- Nov 11, 2018
- Gigabyte Z490 Vision D
- RX 580
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Some questions/comments:I have tried also on latest Catalina without luck and also on Windows 10 is same - the TB3 no work I have heard that TB3 from Gigabyte site in not enough and needs to be installed Microsoft "Thunderbolt Control center"
So, previously it was necessary that thunderbolt first properly under run under Windows and on the same PC, but what now? Did you install first TB3 driver on Windows?
and as I mentioned in the previous post TB3 connection between mainboard and monitor work just fine via cable TB3 type c to DP
Couple of quick suggestions:@CaseySJ got a weird issue when restarting Macos. I have 3 NVMEs; 2 Samsung Evo + on the first 2 slots on the MB (1TB with Macos, 250GB with Windows 10) + 1 WD 1TB (only data) installed on a PCIe x4 adaptor card in the PCIE x4 slot on the MB.
If I select "restart" from Macos, the system shuts down then restarts but it is stuck on the Gigabyte logo. It won't do anything. I have to press the power button to shut the system down, then the power button gain the restart and then the system boots as usual.
However if I boot windows 10, then restart from windows 10, system shuts down and restarts with no issue. It does not hang on the gigabyte logo.
Quick question: If you explicitly put the system to sleep from the Apple menu, does it go to sleep and stay sleep? When it first enters sleep, it may wake up within 30 seconds, remain on for about 60 seconds, but then go to sleep and stay asleep. Do you experience this behavior?...
What I noticed was that after 10 minutes the display and computer would in fact go to sleep but immediately wake again (not the same situation as you). This continued to happen at night but in the morning when I woke up the computer and display were asleep. Others had reported problems with the bluetooth cards causing sleep/wake problems so I tried some tests.
I wasn't sure how long it would take the mouse to sleep on its on, so I tried increasing the sleep time to 30 minutes. Now when the display and computer go to sleep, they stay asleep.
- Have you tried connecting other Thunderbolt 3 devices? Do they work?
- In BIOS, please confirm that Thunderbolt Security is set to No Security.
- In BIOS, please confirm that Thunderbolt Boot Support is set to Boot Once (this is recommended for UAD owners).
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- Also ensure that latest UAD drivers are installed for macOS.
- Also ensure that latest firmware is installed on the UAD device itself.
No. Here is what I observe:Quick question: If you explicitly put the system to sleep from the Apple menu, does it go to sleep and stay sleep? When it first enters sleep, it may wake up within 30 seconds, remain on for about 60 seconds, but then go to sleep and stay asleep. Do you experience this behavior?
Would this be sufficient? Also wondering if I would just be better off ordering a CH341A Programmer instead? I have a macbook pro sitting around here that would be more ideal to flash with instead of fussing with a new raspberry pi.
I think you'll be the first to use the Vision G with the ASUS xg-c100c. Let us know how it goes...