This has been addressed in this thread:
https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/success-gigabyte-designare-z390-thunderbolt-3-i7-9700k-amd-rx-580.267551/page-598 post #5976
Best and easiest solution is to add a USB header spliter such as this one...
If it is about changing the country code why not using the AirportBrcmFixup Lilu plug-in in clover/kext/others?
this coupled with the Brcmfx-country=XX...
Probably not the most elegant method but the way I did it was to use 2 female - male Dupont wires plugged on the soic8 clip (orange and yellow on the picture) that would connect on a female - female dupont wire (orange) connected to the raspberry. One of the male pin is bent to make...
many thanks for posting this procedure.
Here is the output for patching the DSDT in the config.plist file for GC Titan Ridge with NVM23 modified firmware:
Comment: disable \_GPE.TINI (Zero, RPS0, RPT0, Zero)
Find: FF5C2E5F 47504554 494E4900 52505330 52505430 86
Just did the reprogramming using @Elias64Fr NVM23 modified firmware (may thanks @Elias64Fr) along with a modified version of the SSDT for personalized DROM / UID as per the mini guide. Reprogramming done without a hitch. Port 7 is now visible in IOREg, as well as Thunderbolt bus. :) ...
many thnaks for your help here. As suggested by Casey I have typed the command directly and actually with the comma (Jb0007: I saw your message only after). But it looks like it was a copy / paste problem as this time I managed to have the winbond chip read very esaily 3 times in...
So I have got all the necessary material to read and lash the GC-titan Ridge Card (Raspberry Pi, SOIC8 clip and wires).
I connected evrything as per the guideline but I always get this error message in terminal:
pi@raspberrypi:~ $ sudo flashrom -p...
I was wondering about the whole process and how to get started (I have a GC-Titan Ridge card installed on a Z390M Gaming Mobo) for getting the Thunderbolt Bus activated. I have seen that PCIe GC-Titan Ridge could come, if I understood correctly) with various firmware versions...
OK will do. My drive is anyway a NVMe drive that I can insert in one of the internal slot, rather than in the USB NVMe external adapter. Just need to open the case which is quite cumbersome with my Silverstone SG10 case.
will report back soon.