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[SOLVED] DSDT request for Asus N50vn

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Hi guys,

I've just installed El Capitan on my laptop, and without much modification works all quite well.

One big miss is the embedded webcam support:

- In Camera is not reported any camera

- In USB I can see all the 6 USB 1.0 hubs and the 2 USB 2.0 hubs, with connected mouse and fingerprint sensor, but I cannot see any camera device.

Since I know that the camera is an UVC one, I would like to see at least the device.

I also know that with El Capitan is changed the EHCI management, but I am a newby in this field.

Could someone help me on this problem?

Thank you

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Thank you for the help!

The problem is near to be solved..

On my PC I have 3 usb

2 on the left (A, B)

1 on the right (C with the mouse)

- With the previously posted vanilla DSDT I had the following configuration:


It find the mouse ©, the two external drive connected to (A) and (B), and the fingerprint sensor (internal)

- With the one @artur-pt posted to me:

I can see the internal webcam and it works great, but ports (B) and © doesn't works, the fingerprint sensor is not seen

I've also tried a couple of combination, just to test:

- 1st tentative: in DSDT defined: EHC1 and USBE (instead of EHC2), the result is the following:


Same behavior of the @artur-pt DSDT with the fingerprint sensor

- 2nd tentative: in DSDT defined: EUSB (instead of EHC1) and ECH2, the result is the following:


Same behavior of the vanilla DSDT but without the fingerprint sensor

It seems like there is a shared resource, could someone help one more time?





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