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Thats impossible... i can inject everywhere but not in RP09.PXSX... lol

 

Jan?

 

Do you have something else that injects there? 

 

Remove please FakePCI-ID completely.... seems for me like fakepci overwrites my changes...

 

Cheers

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removed - PCI Inject for Broadcom. 

 

thats the only fakepci inject i got afaik.

 

Nope...

 

The problem is, i can inject anywhere what i want...

 

but not into RP09.PXSX

 

We try different thing, im going to rename PXSX into SSD0 and check if this works...

 

Try this dsdt please:

DSDT.aml3.zip

 

And ioreg^^

Thanks :-)

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Here; https://pikeralpha.wordpress.com/2015/11/18/home-sweet-home/

 

 

 

This isn’t everything I want to share, but not everything is so well documented and can be shared right now; Like my AMD (black screen) patch, USB patches, SATA (express) patches and NVMe support for Samsung 950 PRO NMVe.

 

Thought you'd be as interested as I am... holding back buying one of those for now.

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yep but injection not :-(

 

thats really strange...

 

Okay, final test, to see if we can inject any testvalue into pxsx/ssd0...

attachicon.gifDSDT.aml4.zip

 

Hey there sorry for my late reply was pretty busy the last days.

the inject works - if i boot with your modifications my mac won't boot, but after i remove the IONVMeFamily.kext it will boot.

So seems the Apple driver is actually loaded but has some issues + missing modifications either via SSDT or inside the kext.

 

I also patched the Apple SSD binary and removed the Apple SSD check but thats not enough seems to be.

Can post a IOReg tomorrow.

 

Edit:

Post of io reg -> seems it didn't do anything again.. but i was pretty sure i saw it once in io rexexplorer.. :/

 

 

Regards

Jan

jan’s iMac.zip

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not at the moment...

 

i will dig in if i get a nvme m.2 (2260) ssd...

but there is no one atm available, so you need to wait till anyone of the devs get a nvme ssd...

 

Cheers

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Courtesy of a kind soul at MR who goes by JimJ, MacVidCards will be releasing a NVMe driver for OS X.

 

Will be posted within next 48 hours and be FREE for personal use.

 

I'm seeing 1500 MB/s read & writes in a 5,1 Mac Pro.

 

Will be interesting what it will do in a Hack.

 

I will update with a link when it is released.

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Courtesy of a kind soul at MR who goes by JimJ, MacVidCards will be releasing a NVMe driver for OS X.

 

Will be posted within next 48 hours and be FREE for personal use.

 

I'm seeing 1500 MB/s read & writes in a 5,1 Mac Pro.

 

Will be interesting what it will do in a Hack.

 

I will update with a link when it is released.

 

This is amazing news! Thanks for the update rominator!

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Courtesy of a kind soul at MR who goes by JimJ, MacVidCards will be releasing a NVMe driver for OS X.

 

Will be posted within next 48 hours and be FREE for personal use.

 

I'm seeing 1500 MB/s read & writes in a 5,1 Mac Pro.

 

Will be interesting what it will do in a Hack.

 

I will update with a link when it is released.

Aswesome thanks for letting us know rominator!

 

Im just in the middle of porting the bsd driver if someone did the job already thats really great news..!

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Yes, yes, it's coming. I built an entire "store" [age for it and discovered that even if price was $0.00 it still was going to force everyone through checkout...not a useable system.

 

So just doing it as a page. Sent it off to developer and he had some suggestions which I am doing today (Sunday) and then I will send it to him again for approval.

 

Should be ready to go by Monday.

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Yes, yes, it's coming. I built an entire "store" [age for it and discovered that even if price was $0.00 it still was going to force everyone through checkout...not a useable system.

 

So just doing it as a page. Sent it off to developer and he had some suggestions which I am doing today (Sunday) and then I will send it to him again for approval.

 

Should be ready to go by Monday.

Thank you, I've been f5'ing you page waiting for it to update,  I have a unformatted drive in my system just waiting to test. 

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Good luck getting it thru the legal stuff and the website. So can't wait to try this.

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