System Information PCI without using Hackintool for the sake of knowing other methods. DEVICES - ARBITRARY DEVICES - PROPERTIES DEVICES - PROPERTIES - HACKINTOOL Run Hackintool, PCI tab and Update PCIIDs Export PCI info HOW TO SAVE pcidevices.plist Properties TO CONFIG.PLIST Download and install PlistEditPro Right click and open pcidevices.plist with PlistEdit Pro Mount EFI partition and drag and drop config.plist onto desktop. Right click, open with PlistEdit Pro Place both PlistEdit Pro windows side by side: Next, click Properties, copy. (pcidevices.plist) Then, click on Devices (config.plist) so that it is highlighted and Paste As Child and Save. Verify Properties has been added correctly to Devices inside config.plist using Clover Configurator or PlistEdit Pro Place config.plist back inside EFI/Clover Done! Optionally you can make edits to Devices model string information, so "Cannon Lake PCH cVAs" in my config.plist has been renamed to " Realtek ALC1120-VB " Open pcidevices.plist with Clover Configurator. Example of optional renames done with config.plist for Aorus Z390 Pro Before: After: Save renames and then add Devices / Properties to your config.plist. No need to rename device_type Bridge model name. THANKS TO @headkaze & @Hervé AND ALSO @steve3d for his post! config.plist
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