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pastrychef, if one is to use the SSDT in the above post, does one have to not use the MultiBeast USB options? Please elaborate. TIA.

If you use the SSDT-USB.aml, you can delete the the 15 port limit patch. However, you must still remember to use the IOAPCI patch as detailed in the first post of this thread (Step #2).

Here's what I did:
  1. Added the SSDT-USB.aml file to my /EFI/EFI/Clover/ACPI/patched/ folder.
  2. Deleted the 15 USB port limit patch from KextsToPatch in my config.plist.
  3. Added the the IOAPCI fix to KextsToPatch in my config.plist. (Easiest way is to just copy/paste from post #1 using TextEdit.)
    Screen Shot 2016-11-06 at 11.03.11 AM.png
  4. Chose which USB ports I wanted to disable to bring my active USB ports down to 15. Then enter it in to config.plist.
  5. I chose to disable the two USB ports next to the the USB3.1 ports and the unused internal USB2 header ports which resulted in: uia_exclude=HS07;HS08;HS09;HS10;HS11;HS12;HS13;SS07;SS08;SS09;SS10
    Screen Shot 2016-11-06 at 11.00.48 AM.png
 
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Thanksfor the awesome guide, ammulder!

Here's my contribution, SSDT-USB files for the Asus Maximus VIII Gene:

HS01: USB2 #1 from USB3 motherboard header 1, port <01 00 00 00>
HS02: USB2 #2 from USB3 motherboard header 1, port <02 00 00 00>
HS03: USB2 #1 below ethernet port, port <03 00 00 00>
HS04: USB2 #2 below ethernet port, port <04 00 00 00>
HS05: USB2 #1 below PS2 port, port <05 00 00 00>
HS06: USB2 #2 below PS2 port, port <06 00 00 00>
HS07: USB2 to right of USB3.1, port <07 00 00 00>
HS08: USB2 to right of USB3.1, port <08 00 00 00>

HS11: USB2 #1 on USB2 motherboard header 2, port <0b 00 00 00>
HS12: USB2 #2 on USB2 motherboard header 2, port<0c 00 00 00>
HS13: USB2 #1 on USB2 motherboard header 3, port <0d 00 00 00>
HS14: USB2 #2 on USB2 motherboard header 3 Internal Bluetooth, port<0e 00 00 00>

SS01: USB3 #1 from USB3 motherboard header 1, port <11 00 00 00>
SS02: USB3 #2 from USB3 motherboard header 1, port <12 00 00 00>
SS03: USB3 #1 below ethernet port, port <13 00 00 00>
SS04: USB3 #2 below ethernet port, port <14 00 00 00>
SS05: USB3 #1 below PS2 port, port <15 00 00 00>
SS06: USB3 #2 below PS2 port, port <16 00 00 00>
SS07: USB3 to right of USB3.1, port <17 00 00 00>
SS08: USB3 to right of USB3.1, port <18 00 00 00>

HS09-HS10: unused
SS09-SS10: unused
USR1,USR2: unused
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Hello pastrychef,

i have a Maximus VIII Formula can you help me make my usb working and my front case usb too ?
i am under 10.12.1

Thank you
 

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Hello pastrychef,

i have a Maximus VIII Formula can you help me make my usb working and my front case usb too ?
i am under 10.12.1

Thank you

It's extremely difficult to do it without having the computer physically in front of me. You need to map out which ports correspond to which HS##, SS##, and IORegistry ID. This is done with trial and error and monitoring IORegistry while doing so.

Even motherboards from the same manufacturer all have different mapping...
 
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It's extremely difficult to do it without having the computer physically in front of me. You need to map out which ports correspond to which HS##, SS##, and IORegistry ID. This is done with trial and error and monitoring IORegistry while doing so.

Even motherboards from the same manufacturer all have different mapping...

can you guide me to do it i really dont know how to
 

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can you guide me to do it i really dont know how to

  1. You must have all your USB ports functional to start. This is accomplished by using MultiBeast and applying the 15 port limit patch.
  2. You need one USB2 and one USB3 device available.
  3. Launch IORegistry.
  4. Plug your USB2 and USB3 devices in to each of the USB ports while monitoring IORegistry to see what their HS##, SS##, and ID are. Write it all down as I did in post #646. Using a picture helps a lot. Do not forget to map your internal USB2 header(s).
  5. Once you are done mapping it all out, you can follow my directions in post #648.
 
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I dont have USB 2.0 on either my motherboard or front usb case.

I have a 3.0 usb Pen and a 2.0 also, i already added the 15 port limit patch but some of the port aren't working
 

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I dont have USB 2.0 on either my motherboard or front usb case.

I have a 3.0 usb Pen and a 2.0 also, i already added the 15 port limit patch but some of the port aren't working

All your USB3 ports are also USB2 ports.
 
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All your USB3 ports are also USB2 ports.

Ok will try and get back to you if i have problems :)

I also want to disable the usb that control my H110i GTX because its breaking sleep
 

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Ok will try and get back to you if i have problems :)

I also want to disable the usb that control my H110i GTX because its breaking sleep

I don't know how the H110i works. I use air cooling. I think you are better asking in the general El Capitan or Sierra Support sub-forums for that.
 
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already read a lot of thing and now what to do it actually using usb in windows to change color and its in constant data sending about cpu temps ect that causing the problem with my hackintosh its sending the signal with data and its wake up it instantly so the thing to do it's to disable that port so no data sent and sleep will not brake
 
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