- May 29, 2013
- Gigabyte Z390 M Gaming
- i9-9900K OC'd @ 5.0GHz
- Radeon VII
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
I'm holding out hope that USB 4 will actually stop all of this renaming nonsense and finally give Hackintosh owners OOB working, hotplug capable TH3 without the need for custom SSDTs and all the hoops to jump through. Doesn't hurt to dream a little. I'm definitely not buying a new motherboard till all this is sorted out. Probably by 2020 or 21.
Meet USB4, which promises to simply the USB naming scheme and integrate the high-bandwidth Thunderbolt 3 specification.www.pcworld.com
I am using 10.14.3.
Yes, I installed the port-limit removal patch.
What do you mean your last statement? Will you explain it, please!:
"You motherboard is one which will work fine with USBInjectAll and an SSDT. "
I was just saying that your motherboard is one which will work properly once it has been set up correctly .
Mojave 10.14.3 causes problems for the port-limit removal patch and will probably not work so you will have to create an SSDT by following the guide without seeing all available ports in IORegistryExplorer. People are working on this problem but my own tests have shown the patches being offered as working, are not yet reliable.
Follow the guide and map your ports. Then decide which you will be excluding to get down to the 15-ports required. Complete the template and compile it, then place the resulting USB-SSDT.aml file in the Patched directory as shown.
Hopefully your 15 ports should then show correctly in IORegistryExplorer.
Finally. IORegistryExplorer show the ports in section XHC@14. The search option in IORegistryExplorer made me fool....Never use the search option in there! I am starting to make ssdt patching. Actually usb3 still not showing, but my first plan to make patch for usb2 to make the sleep is working again...