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This is the output of that ssdtPRGen command:

ssdtPRGen.sh v0.9  Copyright (c) 2011-2012 by † RevoGirl
             v6.6  Copyright (c) 2013 by † Jeroen
             v21.5 Copyright (c) 2013-2020 by Pike R. Alpha
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Bugs > https://github.com/Piker-Alpha/ssdtPRGen.sh/issues <

System information: Mac OS X 10.15.6 (19G2021)
Brandstring: "Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU X5690 @ 3.47GHz"

Override value: (-d) debug mode, now using: 2!
Override value: (-p) processor model, now using: X5690!
Override value: (-turbo) maximum (turbo) frequency, now using: 3460 MHz!
Override value: (-cpus) number of processors, now using: 2!
Override value: (-c) CPU workarounds, now set to: 1!
Override value: (-target) CPU, now using: Haswell!

Setting executing bit of extractACPITables ...
_checkForExecutableFile(extractACPITables) Done.
Extracting ACPI tables ... Done.
Checking User Defined processor data ...
Processor data found for the Intel X5690
Version: models.cfg v171 / User Defined.cfg v-1

Name (_HID, "ACPI0004") NOT found in DSDT
2 Scope (\_SB_) {.} object(s) found in DSDT
scopeObjectData: 10235c5f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x23/35
packageLength: 35/35
scopeLength: 35
scopeLength: 58 (egrep pattern length: 12)
scopeObjectData length 72 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (\_SB_) {58 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 10175c5f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x17/23
packageLength: 23/23
scopeLength: 23
scopeLength: 34 (egrep pattern length: 12)
scopeObjectData length 48 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (\_SB_) {34 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

1 Scope (\_SB_) {..} object(s) found in DSDT
scopeObjectData: 1041285c5f53425f
Two-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x0FFF/4095)
pkgLengthByte: 0x41/65
packageLength: 0x281/641
scopeLength: 641
scopeLength: 1268 (egrep pattern length: 14)
scopeObjectData length 1284 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (\_SB_) {248 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

2 Scope (\_SB_) {..} object(s) found in DSDT
scopeObjectData: 1085e5015c5f53425f
Three-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x0FFFFF/1048575)
pkgLengthByte: 0x85/133
packageLength: 0x01e55/7765
scopeLength: 7765
scopeLength: 15514 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 15532 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (\_SB_) {214 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 108831055c5f53425f
Three-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x0FFFFF/1048575)
pkgLengthByte: 0x88/136
packageLength: 0x05318/21272
scopeLength: 21272
scopeLength: 42528 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 42546 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (\_SB_) {198 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

2 Scope (\_SB) {.} object(s) found in DSDT
scopeObjectData: 10235c5f5342
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x23/35
packageLength: 35/35
scopeLength: 35
scopeLength: 60 (egrep pattern length: 10)
scopeObjectData length 72 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (\_SB) {60 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 10175c5f5342
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x17/23
packageLength: 23/23
scopeLength: 23
scopeLength: 36 (egrep pattern length: 10)
scopeObjectData length 48 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (\_SB) {36 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

1 Scope (\_SB) {..} object(s) found in DSDT
scopeObjectData: 1041285c5f5342
Two-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x0FFF/4095)
pkgLengthByte: 0x41/65
packageLength: 0x281/641
scopeLength: 641
scopeLength: 1270 (egrep pattern length: 12)
scopeObjectData length 1284 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (\_SB) {250 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

2 Scope (\_SB) {..} object(s) found in DSDT
scopeObjectData: 1085e5015c5f5342
Three-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x0FFFFF/1048575)
pkgLengthByte: 0x85/133
packageLength: 0x01e55/7765
scopeLength: 7765
scopeLength: 15516 (egrep pattern length: 14)
scopeObjectData length 15532 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (\_SB) {216 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 108831055c5f5342
Three-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x0FFFFF/1048575)
pkgLengthByte: 0x88/136
packageLength: 0x05318/21272
scopeLength: 21272
scopeLength: 42530 (egrep pattern length: 14)
scopeObjectData length 42546 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (\_SB) {200 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

