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Battery 0% On high sierra 10.3.2 HP Probook 650 G1

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53 minutes ago, Allan said:

Your old EFI doesn't have the new SMC fixes, you don't make a backup?

I have but when i add the new SMC.kext
When i add 
VirtualSMC.kext and VirtualSMC.efi to my new EFI my system wont boot and gives me the same errors 
VirtualSMC Key missing
VirtualSMC value Not found
like the picture i have sent it to you 
but when i remove it from my EFI my system start working normal

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1 hour ago, Allan said:

I'll try do more modifications in your DSDT, and when I get home, I can help you.

Thank you so much @Allan i’ll wait you

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1 hour ago, Allan said:

Test: DSDT.aml.zip

Hello mr @Allan like always battery 0%

i have tried to add some flags like abm_poledelay etc.. with it nothing always battery 0% without the flag and using your dsdt battery appears “battery not charging” 0%

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15 hours ago, Allan said:

Hi, test this new one: DSDT.aml.zip

Hi mr @Allan i have tested it battery 0% it's like nothing changed except the icon of the battery appears from login in before I should go to ''saver'' and click on the icon battery statue to show me it's 0% but now it appears by it's own

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5 minutes ago, onemanOSX said:

Are you really using zone distro for installation?

 

In any case, try this

 

 

DSDT.aml.zip

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Yes i swear i used before a modifed one 
but after that i formated everything and i'm using a clean version they call it vanilla but i use the icon from a modifed version otherwise 
I'm using a clean vanilla version 
i will use your dsdt and i will tel you for any thing news 
Thank you 
i use also abm_delaypole boot-flag for battery

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1 minute ago, BibouI said:

i use also abm_delaypole boot-flag for battery

not sure what this bootflag does. But, I have the impression its not required for battery status.

 

 

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Just now, onemanOSX said:

not sure what this bootflag does. But, I have the impression its not required for battery status.

 

 

I will try your dsdt and i will try using it and without it and i will tell you with the results now 
I have a quick question every time i replace my dsdt with yours do i need to do kext and nvram clean cache or no ?

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1 minute ago, BibouI said:

have a quick question every time i replace my dsdt with yours do i need to do kext and nvram clean cache or no ?

Not required as far as I know. I only rebuild cache & permissions when dealing with kexts installed in S/L/E only.

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4 minutes ago, onemanOSX said:

Not required as far as I know. I only rebuild cache & permissions when dealing with kexts installed in S/L/E only.

Thanks For clearing it

i used your dsdt with and without the boot-flag my system stuck on this:5B216601-E995-4379-BE82-9CF00936DF5C.thumb.jpeg.12834a8241ace9b153d914df3ecd3537.jpeg

After couple minutes It showed me this one:

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the verbose shows more of failure of usb ports. What other dsdt patches were done before in your patched folder?

 

I dissembled your dsdt and applied windows 10 patch and the battery patch, only.

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1 minute ago, onemanOSX said:

the verbose shows more of failure of usb ports. What other dsdt patches were done before in your patched folder?

 

I dissembled your dsdt and applied windows 10 patch and the battery patch, only.

 

It’s dsdt patched from madln i really don’t know but i think for graphic cards 

maybe failure cuz i’m using my external hard drive there when my Macintosh is and with your new dsdt failed to read my system ?

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2 minutes ago, BibouI said:

i’m using my external hard drive there when my Macintosh is

try using a different usb port. You will need a reliable way of booting to eliminate problems

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1 minute ago, onemanOSX said:

try using a different usb port. You will need a reliable way of booting to eliminate problems

 

I already tried all my usb ports all of them 3.0 and wont work the system 

i can restor the system i have usb stick 

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1 minute ago, onemanOSX said:

 

Try this and see if it helps

DSDT.aml.zip

Thank you

just one moment I have an idea i will take off my hard drive and put it in 2.0 adabtapeur and i will use your old dsdt see if it works if didnt i will restor the system and use your new one

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Mr @onemanOSX actually when i used the 2.0 it make the booting veryyyy slow but i think it works and faild or something 

check with the old dsdt and using 2.0 adaptaur what i get

after this msg my laptop shutdown automatically 

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