- Feb 13, 2012
- Gigabyte Z370M D3H
- RX 560
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Hi there.Hi everyone, I followed the guide and managed to map my USB ports, the ports are working but now Bluetooth isn't working anymore. I noticed that my Broadcom card (internally plugged into the m.2 slot, replacing original gigabyte card, not actually plugged into a USB port) was seen by IORegistryExplorer in port HS10 so I kept it active setting it as "USBConnector", 255, but still it doesn't work (and now disappeared in IORegistryExplorer). WiFi is working properly (and it wasn't mentioned in IORegistryExplorer).
What should I do?
In attachment the SSDT_USB.aml file and a screenshot of IORegistryExplorer before rebooting with SSDT file in EFI folder.
Thanks a lot for helping, guys!
1) Your SSDT looks okay .
2) The IOReg output shows that the Bluetooth adapter is connected as a hub. This is usually a problem. Because a hub can be more than one port you can't configure them, only single ports.
As the motherboard has clearly 'pinched' one of the USB ports for the m.2 slot, maybe the internal wiring for this turns it into a hub rather than a simple port. Or maybe the adapter/riser card, if you used one, is responsible. Disabling HS10 otherwise seems an odd choice. I checked the Gigabyte manual but I see no mention of this in the BIOS set-up.
When you did your port testing prior to building the SSDT template, did you, by any chance, do this without the wireless/BT card in place? If so did you notice if the HS10 port was present elsewhere, or not?
3) Check About this Mac / System Report / USB and the "USB Device Tree" to see what controllers and hubs are showing.