- Mar 4, 2014
- RX 580
- Mobile Phone
OK, I used Hackintool and this is what I found testing the ports:you could also use the hackintool as well:
it may be a little easier to go though, you refresh the page, plug usb2 and usb3 devices in and then delete the ones you don't need, it will then export a kext or a ssdt file you can useHACKINTOOL The Swiss army knife of vanilla Hackintoshing WARNING! Hackintool is not an automated patching tool that does all the work for you. Knowledge is required on how to patch before using it. Please read the Intel Framebuffer patching using WhateverGreen guide before you download this...www.tonymacx86.com
I then deleted ports not needed, leaving 16 active ports, like this:
I know I need to get to 15 ports, but I want to check before proceeding, questions:
1. SS01 is the internal header that leads to the front USB3 port on my case, should I set this as internal as above, or as USB3?
2. HP17 also leads to the front USB2 port on my case, should that be set as internal or USB2?
3. The "IOUSBHostDevice"at PR11 and 12 - I don't know what these mean, are they part of my 15 port limit?
Once I have got the above correct, I can export within the tool and I see it gives me SSDT-UIAC.aml and SSDT-EC.aml which I assume go in ACPI/Patched and also assume can remove the port limit patch
The kext USBPorts.kext is also generated. More confusion, do I still need USBInjectall, or do I use this instead and do I use with the SSDT's or the USBPorts.kext on its own
Sorry so many questions