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It works, thanks of that!


Can someone explain what this trick exactly does? pci168c,30 = pci168c,1E while in the kext i replace 2b with 2a. That would mean i have to replace 30 to 2a or to 43

30 = 1E

43 = 2B


Your trick works, however i don't understand why  ^_^

Can someone explain how your DSDT patch is comparable with the kext patch?

I try to understand DSDT


Thanks :)

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2b id is 9285 .. 2a is in the files as original uses .


you make it think its 2a on dsdt so osx sees 2a and loads driver that works.. 2b is not in the list of device-id  so it wont load.

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