- Jul 23, 2014
- GA-Z270X-Gaming 7 Aorus
- i7 7700K
- HD 630
- Mobile Phone
When I still had my HP ProDesk 600 G2, I didn't need all those SSDTs to have a fully functional system.hi @PaintArm2,
FixRTC has not worked for me. However I might have not checked it correctly. I will try again. Prior this hackintosh I have setup a skylake laptop as a hackintosh and many SSDTs are influenced from that. I am trying to learn.
* SSDT-RMCF is a general purpose DSL by Rehabman that is setting up some parameters used in other DSLs.
* In order to 'simulate' as close as possible a real skylake mac I have used: SSDT-SMBUS, SSDT-EC, SSDT-GPRW, SSDT-DMAC, SSDT-HPET, SSDT-MEM2, SSDT-PMCR, SSDT-LPC
* SSDT-PTSWAK is for fixing sleep/wakup (based on Rehabman's one)
* SSDT-XOSI the OS patch required
* SSDT-UIAC and SSDT-USBX are USB related. (I have used the 'older' guide from Rehabman for this) not the codeless kext that hackingtool produces.
I have included a 'compiled' DSDT.aml because there is an error on the DSDT itself which I fixed.
All the sources of the files are included in the github repo along with comments.
Check also this on many details: https://github.com/sakoula/HP-EliteDesk-800-G2-6700/blob/master/DETAILS.md
In general for me it seems much more stable now. For example prior using this configuration on shutdown the computer did not boot back again and I had to take off the power cable in order to be able to boot.
Do you run a similar config.plist ?
To enable IRQ fix in config.plist, enable FixHPET, FixIPIC, FixRTC, and FixTMR. You can also use config.plist to add MCHC if you like, but I'm not sure it's really needed.Hi @pastrychef , thanks for the reply and your EFI.zip . I will definitely use the IRQ fix (I assume you refer to the fixTMR) because I am experiencing the same reboots/kernelpanics randomly on boot.
As I wrote on the previous post my configuration was influenced based on a hackintosh skylake laptop that I did recently. The hotpatches I made based on the excellent guides that I have found in this forum are trying to 'simulate' a real mac as much as possible.