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  1. obus

    ThunderBolt Drivers

    What is the problem @KGP? I was just confirming, for the second time in this thread, that your SSDT TB3HP.aml is working perfect on my rig on PCIE_4 but not on PCIE16_2. I don't understand your frustration?
  2. obus

    ThunderBolt Drivers

    Sorry @maleordebride my bad. Tested your SSDT again after a NVRAM reset and everything is working as it should.
  3. obus

    ThunderBolt Drivers

    Ok. I will try to clarify som points after upgrading to Mojave 10.14.2. @maleordebride:s Minimal SSDT now give me KP after wake from sleep in booth PCIE_16x2 and PCIE 4_x1 bus. This SSDT was working flawlessly in both PCIE_16x2 bus and PCIE 4_x1 bus under 10.14.1 so obviously something has changed in 10.14.2. "Now I wonder how you enable your TTR in any x4-slot of your Asus WS C422 FW PRO/SE in your Mainboard BIOS. In the BIOS of the ASUS Prime X299 Deluxe any TB Adaptor only can be enabled in one out of the four x16 slots (PCIEX16_1, PCIEX16_2, PCIEX16_3 or PCIEX16_4):" I've just have one PCIE_4 slot on my mobo and I connect my TitanRidge on this slot. I have tested my TitanRidge-card only on PCIE_16x2 and PCIE_4x1 and the card is recognised fine in bios. My earlier AlpineRidge-card was tested and recognised in bios on all my four PCIE-16 and my PCIE_4 slots. From that fact I maybee can draw the conclusion that my TitanRidge-card as-well should be recognized in bios on all PCIE slot:s. This is the result with your SSDT in PCIE_4x1 slot: SSDT-C422-RP05-TB3HP.aml Now everything is working with my card in PCIE_4 with hotplug. Booth USB-C device and TB3 device (with or without TB2 adapter) is recognised after sleep and no further problems with black screen. In other words everything works as it should. Bus driver is loaded and the cosmetic is there. If I put my TitanRidge (with adjusted ACPI patch and replacements) in PCIE_16x2 only Hotplug is working and KP after wake from sleep. "TTR incompatibility with x16 slots? Reason for black screen on wake with a TB2 HDD connected via the Apple TB3 -> TB2 adapter during sleep?" Could this have something to do with my 48-Lane CPU. X299 has only 44 lanes?
  4. Hi guys. Used to use Ozmosis with my old Gigabyte GA Z77X UD5 Th and my GA Z87X UD5 some years ago. The Gigabyte bios was easy to mod because when you extracted the bios every modules was specified. Now with my Asus bios the modules has no text in FileName only the GUID-values and I really don't know which modules I should swap (filesystem?) respectively compress (COREDXE?) to give more space. Is there anybody how could help me with modding my attached bios? Is it Right that I have 646 kb free space in my bios? How much space do I need for the XMAS Ozmosis?  Any help appreciated. WSCSE.txt WSCSE.CAP.zip
  5. obus

    ThunderBolt Drivers

    Exactly the same behaviour with your new SSDT-X299-TB3HP on my mobo. PCIE_4 working HotPlug and reconnecting both USB-C and TB device after wake from sleep with no black screen. PCIE-16 working HotPlug but KP and black screen after wake from sleep. @maleordebride:s SSDT is working on both slots without injecting bus drivers of course.
  6. obus

    Ozmosis

    Hi guys. Used to use Ozmosis with my old Gigabyte GA Z77X UD5 Th and my GA Z87X UD5 some years ago. The Gigabyte bios was easy to mod because when you extracted the bios every modules was specified. Now with my Asus bios the modules has no text in FileName only the GUID-values and I really don't know which modules I should swap (filesystem?) respectively compress (COREDXE?) to give more space. Is there anybody how could help me with modding my attached bios? Is it Right that I have 646 kb free space in my bios? How much space do I need for the XMAS Ozmosis? Any help appreciated. WSCSE.CAP.zip WSCSE.txt
  7. obus

    ThunderBolt Drivers

    The TTR aml with adjusted ACPI path and ACPI replacements is working perfect for me on PCIE_4 slot but not on PCIE_16 slot. Funny! Gigabyte recommend to connect the card to a PCIE_4 slot. Might be a reason for that?
  8. obus

    ThunderBolt Drivers

    No it's not so obvious!! If I use your (attached) SSDT on my PCIE_16x2 I have to eject both USB-C and TB device before sleep, otherwise I get a black screen when resuming from sleep. SSDT-C422-TB3HP-BR1A-TTR.aml
  9. obus

    ThunderBolt Drivers

    Ok guys. After switching my Titan Ridge from PCIE_ 16x2 to PCIE_4x1 slot on my mobo with connected USB cable I can confirm that KGP:s SSDT-X299-TB3HP-TTR is reconnecting to my thunderbolt and USB-C device after sleep without first ejecting with no issues and no black screen. As a bonus fully loaded bus drivers and some other cosmetic stuff. Obviously this has something to do with witch PCIE slot my TB3-card is connected. With the card connected to PCIE_16x2 only @maleordebride:s SSDT-TB3 was reconnecting to booth USB-C and TB device (with TB2 adapter) after sleep without any need to first eject and no black screen after sleep. SSDT-C422-TB3HP-RP05-TTR.aml
  10. obus

    ThunderBolt Drivers

    If you boot with connected USB-C device and a TB3 device both devices shows up after a boot or reboot on my rig. After wake from sleep the TB3 device shows up but the USB-C device has to be disconnected and then reconnected to show up. I have seen on my rig that the USB-C device actually shows up for a second on my screen and then disconnect immediately.
  11. obus

    ThunderBolt Drivers

    Used to use KGP:s SSDT-X299-TB3HP-TTR but with that sleep didn't work without first ejecting my thunderbolt device. Otherwise I just booted to a black screen. With your SSDT everything is working perfect and then I mean perfect. My rig is now reconnecting to my thunderbolt device after sleep with no issues at all and no more booting to black screen. Cheers mate for that.
  12. I agree. We need more help from developers but how can we involve them?
  13. Hi @yapan4. Could you please try to explain yourself a little bit more! I haven't tried 10.14.1 beta so I don't know if there is any changes. I am still using FakeCPUid and kernel patch for booting. NVRAM is not native so I use AptioMemoryFix. I don't exactly understand what you mean in point 2 and point 4?
  14. obus

    ThunderBolt Drivers

    Can confirm that GC-TitanRidge is working flawlessly OOB on my rig and exact as KGP point out in earlier posts using SSDT-X299-TB3HP-TTR.aml. The only hiccup for me is that I need to eject connected THB and USB-C-disks before sleep otherwise my rig will wake up to a black screen. As I understand this is a "normal" behaviour for everybody with a connected GC-Titan ridge card.
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