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Dhinak G
@dhinakg
oof they uploaded before the message sent
Also have a log and debug dump from before I did that if you want
Ben Raz
@ben9923
@dhinakg I'm not sure the controllers are actually ACPI controllers, as they do appear under PCI0 :/
Any information that could help in Windows Device Manager?
An available BIOS update?
Dhinak G
@dhinakg
In Device Manager, hardware IDs are ACPI/INT3446 / ACPI/INT3447
Haha, I'd be very surprised if there was a BIOS update, but I'll check again
Ben Raz
@ben9923
How do the other controllers show?
Dhinak G
@dhinakg
PCI ID: 8086,9d60, 9d61, 9d62
Ben Raz
@ben9923
ugh
Jan K.
@Klingens13
@ben9923 I now applied the Windows 10 Patch
Dhinak G
@dhinakg
I found some kind of BIOS update, they really hid it
Ben Raz
@ben9923
@Klingens13 You still have VoodooI2CSynaptics.kext...
@dhinakg Haha cool
Try installing it. Notice you must re-extract & re-patch ACPI after such update
Dhinak G
@dhinakg
Yup, let's hope it didn't change too much
Jan K.
@Klingens13
@ben9923 Sorry, but no actually. The debug I sent was booting with VoodooI2C and VoodooI2CHID loaded and the Windows 10 Patch applied.
I now in addition to that, also replaced the _CSR with only Return (ConcatenateResTemplate (SBFB, SBFG)):
Although, the trackpad still shows no signs of life
Jan K.
@Klingens13
KrzysiekM
@KrzysiekMiksza_twitter
Hello? Any response to my post above?
Dhinak G
@dhinakg
@ben9923 There were ACPI changes, but nothing related to I2C, and I'm still having the same exact behavior as before
Marcelo Ferreira
@MustaineMarcelo_twitter
hey guys, ATML3000, GenI2C get all informations right on GPI0 but no sign of life Samsung E30 NP350XAA-KF3BR, any idea on what could be?
Juan Vásquez Castro
@Juan-VC
Hi, I have a fully working OpenCore configuration and a Clover configuration
In clover I was made the proper acpi patches for my trackpad from this chat and they use a tgtbridge
That is the only thing I am missing with my OpenCore configuration as I want to fully move to OC
Can I get help with those patches as I see no tgtbridge with opencore?
Uploaded configClover, configOpenCore and native DSDT
Thanks!!
vmtran123
@vmtran123
@ben9923 can you take a look at my patch. After patching gpio, trackpad works with voodooi2chid (just like before patching -_-) but cpu usage is still high.
Giovanni Gualtieri
@Giovix92

@Giovix92 Those SSCN, FMCN you added there have no effect. They should be under the I2C controller itself.
Anyway for now it's a different issue - your trackpad isn't initialized correctly.
Update BIOS if possible first, then re-extract & re-patch DSDT (Even if no update is available)

Okay, will retry to update the bios and re-extract acpis.

ettingshausen
@ettingshausen
Does Alps device supported by VoodooI2C?
I followed the install guide and patched the DSDT. Finally, it can recognize two-finger gestures, but still can't active in setting trackpad
IOinterruptSpecifiers.png
ettingshausen
@ettingshausen
After I patched the DSDT
IORegisteryExplorer.png
ettingshausen
@ettingshausen
I also tried AlpsT4USB install it at right directory and permissions.
ettingshausen
@ettingshausen
My laptop model is Lenovo zhaoyang K43c-80 i5 8250U
IRAQIDEV
@IRAQIDEV
@ben9923 here it is please look at this
Juan Vásquez Castro
@Juan-VC
I have a Clover setup which VoodooI2C works nice
I have an issue with OpenCore
ACPI renames are ok, apple kexts are being blocked, but voodooi2c is not being loaded
Uploaded IOReg, native DSDT, pathed DSDT, kernel log and kextstat log
Please help! it is the only thing Im missing with OC
VoodooI2C and VoodooI2CCHID are not shown in the kextstat output
Castled00r
@Castled00r

@Castled00r You don't have VoodooI2C installed there

@ben9923 you mean in my EFI folder? I got I2C in L/E

Jan K.
@Klingens13
@ben9923 The VoodooI2CHID wasn't active...
Now with VoodooI2C + VoodooI2CHID and Windows 10 Patch and _CSR Replacement :