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  1. Okay, no problem. I can live without the card reader working Is their an easy way to check if bluetooth is working?
  2. Yes. I first tried your second solution: I added PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x1a14,0x00)/Pci(0x1a14,0x00) to devices and set bDeviceClass, bDeviceSubClass, bDeviceProtocol to 0 When I look after reboot into iOreg, the values aren't changed. still 0xff. Does this mean it won't work? config.plist.zip
  3. Is it possible to get the SD cardreader working in OSX Sierra 10.12.6? I can't find any USB2.0-CRW in systemoverview with a 'Product ID' and 'Vendor ID'.
  4. I've got it working I only needed to generate an AppleBacklightInjector.kext. After installing the generated kext I have full brightness control. DSDT + Kext.zip
  5. Tried with the new DSDT you generated but unfortunately with no luck. The slider don't appear in Preference
  6. Sorry for the misunderstanding. I'll try to explain better: - The first problem to resolve was to get the brightness slider in Preferences. To do this I have to add the "Brightness Fix" from Rehabman repo to my DSDT. - After I copied the new DSDT to my EFI/Clover/ACPI/Patched and reboot my laptop I saw that the brightness bar has been added to my Preferences but the max brightness of my screen was lower than before I patched my DSDT. The second thing is, when I lower the brightness bar with my mouse nothing happend. - The second problem is that I can't control the brightness bar with my FN keys, to can control the brightness bar with my FN keys I added this to my DSDT: into method label _Q0E replace_content begin // Brightness Down\n Notify (PS2K, 0x20)\n end; into method label _Q0F replace_content begin // Brightness Up\n Notify (PS2K, 0x10)\n end - Copied the new DSDT to EFI/Clover/ACPI/Patched and reboot my laptop. Now I can change the brightness bar with my FN keys but the brightness self isn't going up or down. - Then I tried your last solution, copied the DSDT and SSDT to EFI/Clover/ACPI/Patched and added the kext to /EFI/Clover/kexts/Other and reboot my laptop. Now the brightness bar disappeared in Preference and the FN keys (FN+F5 and FN+F6) aren't working anymore. But the maximum brightness has increased to it's normal level. debug_15621.zip
  7. With this solution my brightness is back to normal (lighter than with the brightness fix DSDT patch), but the brightness slider disappeared in systempreference and still can't control my brightness with the FN keys
  8. Removed VoodooPS2Controller and installed SmartTouchpad V4.7 beta 5 with Kext Utility. Add this code to my DSDT to get the FN + keys working with this kext: into method label _Q0E replace_content begin // Brightness Down\n Notify (PS2K, 0x20)\n end; into method label _Q0F replace_content begin // Brightness Up\n Notify (PS2K, 0x10)\n end No luck, I can control the brightness slider with FN + F5 (to get down) and FN + F6 (to get up), but the brightness isn't going down or up. Other solutions? debug_21534.zip
  9. I’ve successful installed MacOS Sierra 10.12.6 on my Asus G73SW Laptop with the following specs: - Mobile Intel HM65 Express - Intel Core I7 2630 QM 2.0 GHz - Nvidia GeForce GTX 460M 1,5gb I’ve got a lot of working but not the brightness control. I’ve done the following steps: - Patch DSDT with brightness fix to get the brightness slider in system preference - Patch DSDT to control the brightness with my FN keys The strange thing is that I can control the brightness bar going up and down with my FN keys but the brightness isn’t going up or down. Can someone help me to get this working?
  10. Hello, I Fixed the keyboard backlight FN keys. I had to add this patch to my DSDT: https://osxlatitude.com/forums/topic/5966-details-about-the-smart-touchpad-driver-features/?page=2&tab=comments#comment-32299 and change "LPCB" to "SBRG". After that I add the "FnKeys as Function Keys Patch.txt" to my DSDT. At the moment the following FN + F keys work: F1 = not working F2 = not working F3 = backlight down, work F4 = backlight up, work F5 = brightness down, not working F6 = brightness up, not working F7 = Screen Backlight On/Off, not working F8 = Video Mirror, not working F9 = Touchpad, not working F10 = mute, work F11 = volume down, workDSDT.zip F12 = volume up, work Can someone help me to get the other FN + F keys working? For now the most important is the brightness up and down. Tried to add the "Fn Brightness Keys Patch.txt" to my DSDT but with no luck.
  11. Fixed the keyboard backlight. I had to add this patch to my DSDT: https://osxlatitude.com/forums/topic/5966-details-about-the-smart-touchpad-driver-features/?page=2&tab=comments#comment-32299 and change "LPCB" to "SBRG". After that I add the "FnKeys as Function Keys Patch.txt" to my DSDT. At the moment the following FN + F keys work: F1 = not working F2 = not working F3 = backlight down, work F4 = backlight up, work F5 = brightness down, not working F6 = brightness up, not working F7 = Screen Backlight On/Off, not working F8 = Video Mirror, not working F9 = Touchpad, not working F10 = mute, work F11 = volume down, work F12 = volume up, work Can someone help me to get the other FN + F keys working? For now the most important is the brightness up and down. Tried to add the "Fn Brightness Keys Patch.txt" to my DSDT but with no luck. DSDT.rar
  12. I installed succesfully macOS Sierra 10.12.6 on my Asus G73sw laptop (SandyBridge). A lot of hardware have I got working but not the backlight of my keyboard. I installed the 'AsusNBFnKeys_v2.6.zip' kext but with no luck. Can someone help me to get the backlight working?
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