Last modified: Fri Jun 26 2020 02:16:12 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
Finding the ACPI pathing is quite easy actually, first open your decompiled DSDT you got from Dumping the DSDT and Decompiling and Compiling with either maciASL(if in macOS) or any other text editor if in Windows or Linux(VSCode has an ACPI extension that can also help).
Next, search for the following:
- Finding the LowPinCount path:
Name (_ADR, 0x001F0000)
- Finding the PCI path:
PNP0A08(If multiple show up, use the first one)
You should get something like the following show up:
|LPC Pathing||PCI Pathing|
Now with the pathing, you can head here: Edits to the sample SSDT
Now that we have our ACPI path, lets grab our SSDT and get to work:
By default, this uses
PCI0.LPCB for the pathing. you'll want to rename accordingly.
Following the example from above, we'll be renaming it to
External (_SB_.PCI0.LPCB, DeviceObj) <- Rename this Scope (_SB.PCI0.LPCB) <- Rename this
Following the example pathing we found, the SSDT should look something like this:
External (_SB_.PCI0.LPC, DeviceObj) <- Renamed Scope (_SB.PCI0.LPC) <- Renamed
With the SSDT done, you're now ready to compile the SSDT!
Once you're done making your SSDT, either head to the next page to finish the rest of the SSDTs or head here if you're ready to wrap up: