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    jya got a reaction from nmano in Aquantia 10 Gb Ethernet support thread (10.13.2 upwards)   
    Hi.
     
    Not sure if it happened earlier but I'm only noticing now.
    The AQC107 on my ASRock X299 board now longer detects a cable as being plugged. I I believe it is the 10.14.5 update but I can't be certain.
     
    Anyone else having this issue? Is there an update to this patch?
    Thanks
    JY
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    jya reacted to KGP-iMacPro in ThunderBolt Drivers   
    GC-Titan Ridge 40GB/S Intel Thunderbolt 3 Certified Add-in Card fully functional under macOS! 
     
    GC-Titan Ridge working OoB under macOS 10.14 Mojave with SSDT-X299-TB3HP-TTR.aml and SSDT-X99-TB3HP-TTR.aml 
     

     
    GC-Titan Ridge Features: 

    2x PCIe 6pin power connectors
    1x USB2.0 Header Cable
    1x THB_C Header Cable

    2x mini-DP 1.4 input
    2x TB3 out
    1x DP 1.4 out
     
    GC-Titan Ridge macOS Implementation:

     
     

     
     
    Gorgeous! 
     
    Enjoy and have fun 
     

     
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    jya got a reaction from KGP-iMacPro in ThunderBolt Drivers   
    What you use for hot plug will matter too.
    like for me I can hot plug the Apple Thunderbolt Display or my LaCie TB2 SSD. But not the Promise Pegasus R2. Hotplug sometimes work with it, but if I reboot it won’t be seen until I unplug it. If I boot into windows after rebooting from macOS, Windows will hang at startup.
    macos does something nasty with this Pegasus. Weird because it’s a Mac version.
     
    It worked perfectly with the Gigabyte X299 Gaming 7 (including USB hotplug) but not the Asus Prime Deluxe or the ASRock Professional Gaming
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    jya got a reaction from maleorderbride in ThunderBolt Drivers   
    A bit of an update.. I received the ASRock x299 Professional Gaming XE board, still using the ASRock TB3 card...
    Good thing on this board is that all PCI slots are hooked to the CPU PCI lanes, except for the PCI1x that is connected to the PCH.
    Getting the ASRock TB3 card to properly work turned out to be an absolute pain, you must fully clear the CMOS if you want the card to work once you move it...
    Graphic card in PCIx16_1, TB3 card in PCIx16_2: TB3 Hotplug works, USB-C doesn't work. TB3 devices plugged don't fully work. In particular the webcam, audio device, microphone and USB hub on the Apple Display screen don't work (they work in windows) same issue as I posted there:
    Graphic card in PCIx16_1, TB3 card in PCIx16_3: TB3 Hotplug doesn't work, USB-C doesn't work. TB3 devices plugged work fully. Unplugging/Plugging however doesn't crash/hang the machine.
    Graphic card in PCIx16_3, TB3 card in PCIx16_5: TB3 hotplug works, USB-C doesn't work. TB3 devices plugged work fully
    Good news is that while USB-C doesn't work, it doesn't hang the mac when I plug something. So at least I can charge my phone
    Now I have a lot of USB ports that don't work anyway, so maybe it's just a matter of getting USB to work on those other ports first.
    For some reasons, like the Asus Prime Deluxe, the pci12d8,400f doesn't get its driver loaded depending on the slot the card is loaded. On the Asus I had to plug the TB3 card in Slot 4, it wouldn't work fully anywhere else
    So the best result I've achieved is with the Gigabyte Gaming 7 pro, however the TB3 card must be in slot 4, and is wired via the PCH which is non-optimal.
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    jya got a reaction from maleorderbride in ThunderBolt Drivers   
    Use the first SSDT-TB3.aml attached to[mention=358090]maleorderbride[/mention] post on the first page.Thats the original and all are derived from there.
     
    You need to adapt the ACPI path for your own case.
    Using iojones or IORegistryExplorer, search for NHI or thunderbolt and look at the path.
    Modify the aml accordingly and compile
     
     
     
     
     
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    jya got a reaction from DSM2 in ThunderBolt Drivers   
    No, this is not necessary
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    jya got a reaction from maleorderbride in ThunderBolt Drivers   
    Hotplug works !!!!!
    Gigabyte Gaming 7 Pro with an ASRock TB3 AIC card.
    Card must be placed in PCIx4_2 for TB3 to work on any x299 gigabyte card.
    When I rebooted, my Pegasus 2 R4 didn't mount the disk, I thought what the hell, unplugged the TB cable, replugged it, and everything worked : RAID drive got mounted, Apple TB Display got seen and all peripherals working..
    Awesome.
    Thank you
    @DSM2 try this method maybe? all I changed was \_SB.PCI0.RP05 into \_SB.PCI0.RP21 (and removed the SL05 entry which doesn't exist for me)
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    jya got a reaction from maleorderbride in ThunderBolt Drivers   
    Hotplug works !!!!!
    Gigabyte Gaming 7 Pro with an ASRock TB3 AIC card.
    Card must be placed in PCIx4_2 for TB3 to work on any x299 gigabyte card.
    When I rebooted, my Pegasus 2 R4 didn't mount the disk, I thought what the hell, unplugged the TB cable, replugged it, and everything worked : RAID drive got mounted, Apple TB Display got seen and all peripherals working..
    Awesome.
    Thank you
    @DSM2 try this method maybe? all I changed was \_SB.PCI0.RP05 into \_SB.PCI0.RP21 (and removed the SL05 entry which doesn't exist for me)
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    jya got a reaction from maleorderbride in ThunderBolt Drivers   
    Hotplug works !!!!!
    Gigabyte Gaming 7 Pro with an ASRock TB3 AIC card.
    Card must be placed in PCIx4_2 for TB3 to work on any x299 gigabyte card.
    When I rebooted, my Pegasus 2 R4 didn't mount the disk, I thought what the hell, unplugged the TB cable, replugged it, and everything worked : RAID drive got mounted, Apple TB Display got seen and all peripherals working..
    Awesome.
    Thank you
    @DSM2 try this method maybe? all I changed was \_SB.PCI0.RP05 into \_SB.PCI0.RP21 (and removed the SL05 entry which doesn't exist for me)
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    jya got a reaction from joe75 in [pre-release] macOS High Sierra 10.13.4   
    I have the same issues.

    I've written a small kext to get around that problem.
    It's available there, need to install it in CLOVER/kexts/Other
    https://github.com/jyavenard/Vega5KFixup/releases/download/1.2.1/VegaGraphicsFixup.kext.zip

    Along with Lilu.kext (release version)
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