Hi there @Humanate - did you ever find an answer? I am seeing the same thing.Thanks. I'll go to the Hackintool thread for help on that
When you are near your machine, can you tell me re the PR11 and PR21 should they be showing on EH01/02? - I'm really trying to get an answer on this and any help is appreciated
I didn't get a definitive answer, come back @RehabMan , we miss you! However, I spoke to @headkaze, creator of Hackintool and he thought I could ignore the PR11 and PR 21 hubs. I used hackintool to map my ports and then used it to make a kext which injected my 15 usb ports plus PR11 and PR21. My system seems to work well, USB3 speeds are as they should be, and all ports working as expected. System is stable and sleep/wake works (always have issues with this if USB not configured correctly) so for now, I am happy
I’m happy to report that the problems have been resolved. There were two issues: I had the wrong device ID in my SSID, a 9 instead of an 8, and I had enabled the embedded graphics in my Haswell chip to make it possible to switch between the 650 TI card and the 4600 for testing without adding the necessary patches to Clover to properly handle the 4600.Hi,
My system was behaving fine for quite a while and then started crashing upon waking from sleep. I had been using the port limit patch, not knowing it was not a good approach, and then found out about the USBInjectAll kext. I have built the kext, changing only the build version to 14.x, with a custom SSDT using just the (14) USB2 ports on the XCHI chip, and using -via_disable_ss to disable the (6) USB3 ports, and it still reboots when waking from sleep, after logging into an account..
I have an Apple USB keyboard with the two USB ports and am using them for both the bluetooth dongle and the logitech wireless mouse receiver. If I choose sleep from the login screen, the machine almost makes it back to the login screen, but I have an overlay on top of the login screen and have to reboot. The values for connector type on all 14 ports is a 3; 8 of them were specified as 0 in the SSDT.
I need help!
It's not a problem and no, you don't want to change them.Somehow, my HS and SS ports are named differently.
The same port might be HS01 for USB2 AND SS03 for USB3.
Is this a problem and is there a way to correct the name of the SS ports