- Feb 19, 2016
- ASUS ZenBook UX430UA-DH74
- Intel 620 1920x1080
Hello.hi to all brave people)
who could make some light?
High Sierra 10.3.6
-installed USBInjectAll.kext + UnsupportedXHC.kext
-clover usb limit patch 10.3.6
now with IORegistryExplorer or with Hackintool I write down all used ports... but I have problem detecting all SS USB3 ports... not all USB3 ports are visible I think, when I insert USB3 I don't have any feedback
Okay.well, thanks. that was my idea. but, searching, I don't find any other patch ..
High Sierra 10.13.6:
- Name*: com.apple.driver.usb.AppleUSBXHCI
- Find* [HEX]: 837D880F 0F83A704 0000
- Replace* [HEX]: 837D880F 90909090 9090
- Comment: USB 10.13.6+ by PMHeart
any ideas? I even tried to use -uia_exclude_ss and then -uia_exclude_hs to override usb limit patch
UPDATE: patch are good. maybe I need patch and other kext? like Mojave com.apple.iokit.IOUSBHostFamily or High Sierra 10.3.4 AppleUSBXHCIPCI
thanks for this tip) I will tryOkay.
It might depend on which Security Update you have installed. Currently we are at 2019-006. This is probably the reason. I am not aware that anyone has discovered a new PLRP for this upgrade.
However you can still create your SSDT without being able to see the USB3 ports, just try making the SS address 0x10 ports higher than its HS equivalent, so HS01 might be 01, 00, 00, 00 then try the SS01 port at 11, 00, 00, 00 etc.
Most of the big Intel chipsets did this. Some of the older, less powerful chips were only 0x08 ports higher.
Yes 6x USB3 ports is correct. The Intel X99 chipset has 6x USB3 ports and ASRock has put 4x on the back-panel and 2x on an internal header. So that looks okay - not sure where SS01 is though.thanks for this tip) I will try
okay, i found one USB3 working (after i did sort of ssdt). I disabled all unused HS ports and first SS port only.
so, only port 6 SS are working as USB3 speed 5Gb
HS10 0A = SS06 15
whats your idea about that)
SS01 i omitted intentionally to test and to be in maximum 15 port rangeYes 6x USB3 ports is correct. The Intel X99 chipset has 6x USB3 ports and ASRock has put 4x on the back-panel and 2x on an internal header. So that looks okay - not sure where SS01 is though.