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How to Use USB PortMapping Setup 1.7[].rarl

How to Use USB PortMapping Setup 1.7[].rarl

USB PortMapping Setup 1.7[].rarl is a file that contains a software tool for mapping USB ports on Windows and macOS systems. This tool can help you customize your USB ports and devices according to your needs and preferences. In this article, we will show you how to use this tool and what benefits it can offer.

USB PortMapping Setup 1.7[].rarl


What is USB PortMapping?

USB PortMapping is the process of identifying and configuring the physical and logical ports of your USB controllers and devices. Each USB port has a unique number and type that determines how it interacts with the operating system and other devices. By mapping your USB ports, you can control which ports are enabled or disabled, which devices are connected to which ports, and what types of devices are supported by each port.

Why Do You Need USB PortMapping?

USB PortMapping can be useful for various reasons, such as:

  • Improving the compatibility and performance of your USB devices.

  • Fixing issues with USB ports not working or being recognized by the system.

  • Optimizing the power consumption and bandwidth of your USB devices.

  • Enhancing the security and privacy of your USB devices.

  • Customizing the functionality and appearance of your USB devices.

How to Use USB PortMapping Setup 1.7[].rarl?

To use USB PortMapping Setup 1.7[].rarl, you need to follow these steps:

  • Download the file from this link[^1^] or this link[^2^].

  • Extract the file using a program like WinRAR or 7-Zip.

  • Launch the Windows.exe file inside the extracted folder.

  • You will see a terminal window with a main menu. Press "D" to discover your USB ports.

  • Plug in a USB device into each port. Wait for the listing to show your USB device before unplugging it and plugging it into another port. Plug in a USB 2 device and a USB 3 device into each USB 3 port. Plug in a USB-C device twice in each applicable port by reversing the direction of the plug.[^4^]

  • Once mapping is done, go to the Select Ports screen, by pressing "S" in the main menu.

  • Select your ports and adjust port types as necessary. The most common types for USB mapping are: USB 2 Type A: 0, USB 3 Type A: 3, USB-C Type C with switch: 9, USB-C Type C without switch: 10, Internal: 255.[^4^]

  • To toggle the ports off that are unused or that you do not want to use, type the port numbers separated by commas.

  • To generate a kext file for macOS, press "G" in the main menu. To generate an SSDT file for OpenCore, press "O" in the main menu.[^4^]

  • Save the generated file to your desired location.

  • Put the generated file into your EFI/OC/Kexts folder (for kext) or EFI/OC/ACPI folder (for SSDT) and update your config.plist accordingly.[^4^]

Congratulations! You have successfully used USB PortMapping Setup 1.7[].rarl to map your 0efd9a6b88


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