- Oct 16, 2018
- Lenovo v330--15IKB 81AX
- i5 8250U
- UHD 620
Unfortunately Huawei bios has very few options, so I've used this SSDTs and removed that "ACPI" flag. Works flawlesslyLooked at the binary representation of your DSDT, it's patching your RTC's _STA method, apparently it's disabled.
I've seen something related a couple of days ago in OpenCore:
If you cannot enable the legacy RTC in BIOS, and until macOS supports AWAC, try this SSDT.OpenCore front end. Contribute to acidanthera/OpenCorePkg development by creating an account on GitHub.github.com
The _OSI check there isn't relevant for you, as Clover only patches ACPI under macOS, but it doesn't hurt so you may keep it as-is.
If you have no RTC enable BIOS option, try adding that SSDT and disabling your patch, hopefully it works.
Probably that option is hidden and special setup is necessary to enable it, so if it's not in the BIOS GUI, try the SSDT.
Will do this nightSee here:
Once you're done, you can use Hackintool to create a code-less USBPorts.kext instead, and remove USBInjectAll.kext + SSDT-UIAC.aml.Overview One of the serious issues most users will face with 10.11.x (and later, including 10.12.x) is the new USB stack in OS X/macOS. It has a much heavier reliance on ACPI, and as a result is much more likely to expose bugs in your ACPI implementation of _PLD, and _UPC. It is covered in...www.tonymacx86.com
I took it for granted that you had looked for the one with the latest time. Anyway I've leaved only the latest panic to do things more simple. That panic is still there, maybe when it is no there, we will miss itAttached another build, please try it. When attaching the new archive, mention the time of the panic when booted with that kext, as you have many panic logs there. Don't want to see a panic log of the older build and refer it to the new one
I just want to say that I am infinitely grateful for your help.
Have you seen new update 14.6? should i update?
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