3 Scope (_SB_) {..} object(s) found in DSDT
scopeObjectData: 105c2e5f53425f
Two-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x0FFF/4095)
pkgLengthByte: 0x5c/92
packageLength: 0x2e1c/11804
scopeLength: 11804
scopeLength: 23596 (egrep pattern length: 12)
scopeObjectData length 23610 (includes egrep pattern)
Overriding processor enable state (now enabled)!
processorID: 5f ._PR
Overriding processor enable state (now enabled)!
processorID: 5f ._PR
Overriding processor enable state (now enabled)!
processorID: 5f ._PR
Overriding processor enable state (now enabled)!
processorID: 5f ._PR
Overriding processor enable state (now enabled)!
processorID: 5f ._PR
Overriding processor enable state (now enabled)!
processorID: 5f ._PR
Overriding processor enable state (now enabled)!
processorID: 5f ._PR
Overriding processor enable state (now enabled)!
processorID: 5f ._PR
Overriding processor enable state (now enabled)!
processorID: 5f ._PR
Overriding processor enable state (now enabled)!
processorID: 5f ._PR
Overriding processor enable state (now enabled)!
processorID: 5f ._PR
Overriding processor enable state (now enabled)!
processorID: 5f ._PR

Scope (_SB_) {136 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 10235c5f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x23/35
packageLength: 35/35
scopeLength: 35
scopeLength: 58 (egrep pattern length: 12)
scopeObjectData length 72 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {58 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 10175c5f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x17/23
packageLength: 23/23
scopeLength: 23
scopeLength: 34 (egrep pattern length: 12)
scopeObjectData length 48 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {34 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

5 Scope (_SB_) {..} object(s) found in DSDT
scopeObjectData: 1041285c5f53425f
Two-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x0FFF/4095)
pkgLengthByte: 0x41/65
packageLength: 0x281/641
scopeLength: 641
scopeLength: 1268 (egrep pattern length: 14)
scopeObjectData length 1284 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {248 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 10325c2e5f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x32/50
packageLength: 50/50
scopeLength: 50
scopeLength: 86 (egrep pattern length: 14)
scopeObjectData length 102 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {86 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 10205c2e5f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x20/32
packageLength: 32/32
scopeLength: 32
scopeLength: 50 (egrep pattern length: 14)
scopeObjectData length 66 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {50 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 10225c2e5f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x22/34
packageLength: 34/34
scopeLength: 34
scopeLength: 54 (egrep pattern length: 14)
scopeObjectData length 70 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {54 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 10235c2e5f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x23/35
packageLength: 35/35
scopeLength: 35
scopeLength: 56 (egrep pattern length: 14)
scopeObjectData length 72 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {56 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

