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1 hour ago, headkaze said:

Check out Hackintool v2.3.1. Right-click on a PCI device and select "Copy IOReg Path". Launch IORegistryExplorer and select Go->Go to Path... menu option. Paste in the path and click the "Go to Path" button.

Awesome, thank's a lot!

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On 4/20/2019 at 1:55 AM, headkaze said:

It just means it doesn't recognize the controller. The latest version should improve this.

 

Hackintool v2.2.6 Released

- Improved Boot EFI detection

- Set Boot EFI manually

- AppleIntelInfo shows 30 second timer to log CStates. Restores HWP state after logging. Added Intel Regs warning

- Calculator now shows reverse bytes

 

Hackintool v2.2.7 Released
- Added VDA Decoder status
- Added DevicePath for PCI devices
- Export PCI Devices list to desktop

Working!! Thank you! Best hack tool ever man!!!

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19 hours ago, steve3d said:

hi, @headkaze, can you make hackintool export this config for clover?

I will look at adding that soon. Interestingly enough I changed Hackintool to use the pcidebug value in IOReg instead of gfxutil yesterday as I was finding it was more accurate. If you get a chance check out Hackintool 2.3.4 and see if the exported values are correct. It will now generate a table and a json format files. Next I will add Devices/Properties and perhaps even DSDT format.

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Hello headkaze

 

video HD 4600 desktop Platform id 0x0D220003, in General and Advanced what should I flag to generate the patch

Thanks

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Hi, can this be fixed in an upcoming release?

 

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In the PCI section the device is shown correctly:

 

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In the "PCIManeger" tool you are correctly informed:

 

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Thank you

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@headkaze I applaud your effort and time spent developing this excellent tool, kudos for implementing some of the user feature requests. 

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Hackintool v2.3.1 Released
- UI Updates

 

Hackintool v2.3.2 Released
- Monitor PCI hotplug

 

Hackintool v2.3.3 Released
- Extract DSDT (phpdev32)
- Auto update PCIIDs (MuntashirAkon)
- Export PCI list in JSON format

 

Hackintool v2.3.4 Released
- Updated audio codecs
- Export PCI list in Clover and dsl format
- Now dumps all ACPI tables and decompiles to dsl

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I've just checked 2.3.4, pci list is fine, but after I added the config to clover, Now I have another audio device called 'System Sound Device', that seems a strange device to me..

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6 minutes ago, steve3d said:

I've just checked 2.3.4, pci list is fine, but after I added the config to clover, Now I have another audio device called 'System Sound Device', that seems a strange device to me..

Please try 2.3.5

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just tried 2.3.5, the ‘System Sound Device' still exists. and the device slots are designated as Internal@3,0,1, that's a bit odd..

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4 minutes ago, steve3d said:

just tried 2.3.5, the ‘System Sound Device' still exists. and the device slots are designated as Internal@3,0,1, that's a bit odd..

The "@3,0,1" part just means it's a bridged device. "System Sound Device" could just be the audio connector for the video card.

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Hello headkaze

 

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video HD 4600 desktop Platform id 0x0D220003, in General and Advanced what should I flag to generate the patch

Thanks

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23 minutes ago, Alpha22 said:

video HD 4600 desktop Platform id 0x0D220003, in General and Advanced what should I flag to generate the patch

Thanks

Try Patch->AzulPatcher4600 menu

 

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30 minutes ago, Alpha22 said:

how to extract it from the app

Check the patch is right by clicking "Generate Patch", then use File->Export->Clover config.plist to add the patch to your config.plist.

 

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