RehabMan, thanks for pointing that out. I double checked, I was using the latest copy of github, but I'm using the master branch. If I use the beta branch, it will generate the SSDT-8xG1h.aml.
I thought the beta branch is made for Mojave, since I'm with High Sierra, shall I also use the beta...
RehabMan, thanks for the reply.
I updated the clover to r4444 and use AptioMemoryFix.efi instead of OsxAptioFix2Drv-64.efi. The battery consumption is about same.
Also did several other experiments, like disable the smartcard/media card reader in BIOS, disable all of the USB via...
Updated the profile.
I noticed that windows would hibernate after certain amount of time. So before the experiments, I specifically disabled the hibernate feature on Windows 10. So for the 64 hours sleep, it kept everything in the memory.
The 840 G1 works perfectly with HS by using RehabMan's guide. The only issue bother me is the sleep battery drain.
Here is comparison between Windows 10 and HS:
Windows 10: sleep for 64 hours, battery from 100% to 78%
HS: sleep for 20 hours, battery from 78% to 50%
All of the USB ports seems...
Thanks, but what is orange port? The tiny pc lenovo m93p tiny only has one microphone and one headphone port.
I also tried other layout, 11, 66 all of them works for speaker & headphone, just 66 enables linein instead of internalmic.
Thanks toleda. AppleALC works! But not fully, only speaker or headphone works, but not both.
Per the document on https://github.com/acidanthera/AppleALC/wiki/Supported-codecs, it shows the AppleALC supports ALC283 with four layouts: 1, 3, 11, 66.
I tried all of the four layouts:
Hello, I followed https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/applehda-realtek-audio-guide.234732/#post-1606764
via cloverALC(audio_cloverALC-130_v0.5 2.command) to patch the AppleHDA driver. After reboot, I still couldn't get the audio device shown (tried multiple time :()
The desktop is a Lenovo m93p...