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FIX FAILED DEVICE-ID INJECTION ON OPENCORE


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Specs :

-Intel i3 2348M Sandybridge (HM76 Chipset) 
-IHD3000
-RAM 6GB
-macOS Sierra 10.12.6
-Opencore 0.6.4


Hi, how to fix failed device-id injection on Opencore? I already set device-id to 3A1C0000 but after boot to macOS and show ioreg is still 3A1E0000, it's cause my hackintosh not successful to QECI. Please help. Thanks.

 

EFI OPENCORE :

https://www.dropbox.com/s/xeoy75lr6oi4h5f/17%3A12 EFI.zip?dl=0

 

IOREG :

https://www.dropbox.com/s/zpa6d9dsc3krpnu/17%3A12 MacBook Pro.zip?dl=0

Ok, I tested IMEI device-id injection on my Sandy Bridge/HD3000 Dell Latitude E6220. Default IMEI id is 0x3a1c0000. I tried the opposite you aim to do, i.e. I attempted to inject dev id 0x3a1e0000 (default Ivy Bridge value). No success through Clover config but success by direct injection in the DSDT. Of course, I lost all graphics acceleration and the laptop took ages to boot to desktop.

IMEI_dev-id_injection.jpg

 

I'd say there's a good chance the SSDT I posted above should provide a satisfactory result.

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