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  1. acquarius.13

    DSDT Latitude E7450

    Dear @Jake Lo and @viking1304, major contributors to this topic. I appreciated so much your big effort in understanding what's wrong in my DSDT but I feel I make you waste a lot of precious time. The original intent of this topic was to check if I were able to patch a "known" DSDT by my own, in order to make a step further and try to patch another system. Unfortunately, I have much more to know and to study. Since Jake has patched and made an efficient guide for the E7450 with HD 5500, I think I will follow the next updates about this powerful machine but now we can even stop with this topic, if you agree. I'm still available as "beta tester" if you need an user with this kind of machine to see how your patches and hacks work on another machine. I hope you can understand the general intent of this post, even if english is not my mother tongue. Thank you so much guys! I will wait for a stable guide for the next step..Mojave! Cheers, Marco
  2. acquarius.13

    DSDT Latitude E7450

    Yes, it is. Otherwise I would have graphics glitches, even on my internal SSD, which boots normally
  3. acquarius.13

    DSDT Latitude E7450

    Hi @Jake Lo and @viking1304 no way in having a better result. Hack doesn't go to sleep when plugged into AC and I have to take the charger off to put it to sleep. When I wake it, I have only a black screen. Furthermore, boot time is still so high (it is external, but it is an SSD)
  4. acquarius.13

    DSDT Latitude E7450

    Hi @Jake Lo here in attachment you will find the debug files. @viking1304: I've configured my config.plist acpi section with your hotpatch. Now I'm trying to make it sleep and then wake. I will keep you updated debug_10788.zip
  5. acquarius.13

    DSDT Latitude E7450

    No way @viking1304 same result..and much slower boot time
  6. acquarius.13

    DSDT Latitude E7450

    Hi @Jake Lo, the package you gave me E7x50_Mojave.zip makes the hack booting and working, but sleep is not working properly, even after applying hibernation prevention commands: sudo pmset -a hibernatemode 0 sudo rm -f /var/vm/sleepimage sudo pmset -a hibernatefile /dev/null In attachment you can see what it is going on. It's not always the same behaviour, but typically the system doesn't go to sleep automatically and, after wake, it hangs at a certain point. I hope this can be a good feedback about improving the pack for HS and Mojave future installations. I think I can give up in patching DSDT and SSDT's: I appreciated a lot your big effort in helping me (also many thanks to @viking1304) From what I can understand, that package should work with mojave: if you need a sort of "beta tester" I'm available to test it and to report feedbacks on what is working or not. Thanks a lot again Marco
  7. acquarius.13

    DSDT Latitude E7450

    @Jake Lo with your zip it is working. I appreciated a faster boot (in my opinion, I did not measure it), but I can hear fans working continuously. I will keep you updated in future trials if, after completing updates, I still hear those fans working a lot, since I cannot measure any temperature. Is there a way to get back the hardware sensors? By the way, I had the CpuPm instead of CpuSsdt because in my usual configuration the config.plist is set with CpuPm. If I put CpuSsdt in acpi tables, I can boot and work but even if I use the proper commands to prevent hibernation, when the machine goes to sleep, then it is impossible to have it back without switching it of brutally. Is this normal? UPDATE After installing macOS updates, fans are working less than before. Now I'm trying to solve battery percentage issue. ACPIBatteryManager.kext and abm_firstpolldelay=16000 doesn't work to solve battery % issue
  8. acquarius.13

    DSDT Latitude E7450

    Dear @Jake Lo and @viking1304, I'm sorry to inform you that both of your suggests concluded in a kernel panic! I think there is no chance..
  9. acquarius.13

    DSDT Latitude E7450

    Thanks a lot @Jake Lo and @viking1304! I will try both solutions tomorrow and I will give some feedbacks!
  10. acquarius.13

    DSDT Latitude E7450

    So I have them. And I get that kernel panic.
  11. acquarius.13

    DSDT Latitude E7450

    Hi Viking, I apologize to have misunderstood your suggestions. I applied point 1 and 2 (ssdt.dsl was a mistake: actually I wanted to put ssdt.aml but I was wrong. Anyway, I deleted ssdt.dsl from patched folder). There is a small inconsistency in your post: should I keep in the patched folder the SSDT-7-SaSsdt.aml? Because you didn't mention it about the patched folder content, but you did in the sorted order section. I put SSDT-7-SaSsdt.aml both in the patched folder and in sorted order in config.plist. Can be this the cause of KP? I attach the pic of this KP. Thanks, Marco
  12. acquarius.13

    DSDT Latitude E7450

    Hi guys, I was finally able to post the test EFI folder items (ACPI, config.plist and kext) with patched DSDT following @viking1304 repo (from [01] to [20]). No errors but KP. The origin_SSD.zip contains original ACPI and patched be myself DSDT. In the patch folder, there isn't the SSDT-2 because it gave me errors during compiling procedure, so I omitted it. Maybe it is this one causing the problem. @viking1304 I hope I had answered your question. Fell free to to insult me test.zip origin_SSD.zip
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    DSDT Latitude E7450

    @viking1304 if I use you “guide” mentioned in some previous replies, I’m able too to compile (I have stored all the debugger screenshots, if needed) but if I try to use that patched DSDT, I get KP. I can post the origin and patched ACPI folder, in order to give you the whole picture about the KP I get. I hope I will do it tonight..but I’m not totally sure. Thank you in advance for your kind support
  14. acquarius.13

    DSDT Latitude E7450

    Hi guys, I've tried to follow all your suggests. Now, when I apply this patch [igpu] Rename B0D3 to HDAU <==again change layout-id to 11 before applying the patch I get the errors in the pic. If I try to remove those methods, errors go away, but then I get KP. If I don't use that patch, boot doesn't start at all. I suppose I'm too incapable to solve this alone.. If you have more kind hints, try to give them to me. If not, it's not a problem to stop this topic Thanks again a lot for your kindness Marco
  15. acquarius.13

    DSDT Latitude E7450

    Without PARSEOP [01] fix, I got these errors
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