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Finally all my THUNDERBOLT devices are hotpluggable!!
The solution is unbelievable, seems to work on all chipsets without using SSDT, and shifts the focus on the cause of all problems Thunderbolt: the cable THB_C!!
Already in my previous post I noticed strange behavior by inserting the _DSM method in DSB2: PCIHotplugcapable Zero.
Since then I've been trying to figure out how the XHC controller affected the Thunderbolt hotplug, until Crismac2013 suggested I disconnect the THB_C cable from the motherboard.
Once disconnected, it was enough to add as an arbitrary inject my first Thunderbolt address (PXSX):
<string>PCI THUNDERBOLT 15d3 first entry</string>
and it works!!
Now I have also added my last SSDT to get PCI information on System info.
I suspect, however, that in this way the USB-C functionality will be lost, you should do a test!
In any case this is a huge step forward and makes it obvious that we need to work on XHCs controller to solve the problems with the hotplug with THB_C cable connected.
Test the configplist, copy the folder Other in place of yours, I have filtered the kext you need to your PC ...
You should extract ACPI tables from the clover GUI with F4 and post it ....
Before doing so, delete all the files you have in Clover Origin ......
We try to make this PC work like a real Macbookpro......
Post Photo DCPI manager
I have this kinda issue with my monitor, it started a few months ago. Every now and then it will cut out completely, Audio still plays but my monitor like resets. Does it in Windows, macOS and linux. Benq gl2450ht I think my monitor is.