32 Scope (_SB_) {..} object(s) found in DSDT
scopeObjectData: 1085e5015c5f53425f
Three-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x0FFFFF/1048575)
pkgLengthByte: 0x85/133
packageLength: 0x01e55/7765
scopeLength: 7765
scopeLength: 15514 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 15532 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {214 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 1048105c2e5f53425f
Two-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x0FFF/4095)
pkgLengthByte: 0x48/72
packageLength: 0x108/264
scopeLength: 264
scopeLength: 512 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 530 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {2 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 1047385c2e5f53425f
Two-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x0FFF/4095)
pkgLengthByte: 0x47/71
packageLength: 0x387/903
scopeLength: 903
scopeLength: 1790 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 1808 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {5 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 1040055c2e5f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x40/64
packageLength: 0/0
scopeLength: 0
scopeLength: -16 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 0 (includes egrep pattern)
scopeObjectData: 10410a5c2e5f53425f
Two-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x0FFF/4095)
pkgLengthByte: 0x41/65
packageLength: 0x0a1/161
scopeLength: 161
scopeLength: 306 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 324 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {51 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 1044075c2e5f53425f
Two-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x0FFF/4095)
pkgLengthByte: 0x44/68
packageLength: 0x074/116
scopeLength: 116
scopeLength: 216 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 234 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {216 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 10433f5c2e5f53425f
Two-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x0FFF/4095)
pkgLengthByte: 0x43/67
packageLength: 0x3f3/1011
scopeLength: 1011
scopeLength: 2006 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 2024 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {221 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 1044335c2e5f53425f
Two-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x0FFF/4095)
pkgLengthByte: 0x44/68
packageLength: 0x334/820
scopeLength: 820
scopeLength: 1624 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 1642 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {94 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 10375c2f035f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x37/55
packageLength: 55/55
scopeLength: 55
scopeLength: 94 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 336 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {94 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 10375c2f035f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x37/55
packageLength: 55/55
scopeLength: 55
scopeLength: 94 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 336 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {94 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 10375c2f035f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x37/55
packageLength: 55/55
scopeLength: 55
scopeLength: 94 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 336 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {94 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 10345c2f035f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x34/52
packageLength: 52/52
scopeLength: 52
scopeLength: 88 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 106 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {88 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 10285c2f035f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x28/40
packageLength: 40/40
scopeLength: 40
scopeLength: 64 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 82 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {64 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 102c5c2f035f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x2c/44
packageLength: 44/44
scopeLength: 44
scopeLength: 72 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 90 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {72 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 10395c2f035f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x39/57
packageLength: 57/57
scopeLength: 57
scopeLength: 98 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 116 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {98 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 103f5c2f035f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x3f/63
packageLength: 63/63
scopeLength: 63
scopeLength: 110 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 128 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {110 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 101a5c2f035f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x1a/26
packageLength: 26/26
scopeLength: 26
scopeLength: 36 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 378 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {36 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 101a5c2f035f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x1a/26
packageLength: 26/26
scopeLength: 26
scopeLength: 36 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 378 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {36 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 101a5c2f035f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x1a/26
packageLength: 26/26
scopeLength: 26
scopeLength: 36 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 378 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {36 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 101a5c2f035f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x1a/26
packageLength: 26/26
scopeLength: 26
scopeLength: 36 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 378 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {36 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 101a5c2f035f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x1a/26
packageLength: 26/26
scopeLength: 26
scopeLength: 36 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 378 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {36 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 101a5c2f035f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x1a/26
packageLength: 26/26
scopeLength: 26
scopeLength: 36 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 378 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {36 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 101a5c2f035f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x1a/26
packageLength: 26/26
scopeLength: 26
scopeLength: 36 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 378 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {36 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 10275c2f035f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x27/39
packageLength: 39/39
scopeLength: 39
scopeLength: 62 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 560 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {62 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 10275c2f035f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x27/39
packageLength: 39/39
scopeLength: 39
scopeLength: 62 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 560 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {62 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 10275c2f035f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x27/39
packageLength: 39/39
scopeLength: 39
scopeLength: 62 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 560 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {62 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 10275c2f035f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x27/39
packageLength: 39/39
scopeLength: 39
scopeLength: 62 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 560 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {62 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 10275c2f035f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x27/39
packageLength: 39/39
scopeLength: 39
scopeLength: 62 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 560 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {62 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 10275c2f035f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x27/39
packageLength: 39/39
scopeLength: 39
scopeLength: 62 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 560 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {62 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 10275c2f035f53425f
One-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x3F/77)
pkgLengthByte: 0x27/39
packageLength: 39/39
scopeLength: 39
scopeLength: 62 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 560 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {62 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 10440b5c2e5f53425f
Two-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x0FFF/4095)
pkgLengthByte: 0x44/68
packageLength: 0x0b4/180
scopeLength: 180
scopeLength: 344 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 362 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {89 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

scopeObjectData: 108831055c5f53425f
Three-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x0FFFFF/1048575)
pkgLengthByte: 0x88/136
packageLength: 0x05318/21272
scopeLength: 21272
scopeLength: 42528 (egrep pattern length: 16)
scopeObjectData length 42546 (includes egrep pattern)
Scope (_SB_) {198 bytes} without ACPI Processor declarations ...

