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6 minutes ago, matgeo said:

@Matgen84 , that's what I did. Isn't that right?

@Andres ZeroCross , I know about that. But doesn't stop me from booting on High Sierra on both Clover and OC. Is it possible for you to take a look if we can fix that errors? Attaching origin folder.

Screenshot 2019-08-14 at 10.35.42 am.pdf

origin.zip


Try to remove VodooI2C.kext and VodooI2CHID.kext first,. and try it. Post for the result

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3 minutes ago, Andres ZeroCross said:


Then it mean, you don't have EC device in your DSDT. 

I have a ECDV device. I rename ECDV to EC at config/plist but doesn't seems to work on OC (works with Clover).

On High Sierra everything is fine with OC on the same config.

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2 minutes ago, matgeo said:

I have a ECDV device. I rename ECDV to EC at config/plist but doesn't seems to work on OC (works with Clover).

On High Sierra everything is fine with OC on the same config.


Your config.plist only change ECDV to EC in DSDT table,, there is no guarantee there is no ECDV in other OEM SSDT

2 minutes ago, iTTT said:

hello,

 

may i know how to enable VT-d ? thanks.

Just go to BIOS and enable your VT-D,, it's simple like that

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2 minutes ago, Andres ZeroCross said:


Your config.plist only change ECDV to EC in DSDT table,, there is no guarantee there is no ECDV in other OEM SSDT

So , what should I do?

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4 minutes ago, Andres ZeroCross said:


Your config.plist only change ECDV to EC in DSDT table,, there is no guarantee there is no ECDV in other OEM SSDT

Just go to BIOS and enable your VT-D,, it's simple like that

 

BIOS already enabled.

 

how about setting for DisableIoMapper ? Yes or No ?

 

thanks.

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5 minutes ago, iTTT said:

 

BIOS already enabled.

 

how about setting for DisableIoMapper ? Yes or No ?

 

thanks.

Ofcourse NO,, Block DMAR table = No, and don't use dart=0

Edited by Andres ZeroCross

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2 minutes ago, Andres ZeroCross said:

Ofcourse NO,, Block DMAR table = No, and don't use dart=0

 

...umm.... ok, then i set DisableIoMapper=No.

 

but i also use boot-args= dart=0,  no problem for sleep and wake.

 

should i delete dart =0 or change it to others value?

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Just now, iTTT said:

 

...umm.... ok, then i set DisableIoMapper=No.

 

but i also use boot-args= dart=0,  no problem for sleep and wake.

 

should i delete dart =0 or change it to others value?

dart=0 DisableIoMapper and drop DMAR is same function to prevent VT-D

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7 minutes ago, Andres ZeroCross said:

dart=0 DisableIoMapper and drop DMAR is same function to prevent VT-D

 

omg~~~~~ thanks so much. i will remove it.

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22 minutes ago, matgeo said:

OK.

Succesfully booted into Catalina after added a fake EC device with SSDT-ECUSBX.aml.

But now I have a EC and a ECDV device?

Would that be a problem?

SSDT-ECUSBX.aml

Screenshot 2019-08-14 at 12.06.09 pm.pdf

 

So disable it. There is a sample in OpenCore repo. https://github.com/acidanthera/OpenCorePkg/blob/master/Docs/AcpiSamples/SSDT-EC-USBX.dsl#L34

 

    External (_SB_.PCI0.LPCB.ECDV, DeviceObj)

    Scope (\_SB.PCI0.LPCB.ECDV)
    {
        Method (_STA, 0, NotSerialized)  // _STA: Status
        {
            If (_OSI ("Darwin"))
            {
                Return (0)
            }
            Else
            {
                Return (0x0F)
            }
        }
    }

587696155_ScreenShot2019-08-14at12_28_36PM.thumb.png.3654f3713c5282cd578915b0445bd884.png

 

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29 minutes ago, matgeo said:

OK.

Succesfully booted into Catalina after added a fake EC device with SSDT-ECUSBX.aml.

But now I have a EC and a ECDV device?

Would that be a problem?

SSDT-ECUSBX.aml

Screenshot 2019-08-14 at 12.06.09 pm.pdf

Disable ECDV can be problematic, some device still need ECDV. keep both is no problem after all. Just disable ECDV if get problem with it.

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2 hours ago, matgeo said:

OK.

Succesfully booted into Catalina after added a fake EC device with SSDT-ECUSBX.aml.

But now I have a EC and a ECDV device?

Would that be a problem?

SSDT-ECUSBX.aml

Screenshot 2019-08-14 at 12.06.09 pm.pdf

Here is mine after renaming ECDV to EC. Per looking over this thread, it says if this is a laptop, we have to keep the EC device after renaming since battery stats are tied to it. My laptop doesn't even allow me to disable ECDV as a test as if I do, my laptop will freeze during boot so just have to keep it there. Question I have though is I used Hackintool to customize my USB devices, in the past the tool wouldn't generate a SSDT-EC.aml, but now it does and it doesn't give me a SSDT-USBx.aml file. Is the USBx power properties no longer needed in 10.15 or in that case, do I just use the SSDT-ECUSBx.aml, without the EC portion? I do have a AppleBusPowerController in IOResources, but not on the EC device like 10.14 did when used with USBx.

IOReg.jpg

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12 minutes ago, Andrw0380 said:

Here is mine after renaming ECDV to EC. Per looking over this thread, it says if this is a laptop, we have to keep the EC device after renaming since battery stats are tied to it. My laptop doesn't even allow me to disable ECDV as a test as if I do, my laptop will freeze during boot so just have to keep it there. Question I have though is I used Hackintool to customized my USB devices, in the past the tool wouldn't generate a SSDT-EC.aml, but now it does and it doesn't give me a SSDT-USBx.aml. Is the USBx power properties no longer needed in 10.15? I do have a AppleBusPowerController in IOResources, but not on the EC device like 10.14 did when used with USBx.

IOReg.jpg

How did you manage to do the renaming?

Would you mind uploading you oc folder?

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9 hours ago, matgeo said:

How did you manage to do the renaming?

Would you mind uploading you oc folder?

Here you go. Hackintool provides you some of the patches that is needed based on your laptop config so that's where I got the rename command from.

OC.zip

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