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DSDT Patch request [Dell Inspiron gaming 7567]

Post by laloalire » 28 Jul 2019, 17:34

Hello everyone, I finished up writing here to ask for help to patch my DSDT,
Almost everything works just fine (touchpad w/gestures, keyboard, brightness, sound, acceleration)
Also iMessage/Facetime works well with all iCloud services

Here are the main specs of my Laptop
Intel Core i5 7300HQ with HD graphics 630 (2048MB of graphics memory)
16GB Ram
Nvidia 1050 Ti (disabled per Optimus tech with a dsdt file I found on internet XD)
DW1560 BCM94352z ---> this should be supposed to work fine :(
The only issues I have right now is:
-Kernel panics when wake from sleep (started happening after install a DW1560) :wallbash
-Slow AF boot (started also with DW1560 installation)
-Bluetooth don't work, it sometimes appear as an USB device in system report -->See this for ref [External Link Removed for Guests]
Also when slow boot happens, I got this strange message in verbose boot
busy timeout bcm20702a0

it shows about 5 times before boot, every 60 seconds I think.

Everything else is just fine, I think my ACPI folder is a mess but kinda works well.

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File was too large to attach in post, sorry! :wallbash

if any info is needed please let me know, ill be catching up often this post to check

Thanks to all! :laugh:
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DSDT Patch request [Dell Inspiron gaming 7567]

Post by MaLd0n » 28 Jul 2019, 19:18

laloalire, u have a full dsdt patched, but u use strange renames patch and strange collection of ssdt
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DSDT Patch request [Dell Inspiron gaming 7567]

Post by laloalire » 28 Jul 2019, 19:55

@MaLd0n, I found them on github, and reading about my Bluetooth issue some people say it is a dsdt issue for USB port limit

Also people told me I should merge all those dsdt files into only one but idk how :/

Here are the description from files
- patched:
- SSDT-ALS0: Fake ambient light sensor
- SSDT-BRT6: Brightness control via keyboard
- SSDT-Disable_DGPU: Disable discrete GPU (Nvidia)
- SSDT-I2C: VoodooI2C GPIO pinning & disabling VoodooPS2 kext for trackpads and mouses
- SSDT-PNLF: Backlight ssdt
- SSDT-PRW: SSDT for usb instant wake
- SSDT-UIAC: Injecting right usb ports (coniguration for usbinjectall kext)
- SSDT-XCPM: Injecting plugin-type for power management
- SSDT-XOSI: Faking OS for the ACPI
- SSDT_ALC256: CodecCommander config for ALC256 (removes headphone noise)

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Post by onemanosx » 28 Jul 2019, 23:09

laloalire, I took a look at your files. You dont need the SSDTs except for maybe I2C,UIAC and BRT6. Why? Because your DSDT is fully patched.

You also do not need the renames that refers to the SSDT esp XOSI, _DSM, PRW
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Post by laloalire » 30 Jul 2019, 01:06

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laloalire, I took a look at your files. You dont need the SSDTs except for maybe I2C,UIAC and BRT6. Why? Because your DSDT is fully patched.

You also do not need the renames that refers to the SSDT esp XOSI, _DSM, PRW
So, you saying I should remove those files from my folder?
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Post by onemanosx » 30 Jul 2019, 02:32

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So, you saying I should remove those files from my folder?
Simply, yes.

As an example, why would you add SSDT-PNLF when the patch is already done in DSDT?
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