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Battery 0% On high sierra 10.3.2 HP Probook 650 G1

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@Allan @onemanOSX
Hello I have removed my system and i installed new one 10.13.6 
I did not touch anything expect install liul + whatevergreen Can u help me with doing the right things now ?Fixing my DSDT battery + touchpad gesture + brightness and other things if u know to make my system works perfectly ? 
and please send me your paypal link to donate to you after your work 
Thank youu
My laptop is 
HP Probook 650 G1 
Intel 4600 HD 
I attached everything 

Send me MACs-Air.zip

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5 hours ago, onemanOSX said:

Can you try boot this dsdt?

 

Thanks.

DSDT.aml.zip

i have error

this port not insficcuent power and my system wont boot maybe your dsdt missing usb patch or something

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22 hours ago, onemanOSX said:

are u still trying to boot via USB?

I removed your dsdt and made permission for my disk and start working again

i think your dsdt something missing like usb patch or something cuz like i wrote i’m using an external hard drive for my mackintosh 

On 9/3/2018 at 11:32 PM, Allan said:

Google to -> [Guide] HP ProBook/EliteBook/Zbook using Clover UEFI hotpatch

I already tried but i’m missing things only working with dsdt patch i’ve tried to complie my dsdt always i have errors and even if i remove them my system wont work that’s why i need some help about dsdt patches

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But the RehabMan's guide are just copy/paste. He already did the patches, you just need download the files (via Terminal) put in the right places, reboot maybe more than 1x times, and done.

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12 hours ago, onemanOSX said:

When i disassemble your dsdt, multiple errors relating to power and usb are found. You cant just delete those errors from the script.

And what is the solution to delete those errors @onemanOSX

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