Intel Thunderbolt Software Version 220.127.116.11 WHQL
Date & Version du drivers: 10/02/2019,18.104.22.168
Sous: Windows 10
Systemes: 64bits (X64)
Pack Version: 22.214.171.1240
DSL6540/6340 Series - 'Alpine Ridge'
JHL6540/6340 Series - 'Alpine Ridge'
JHL6240 Series -...
The Aquantia support page does have MacOS drivers for certain models of their LAN ports:
For the AQC111U adapter, Windows, Linux & MacOS drivers are listed.
For the AQC111C adapter, only Windows & Linux drivers are listed.
Maybe: try emailing them for...
That particular driver package includes (along with the Windows drivers) a "__MACOSX" sub-folder.
That's the only info I have about it.
The same web site also has firmware upgrades for at least some of the various Aquantia LAN ports.
Look for "Aquantia AQx-100107108111 Lan Controller Firmware...
This Aquantia driver (version 2.1.18) package includes some Aquantia OSX drivers, although the web page only mentions Windows drivers.
For Aquantia LAN ports to work in macOS, there's now new driver versions for both Windows and macOS:
Separately, there's also an Aquantia firmware update...
For external USB drives that are readable & writable in both macOS & Windows, try using the exFAT format.
However, an exFAT drive won't be boot enabled, AFAIK.
If using an HFS+ drive format (& exclusively with macOS), then also use the GPT partition table, instead of the older MBR.
Note: only affects Windows when running on ASUS branded PC's, AFAIK.
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Clarification: on some motherboards is located a USB 3.1/Thunderbolt connection chip & header, with it's own "header firmware".
A Thunderbolt port, whether located on a separate PCIe card or soldered onto the motherboard, would also have it's own controller chip and separate firmware. For...
There would at least be a visible desktop, were you to simply power off, swap out the nVidia card & replace with a Vega card, then re-boot while still running High Sierra, no? Then do an in-place O.S. upgrade to Mojave. Leaving fine tuning of extra features for afterwards.
Forgot to mention: this page says that a GTX 680 card would also work with Mojave, if you were willing to downgrade to an older GPU:
Vega cards are natively supported in Mojave, so simply swap hardware and should work okay.
NVidia cards are unsupported with proper drivers when running Mojave, due to ongoing non-cooperation between them and Apple. No one knows if that could maybe change whenever the 2019 MacPro is released, but seems kind of unlikely.
Current best plan: sell the nVidia card and replace it with a...
Except for the pricing difference: the Syba card is currently ~$20 to $30 more expensive than the Aquantia branded 10G card at Amazon.
Note: the Syba card has the factory firmware v. 3.0.33, where the Aquantia card has the 3.1.30 factory firmware.
Both cards can work in macOS & Windows.
Okay, thanks for the info.
Although: it might still be useful if you were to use the "diag" utility to
1: determine what firmware version number that the
card came from the factory with.
2: And for anyone interested, provide a...