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    ben9923 replied to the thread VoodooI2C Help and Support.
    On my device I patch USTP, 8 (Find: 55535450 08) to XSTP, 8 (Replace: 58535450 08). Then added this via an SSDT: Name (USTP, One)
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    ben9923 replied to the thread VoodooI2C Help and Support.
    Great! Notice your DSDT already has SSCN and FMCN, they are just disabled by the USTP variable. You can try to patch this variable to a...
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    ben9923 replied to the thread VoodooI2C Help and Support.
    It should be _INI in the SSDT. The rename to XINI is meant to allow you to add an _INI method of your own - Via the SSDT. For some...
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    ben9923 replied to the thread VoodooI2C Help and Support.
    I see. Seems like your SSDT-AWAC has no effect, because your DSDT already has an (empty) _SB._INI method. You might want to patch it so...
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    ben9923 replied to the thread VoodooI2C Help and Support.
    IOReg and kernel log here shows trackpad has stopped working. Is that so? Seems like an error with that SSDT. Can you attach a full set...
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    ben9923 replied to the thread VoodooI2C Help and Support.
    Cool! I meant setting TPDM in the same SSDT as STAS and USTP. Add another External declaration there and set it within the same...
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    ben9923 replied to the thread VoodooI2C Help and Support.
    Add an External declaration for USTP just like the one for STAS at the top. You need to put the assignment to One inside the condition...
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    ben9923 replied to the thread VoodooI2C Help and Support.
    I'd stick with OpenCore :) Rename your SSDT-AWAC to something more general, like SSDT-INI and add this line inside (After setting STAS...
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    ben9923 replied to the thread VoodooI2C Help and Support.
    Looking at your patchmatic extraction, it seems like there's a duplicate XOSI SSDT, and the _OSI -> XOSI rename was not applied. Were...
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    ben9923 replied to the thread VoodooI2C Help and Support.
    First you can see in IOReg that your SMBIOS is MacBookPro1. Seems like a major (yet easy) issue you need to resolve. Assuming you're...
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