3 Scope (_SB) {..} object(s) found in DSDT
scopeObjectData: 105c2e5f5342
Two-byte encoding detected (maximum length 0x0FFF/4095)
pkgLengthByte: 0x5c/92
packageLength: 0x2e1c/11804
scopeLength: 11804
scopeLength: 23598 (egrep pattern length: 10)
scopeObjectData length 23610 (includes egrep pattern)
Overriding processor enable state (now enabled)!
processorID: 5f ._PR
Overriding processor enable state (now enabled)!
processorID: 5f ._PR
Overriding processor enable state (now enabled)!
processorID: 5f ._PR
Overriding processor enable state (now enabled)!
processorID: 5f ._PR
Overriding processor enable state (now enabled)!
processorID: 5f ._PR
Overriding processor enable state (now enabled)!
processorID: 5f ._PR
Overriding processor enable state (now enabled)!
processorID: 5f ._PR
Overriding processor enable state (now enabled)!
processorID: 5f ._PR
Overriding processor enable state (now enabled)!
processorID: 5f ._PR
Overriding processor enable state (now enabled)!
processorID: 5f ._PR
Overriding processor enable state (now enabled)!
processorID: 5f ._PR
Overriding processor enable state (now enabled)!
processorID: 5f ._PR

Scope (_SB) {23610 bytes} with ACPI Processor declarations found in DSDT (ACPI 1.0 compliant)
Number of Scopes: 1
Generating ssdt.dsl for a 'iMac15,1' with board-id [Mac-42FD25EABCABB274]
Intel X5690 processor [0x206C2] setup [0x]
With a maximum TDP of 130 Watt, as specified by Intel
Number logical CPU's: 24 (Core Frequency: 3460 MHz)
Number of Turbo States: 0
Number of P-States: 14 (1600-3460 MHz)
targetCStates: 29
Adding C1
Adding C3
Adding C6
Adding C7
targetCStates: 7
Adding C1
Adding C2
Adding C3
Injected C-States for ._PR (C1,C3,C6,C7)
Injected C-States for ._PR (C1,C2,C3)
Warning: 'system-type' may be set improperly (3 instead of 2)
	 - Clover users should read https://clover-wiki.zetam.org/Configuration/ACPI#acpi_smartupsSetting executing bit of iasl ...
_checkForExecutableFile(iasl) Done.

Compiling: ssdt_pr.dsl
Intel ACPI Component Architecture
ASL Optimizing Compiler version 20140926-64 [Nov  6 2014]
Copyright (c) 2000 - 2014 Intel Corporation

Compiler aborting due to parser-detected syntax error(s)
/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     21:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                ^ Invalid character (0x2E), expecting ASL keyword or name

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     21:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                 ^ Invalid character (0x2E), expecting ASL keyword or name

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     21:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                    ^ syntax error, unexpected PARSEOP_NAMESEG, expecting ')'

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     22:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                ^ Invalid character (0x2E), expecting ASL keyword or name

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     22:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                 ^ Invalid character (0x2E), expecting ASL keyword or name

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     22:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                    ^ syntax error, unexpected PARSEOP_NAMESEG, expecting ')'

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     23:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                ^ Invalid character (0x2E), expecting ASL keyword or name

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     23:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                 ^ Invalid character (0x2E), expecting ASL keyword or name

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     23:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                    ^ syntax error, unexpected PARSEOP_NAMESEG, expecting ')'

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     24:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                ^ Invalid character (0x2E), expecting ASL keyword or name

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     24:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                 ^ Invalid character (0x2E), expecting ASL keyword or name

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     24:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                    ^ syntax error, unexpected PARSEOP_NAMESEG, expecting ')'

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     25:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                ^ Invalid character (0x2E), expecting ASL keyword or name

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     25:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                 ^ Invalid character (0x2E), expecting ASL keyword or name

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     25:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                    ^ syntax error, unexpected PARSEOP_NAMESEG, expecting ')'

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     26:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                ^ Invalid character (0x2E), expecting ASL keyword or name

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     26:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                 ^ Invalid character (0x2E), expecting ASL keyword or name

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     26:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                    ^ syntax error, unexpected PARSEOP_NAMESEG, expecting ')'

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     27:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                ^ Invalid character (0x2E), expecting ASL keyword or name

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     27:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                 ^ Invalid character (0x2E), expecting ASL keyword or name

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     27:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                    ^ syntax error, unexpected PARSEOP_NAMESEG, expecting ')'

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     28:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                ^ Invalid character (0x2E), expecting ASL keyword or name

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     28:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                 ^ Invalid character (0x2E), expecting ASL keyword or name

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     28:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                    ^ syntax error, unexpected PARSEOP_NAMESEG, expecting ')'

