First i tried your provided kext, but that even broke my sleep = instant wake immediately.
So i took your and modified all ports to internal, so i could put it to sleep again. But neither this time it was possible to wake it up from my BT key/mouse.
Your kUSBSleep-entries in the plist...
Thanks but i mapped my usb's already. And i am using opencore not clover, but i'll glad to share my efi anyway =)
note that the oldX299-Map.kext is the previous mapper i had.
However, with this new one, since i have 3 different usb controllers, i'm not exceeding the 15 port limit.
I did put all my ports as internal due to debugging sleep. And that is what fixed instant wake issues, i bet i could pinpoint and change the port types 1 and 1, to find the culprit. But it doesn't seem to affect anything more than cosmetically, so i haven't really felt the need to.
Previously the system was unable to enter sleep, with bt header cable plugged into internal port on mobo.
Without the cable it wouldn't exit sleep without KP.
Noticed now that when it had been sleeping for a longer period (aprox 1 hour), bluetooth was broken on wake (i have the bluetooth icon...
changing all my USB to internal in Hackintool might have solved to sleep problem. And added the SSDT-UIAC.aml to ACPI folder. Since system report still states my usb3.1(usb-c) disk has a speed "up to 5gbps", i guess this doesn't affect the transfer speeds. But correct me if i'm...
EDIT: Sleep is solved by setting all usb's as internal. Waking up from sleep still maintains bluetooth connection as well as mounted disks, (i guess that's because usb disks never sleeps now). My thunderbolt devices also comes back when waking up from sleep.
The wake process is...
Hi CaseySJ, just a question regarding my sleep/wake investigation. the TB3.aml file provided by you contains
Does this in any way conflict if you disabled hs01-hs02 with the usbmapping? Have started to debug sleepwakeissues, as well as a major KP that occured today...
@CaseySJ Alright! Since I couldn't really help it, I was too curious and flashed my GC-Titan Ridge. Although I already had all I wanted in terms of working hotplug, etc., Thunderbolt bus was tempting. And what a success, with GC-TITAN-RIDGE_rev50_Elias64Fr.bin, added your provided...
so, i followed this guide:
and i have the same flasher, mounted the clip to the blue chip and this is the terminal output:
Thanks for your time. I'll check that on Friday or whenever it arrives =) I'll update you about the progress.
@CaseySJ I still need to have things powered on at boot, but i can live with that.
I am so glad that i daisy chain hotplug works for me, (I've heard that people don't usually get it...
Just to clarify, BIOS doesn’t show them. But, when for instance my soundcard is connected to my broken Titan Ridge, the Thunderbolt indicator light at the top doesn’t light up, even when post booting. But it does on the working Titan Ridge.
Anyone who would like to help me resurrect a dead (AIC) GC-Titan Ridge? 1 year ago it just stopped working. I fiddled alot with my motherboard back then, downgraded, upgraded, etc., and somewhere on the way it just died. Never flashed or anything like that, but it doesn’t connect any devices...