- Aug 27, 2011
- GB Z490 Vision G
- i9 10850K OC @ 5.2 GHz
- Vega 64 LC + HD 630
- Mobile Phone
One anecdotal piece of evidence is this:
I am planning to include the modified DMAR table with the release of OpenCore 0.7.2.
- Many of us who modified our DMAR tables run dual boot systems (Window and macOS).
- So far no one has reported any issue in Windows...so far.
Thanks for confirming that you and other users haven't seen an issue with the modified DMAR table when booting Windows 10 via OpenCore.
I figured as much but thought i'd ask the question ...
I still don't really understand why the OpenCore dev team can't just add a simple flag that stops OC from injecting custom ACPI tables for OS's other than MacOS ... it would make things much simpler for most users and take away any uncertainty with ACPI code that can not use the _STA solution.
The question/suggestion has been asked multiple times over the last few years on the Acidanthera Bug Tracker ... and every time it gets rejected ... I believe that one reason they gave was to do with boot camp drivers.
I think the current AppleVTD enabling method works well as long as it's properly implemented (looking at you DMAR) so makes sense to include it in the next EFI release.
Keep up the great work ...