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     29:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                ^ Invalid character (0x2E), expecting ASL keyword or name

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     29:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                 ^ Invalid character (0x2E), expecting ASL keyword or name

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     29:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                    ^ syntax error, unexpected PARSEOP_NAMESEG, expecting ')'

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     30:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                ^ Invalid character (0x2E), expecting ASL keyword or name

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     30:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                 ^ Invalid character (0x2E), expecting ASL keyword or name

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     30:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                    ^ syntax error, unexpected PARSEOP_NAMESEG, expecting ')'

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     31:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                ^ Invalid character (0x2E), expecting ASL keyword or name

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     31:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                 ^ Invalid character (0x2E), expecting ASL keyword or name

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     31:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                    ^ syntax error, unexpected PARSEOP_NAMESEG, expecting ')'

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     32:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                ^ Invalid character (0x2E), expecting ASL keyword or name

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     32:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                 ^ Invalid character (0x2E), expecting ASL keyword or name

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     32:     External (\_SB.._PR, DeviceObj)
Error    6126 -                                                    ^ syntax error, unexpected PARSEOP_NAMESEG, expecting ')'

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     34:     Scope (\_SB.._PR)
Error    6126 -                                             ^ Invalid character (0x2E), expecting ASL keyword or name

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     34:     Scope (\_SB.._PR)
Error    6126 -                                              ^ Invalid character (0x2E), expecting ASL keyword or name

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl     34:     Scope (\_SB.._PR)
Error    6126 -                                                 ^ syntax error, unexpected PARSEOP_NAMESEG, expecting ')'

/Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl    136: 
Error    6126 - syntax error, unexpected PARSEOP_SCOPE, expecting $end and premature End-Of-File

ASL Input:     /Users/rob/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.dsl - 136 lines, 4089 bytes, 9 keywords

Compilation complete. 40 Errors, 0 Warnings, 0 Remarks, 0 Optimizations
Error: IASL status: 255 (Failed)

And these are the resulting files:

 

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Thank you so much, Rocky12!

I got the Power Management working for full speed. I think Turbo is working to but can't be sure as I haven't found anything like iStat or HWMonitor that works so I can see frequency of the cores.

It's not a fantastically powerful machine with its old architecture, slow RAM, etc. but it works. I'm attaching two screens showing Geekbench 4 CPU and OpenGL scores.

I'm still on iMac SMBIOS but that's OK for now.

 

The thing to tackle next is USB... I only have the USB3 card working for now. Any guidance will be MUCH appreciated. :)

I have the USBInjectAll.kext but I think there is more stuff needed. I tried a bit but haven't figured it out yet.

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I'm no hacker.. don't know how to get the USB working and the guides aren't helping much here. Maybe they should but I'm just not getting it? :rofl:

If anybody can show/tell me how or point me to the right place I'd be very grateful.

I would love to get this working perfectly and make an OpenCore guide or pretty much finished EFI folder for the Z800.

 

So this is from the boot log of Clover (that gets USB working):

120:590  0:000  USBADR[0] = 0x1A0000 and PCIe = 0xFFFE
120:590  0:000  USBADR[1] = 0x1A0001 and PCIe = 0xFFFE
120:590  0:000  USBADR[2] = 0x1A0002 and PCIe = 0xFFFE
120:590  0:000  USBADR[3] = 0x1A0007 and PCIe = 0xFFFE
120:590  0:000  USBADR[4] = 0x1D0000 and PCIe = 0xFFFE
120:590  0:000  USBADR[5] = 0x1D0001 and PCIe = 0xFFFE
120:590  0:000  USBADR[6] = 0x1D0002 and PCIe = 0xFFFE
120:590  0:000  USBADR[7] = 0x1D0007 and PCIe = 0xFFFE

and...

