Discussion in 'Sierra Laptop Support' started by Lumikor, Apr 13, 2017.
Thanks... I will add it to the comments.
Ok, I found out my problem, I saved the file in the wrong format. However, when I do try to save it in ACPI format I get 189 errors.
"Ok, so my actions were to start my clover with F4, copy the origin dir to my desktop, copying refs.txt then going to terminal and
iasl -da -dl DSDT.aml SSDT*.aml
Open the new DSDT.dsl file, Patch, selecting the patch you mentioned, saved the file, copied it the /clover/acpi/patched and restarted.
Perhaps I missed something? at least I'm getting the feeling I'm starting to understand what the hell i'm doing "
you copied refs.txt but didn't use it in terminal, should be:
iasl -da -dl -fe refs.txt DSDT.aml SSDT*.aml
True that, and that solved the issue. Now checking if it works.
I can now see if the battery is charging or not, but indicator stays at 100%
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Ok, it seems to work now, but I still need to know if I patched it right (attaching the files) if I patched it right, I can confirm it works of Asus X556UA Kaby Lake.
Other then that, WiFi works again, I know it's unsupported but still, maybe someone can do something about it.
I've also tested the HDMI, I get video but no audio, I guess it the VoodooHDA, as far as I understand, newer Intel HD are not supported yet. Also checked HDMI to DVI and it doesn't work, I don't know if it's unsupported or just bad cable.
The N55SL/VivoBook patch has already been confirmed working on the X556UA.
I would replace the WiFi card to a supported one, so it would work without problems. I don't know if your bluetooth is working, but a compatible card (like the DW1560) would give you a bluetooth capability as well.
For HDMI Audio, Read here:
I don't know if you can make it work with VoodooHDA, but a patched AppleHDA is a better solution. Check out Mirone's AppleHDA Patcher here:
I'm going to order a USB stick, at least for now. Also, I don't use WiFi that much.
Now back to work, my HDMI-DVI cable works on MM2014, so I guess there is something different in Hackintosh. This is more important for me then HDMI Audio right now, I do wonder if the audio guide you linked also solved this issue so, far I couldn't find much about HDMI-DVI, but the morning just started.
My files haven't changed since #16
Ok, after two days of researching, I couldn't fix these two problems.
When I connect my Scarlet 2i2 (usb interface) I can see in the system report it's connected, but I can't do anything with it. I can't input or output, nothing. Again, I guess it's the VoodooHDA. There's also a problem with static when I connect my speakers, in total, VoodooHDA doesn't work great for me, although it does allow me to use HDMI video (without it, I cannot)
I deleted VoodooHDA (including the prefpan) and copied AppleHDA from the installation
Using this guide:
I ran audio_codecdetect_v2.2, which identified the laptops audio as ALC255 and offered me to inject it with Audio:ID 1,2,3 all 3 failed to show any results. (photo attached) Also used patched AppleHDA from:
I'm not sure if these two issues are related, my main concern is making the Scarlet work again, care less about everything else.
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