- Jul 3, 2014
- Dell XPS 9360 (KabyLake R)
- Intel i7 8550U
- Intel UHD 620
- Mobile Phone
But, I discovered that my _STA methods in there have been renamed to XSTA. This must be the reason for the different fan behavior! What could be changing it?
I would assume that would be a Clover hotpatch renaming it. You could try and retarget the hotpatch to use a TgtBridge parameter if you want to prevent renaming the functions. Either that or wrap the functions into a separate hotpatch.
Just now I validated my config.plist, but the only _STA to XSTA rename I use already has a TgtBridge of "GPI0" specified:
<dict> <key>Comment</key> <string>change _STA to XSTA in device GPI0 (TouchPad I2C)</string> <key>Disabled</key> <false/> <key>Find</key> <data> X1NUQQ== </data> <key>Replace</key> <data> WFNUQQ== </data> <key>TgtBridge</key> <data> R1BJMA== </data> </dict>
That would mean that DptfTabl on OS X should be untouched. There might be an effect due to _OSI (OS selection) between Windows and macOS.
Hmm.. I see the same XSTA instead of _STA as you are. The ACPI origin dump has _STA, but the version loaded through maciasl in macOS has XSTA. So either TgtBridge is not working as expected or Clover is doing something by itself based on another configuration setting?