120:592  0:000  Start USB Fix
120:592  0:000  USB bridge[1A0000] at 1E8C, size = 4E
120:593  0:000  USB bridge[1A0001] at 1F42, size = 4E
120:593  0:000  USB bridge[1A0002] at 1FF8, size = 4E
120:593  0:000  USB bridge[1A0007] at 20FE, size = 4E
120:593  0:000  USB bridge[1D0000] at 1D9C, size = 4E
120:593  0:000  USB bridge[1D0001] at 1E52, size = 4E
120:593  0:000  USB bridge[1D0002] at 1F08, size = 4E
120:593  0:000  USB bridge[1D0007] at 21E0, size = 4E

And these are screens from IORegistryExplorer and the SSDT that I got with SSDTTime on Ubuntu:

 

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My Z800 is running stable (I hope) now on Catalina with OpenCore and MacPro6,1 SMBIOS. I just have to fix the USB.

Uptime now is more than 21 hours and I've been loading it with video encoding too.

Final Cut Pro and network seems stable. Not sure the Power Management is 100% yet but I will see when I have monitoring kexts and software running.

GeekBench5 Multicore score of 6114 so that's good.

 

I had so many problems with the computer just freezing up without even giving me a normal kernel panic.

It turns out it's the combination of PCIe cards, graphics & a cheap USB3 card.. the latter is what's causing the problems I think, I can still cause a freeze by unplugging and plugging in certain things to it.

I ended up moving the RX 580 to an 8 lane slot and the USB card to another slot too. That made it better but not stable until I turned off one of the ethernet ports.

 

I will look closer at the USB ports now.

At a later point I will trick the the motherboard so it won't complain about fans/usb not being connected and demand F1 press to boot.

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11 hours ago, Rocky12 said:

Would you like to share your EFI Folder can you install from USB Installer  Big Sur

I will definitely share my EFI, I just need to clean it up a bit first.


I'm still struggling with USB, can't get the mobo USB ports to work and it seems my USB3 card is acting up and making the computer unstable.
I did manage to run the USBMap.command to make an injector kext but only when booted to Mojave with Clover.

It doesn't work though, neither does USBInjectAll.

 

I haven't tried Big Sur yet, haven't even looked into getting the beta installer.

When is the final supposed to be released?

 

EDIT:

This is what I get when trying to run USBMap.command on Catalina boosted by OC:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/Users/rob/Desktop/USBMap-master/USBMap.py", line 1130, in <module>
    u = USBMap()
  File "/Users/rob/Desktop/USBMap-master/USBMap.py", line 54, in __init__
    self.check_controllers()
  File "/Users/rob/Desktop/USBMap-master/USBMap.py", line 162, in check_controllers
    assert self.controllers # Error if it's not populated after forcing
AssertionError
logout
Saving session...
...copying shared history...
...saving history...truncating history files...
...completed.

 

Also, I found another USB3 card in some old box of computer parts.. trying that now. Unfortunately I think it was based on the same chip but we'll see how it goes. :)

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These weird lock-ups might not have anything to do with my OC/OSX install .... resetting all BIOS settings and testing with Ubuntu.

Could be a problem with memory, motherboard or even one of the CPU's.

I have a lot of other things to do but I'll try figure it out.
Will also try to post a clean EFI folder so others can try.

 

EDIT:

It was hanging in Ubuntu too until I did a factory reset of the BIOS.

Perhaps the hackintosh boot loader is messing up the BIOS when trying to write NVRAM or something? (I don't know how that stuff is supposed to work.)

I remember having similar issues with my first hackintosh where I had to factory reset the BIOS to get it going again after crashing.

Now it's been running Ubuntu with mprime stress test for 4 hours. :thumbsup_anim:

EDIT2: .. and then it locked up when stopping the stress test. :thumbsdown_anim:

EDIT3: It was working well when I turned off Multiprocessor in the BIOS so I took out the second CPU and its RAM, cleaned it properly and reseated.

Seems to be working well now... :thumbsup_anim: (am I jinxing it now??)

If it hadn't been a new install I would have checked the RAM/CPU right away. And the problem often showing up when plugging/unplugging USB threw me off.

It has now handled Prime95 for a while and stopping and restarting the torture test many times (this was impossible before).

The USBMap kext I made with the commandline tool in Mojave isn't working but now it might be stable enough to dig around in the IORegistry without freezing so I'll try to get USB ports working.

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My machine is very stable but I haven't managed to get proper power management or built in USB working. I haven't even bothered with audio since I'm using USB audio that's connected to the USB3 card.
I'm using NullCPUPowerManagement.kext and it's switching the whole packages between 1596 MHz and 3591 MHz (one multiplier higher than X5690 specs). I have Enhanced Turbo turned on in BIOS.

