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MaciASL Patch Repository Thread

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Open MaciASL, and browse to MaciASL > Preferences > Sources. Click the "+" button and add the name and URL of the desired repository. Close Preferences, and open Patch or SSDT Generator to see the relevant entries.

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SourceForge
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A general demonstration repo, with a few HD 4000 patches.
 
New 10/18/13:

Audio HDMI HD4600/Haswell/8 Series
https://raw.github.com/toleda/audio_hdmi_8series/master
OS X/8 Series - HD4600/AMD/Nvidia HDMI Audio dsdt edits and instructions

Airport PCIe Half Mini
https://raw.github.com/toleda/wireless_half-mini/master
OS X Airport PCIe Half Mini WiFi dsdt edits and instructions

Audio Realtek ALC injection
https://github.com/toleda/audio_ALCInjection
https://raw.github.com/toleda/audio_ALCInjection/master
OS X Realtek ALC885 through ALC1150 Onboard Audio dsdt edits and instructions

Audio HDMI UEFI Audio dsdt edits - Desktop/Laptop/Intel NUC
https://raw.github.com/toleda/audio_hdmi_uefi/master
OS X/7 Series UEFI AMD/Nvidia/HD4K/HD3K HDMI Audio dsdt edits and instructions

Audio HDMI HD4000/Ivy Bridge/7 Series
https://raw.github.com/toleda/audio_hdmi_hd4000/master
OS X/7 Series AMD/Nvidia/HD4000 HDMI Audio dsdt edits and instructions

Audio HDMI HD3000/Sandy Bridge/6 Series
https://raw.github.com/toleda/audio_hdmi_hd3000/master
OS X/6 Series AMD/Nvidia/HD3000 HDMI Audio dsdt edits and instructions

Audio HDMI 5 Series
https://raw.github.com/toleda/audio_hdmi_5series/master
OS X/5 Series AMD/Nvidia HDMI Audio dsdt edits and instructions
 
MacMan's Gigabyte 1155/1156/1366 DSDT Patches in MaciASL patch format
http://www.tonymacx86.com/DSDT/

These are the same Minimal DSDT Edits as described in MacMan's Blog here, and as used in corresponding pre-edited DSDTs in the DSDT Database.

MacMan's Blog: Minimal DSDT Edits for Gigabyte Socket 1155 Motherboards
MacMan's Blog: Minimal DSDT Edits for Gigabyte Socket 1156 Motherboards
MacMan's Blog: Minimal DSDT Edits for Gigabyte Socket 1366 Motherboards

Edits by MacMan, converted to .txt for MaciASL by pjalm
 

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I just updated to the lastest version of MaciASL and see a lot of patches.
I have a GA-X-UD5, is there a patch for this board?
I am hoping for a fix of the usb 3 issues.
I have High Seirra up and running.
 
I just updated to the lastest version of MaciASL and see a lot of patches.
I have a GA-X-UD5, is there a patch for this board?
I am hoping for a fix of the usb 3 issues.
I have High Seirra up and running.
replying to a 5 year old thread.... :)

to fix usb, maybe check over:
 
replying to a 5 year old thread.... :)

to fix usb, maybe check over:
I will give this a look over.
just saying, sometime in the past I did the inject all and was able to do what the inject all docs said to do
then something happened and then something else
now I have upgraded to high Sierra and can't get anything to work as it did
I can see the ports in the tool app I can see them in the ioreg
when a usb2 is inserted I can see that but not a usb 3
any way I will check this out and let you know.

and thanks for the reply!!
 
I will give this a look over.
just saying, sometime in the past I did the inject all and was able to do what the inject all docs said to do
then something happened and then something else
now I have upgraded to high Sierra and can't get anything to work as it did
I can see the ports in the tool app I can see them in the ioreg
when a usb2 is inserted I can see that but not a usb 3
any way I will check this out and let you know.

and thanks for the reply!!

Hi there.

No, the X79 chipset has no USB3 ports of its own. It has to use a 3rd-party chipset such as the Fresco Logic FL1009 in your case.

OS X had native drivers for this, but when you update OS X or macOS old drivers get left behind. The current supported chipset is the FL1100 for example.

People often get around the lack of working USB3 ports by adding a PCI USB3 add-on card with the FL1100 chipset onboard.

:)
 
Hi there.

No, the X79 chipset has no USB3 ports of its own. It has to use a 3rd-party chipset such as the Fresco Logic FL1009 in your case.

OS X had native drivers for this, but when you update OS X or macOS old drivers get left behind. The current supported chipset is the FL1100 for example.

People often get around the lack of working USB3 ports by adding a PCI USB3 add-on card with the FL1100 chipset onboard.

:)
I have read that a patch can be applied to FL1100 to add/change back to FL1009?
So, I tried and saw no difference, does/should this really work?
 
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