- May 29, 2013
- Mac Studio - Mac13,1
- M1 Max
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
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:
- Added the SSDT-USB.aml file to my /EFI/EFI/Clover/ACPI/patched/ folder.
- Deleted the 15 USB port limit patch from KextsToPatch in my config.plist.
- Added the the IOAPCI fix to KextsToPatch in my config.plist. (Easiest way is to just copy/paste from post #1 using TextEdit.)
- Chose which USB ports I wanted to disable to bring my active USB ports down to 15. Then enter it in to config.plist.
- 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