It stays cool with cores around 30-35 C under "idle" load with normal background tasks and around 68-70 C under Prime95 24 thread torture test with small FFT for maximum CPU stress/heat.

I'm using MacPro6,1 SMBIOS.

 

I will share a cleaned up OC EFI folder but also include the ssdt files I have for power management and USB map even though I can't make them work.
I'm just not knowledgeable enough to get it to work fully but would love it if someone else want to give it a try.

 

Including pics of the temps, frequencies and speed test of the NVME boot drive in the PCIe slot.

If I run the speed test for a long time it can start throttling down due to higher temps.

Also, this NVME drive should but be bootable by BIOS but I haven't gotten this to work so I'm using a regular SSD for OC (much preferred over USB).

I might look into getting the factory overclocked RX 580 to perform better but I'm not too concerned. :)

 

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It's not very tidy and pretty now but this is how it looks inside.
I'll probably put a bunch of SSD's in there but don't want to use the original HD rack so I'll make a new, simple one with better air flow.
Plenty of fans at low speed gives pretty silent operation.
The CPU coolers are actually a bit big but they fit perfectly when I kinda slid them together so the fins are interlaced.

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Hello everyone and happy new year, someone is looking at installing Big Sur on Z400 with OpenCore or Clover. Me with Clover I arrive at the installation, I start it but it freezes 7min from the end no way to find out why and with OpenCore I have a little more trouble because it gives me a kernel panic certainly due to my Kexts. If you have any idea. Thank you all.

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Hi everyone,

I need some help. First of all thanks a lot for all your work, this topic is fantastic! I'm a newie and I'm trying to install high sierra on my z800 (I tried also with Mojave). I read a lot of pages in this topic and I tried different guides but I always stop at the same point: I create the usb pen (I used buddy app but also the terminal code), it starts and go successfully (except some error and warning) to the panel control, from there I see the ssd where I would like to install and I can format it (I choose AFPS)... but then when I start the installation I get always the same error message: this copy of high sierra is corrupted and you can't use it to install high sierra (I tried different version of the installer 10.13.0., 10.13.6 downloaded from apple store but the result is always the same). 

I used all the kext recommended by rocky12, and also the config.plist and the dsdt rocky12 released. But nothing. 

Then I used the config.plist that already worked on my previous installation on the same z800 (el capitan).

I used also the same dsdt but I don't know if it's ok or not.

Anyway I stop always at the same point. (see image) 

please can you help me?

 

 

my z800 specifications:

2x 2,93 GH 6-Core Intel Xeon

96 GB DDR3 1333 Mhz

Radeon Sapphire RX 580 Pulse (Lite edition)

500 GB SSD 970 EVO NVMe

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Hi tale77, I once had the same problem with my Z400. Reason was a reset of my bios which also resetted the system clock. After setting the date to the correct value the installation image did work without any problems. I don't really think this will solve your problem, but maybe you check it just to be sure ... 

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so... finally I succeeded!

Mojave is running pretty well on my z800 but I still have some problems with the GPU.

I don't use whatewheregreen + Lilu because it caused KP in the installation process.

After the installation, Mojave was running very slowly and bad and I had always glitches on the monitor (only 1 port was working). So I found a guide to patch the Framebuffer using Orinoco and adapting it to my GPU (a sapphire radeon rx 580 pulse lite edition). So at the moment I'm patching the AMD9500Controller using clover injection that solved many problems but not all of them (I read it's not a good way, better could be to modify the dsdt but I don't know how to do! In some other treads I read that it's not possible to do Framebuffer patching with Mojave but I'm doing it, how is it possible?). The workstation is stable and fast, everything is working, it even comes back from the sleep and all the video ports are working but only 2 at a time (if I connect a third monitor I get glitches and no video but the sound works by HDMI). Anyway even if I use only 2 monitors I get glitches and I feel the GPU is not running very well. Someone can help me? 

I share my efi folder (but I had to remove a file in order to stay under 10MB. the file is Firmware.scap that normally is in the folder APPLE inside the EFI folder).

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