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[Help] Disable AMD GPU from DSDT

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Hi, i need a help, i want to disable my gpu from dsdt, someone can help me? I extracted the SSDT by aida, but in total I have 9 SSDT! I attach all SSDT and my dsdt.

 

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The information is located in the SSDT8/9.

Device GFX0 has been renamed in the DSDT to IGPU.

Rename the .bin files to .aml.

 

Just a note for someone who wants to try :)

 

Had a quick look, off to bed now, think i'll have some time on sunday.

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