- Nov 8, 2011
- ASRock X99 Extreme4/3.1
- Gigabyte GTX 960 OC 2GB
you can use this fork, or just add iMac19,2 to the plist yourself
As per rules, please update your hardware profile to allow others to help you easierDear all,
Would it be possible to disable a specific port of an internal MB USB2.0 hub?
I'm trying to disable port with location ID = 0x14930000 under HS13 (H150i because it brakes sleep) - see ioreg attached, while still using the other ones (e.g. BRCM20702).
One option would be to simply disconnect the cable to the cooler but I still want to use it in Windows...
If macOS 10.13.6 can mount the stick then the stick is in the ioregistry. Use the following commands, then examine the text files created:I am going through discovery process and there is something I don't understand: I boot with HS ports only, 14 in total on my MB, but for one USB port when I insert a USB stick, neither IORegistryExplorer nor USBMap python tool show me the activated port despite macOS 10.13.6 being able to mount the stick.
Another peculiar thing is that two other ports don't react at all on insertion of the stick.
ioreg -filw0 > ioreg.txt diskutil list > diskutillist.txt system_profiler SPUSBDataType > systemprofilerusb.txt
Thanks for your reply.Possibly, the port you connected the stick to is not part of the chipset XHC and is therefore not part of the discovery.
Do the two ports that don't react work in Windows? Use Device Manager in Windows, View by Connection.