add device id for Samsung 960 series #12

Merged
merged 1 commit into from Jan 4, 2017

Projects

None yet

2 participants

@koush
Contributor
koush commented Jan 4, 2017

No description provided.

@RehabMan RehabMan merged commit ac36401 into RehabMan:master Jan 4, 2017
@RehabMan
Owner
RehabMan commented Jan 4, 2017

Pulled... but...

Keep in mind the patched kext matches on class, not device-id. The code you added is only used if you set use_class_match=0.

@koush
Contributor
koush commented Jan 4, 2017 edited

Yep. I'm actually using the spoofed class id via SSDT-NVMe-Pcc.aml anyways. Just noticed the device ID for my drive was missing when reading the script and added it for documentation purposes.

@RehabMan
Owner
RehabMan commented Jan 5, 2017

OK.

@koush
Contributor
koush commented Jan 6, 2017 edited

This may be of some interest to you for your README.

In:
https://github.com/koush/EFI-X99/tree/master/CLOVER/bin

generate-spoof-nvme(.py/.sh) - Find all NVMe devices, create a spoofed SSDT.aml for them.

@RehabMan
Owner
RehabMan commented Jan 6, 2017

It is ok, but works only in a subset of the possible scenarios.
And it only helps if you already have OSX/macOS installed.

It will not work if there is no ACPI identity for the NVMe drive (see my guide on tmx for more info).
And it doesn't help you use the class-code spoof prior to installing (manual creating of the SSDT based on info from Windows Device Manager is the way there)

Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub. Already have an account? Sign in to comment