- May 30, 2014
- ASUS WS X299 Sage 10G
- Vega 64
- Mobile Phone
Tried it, still not working. When booting with UAD Satellite -> TB 2 - TB 3 adapter, i get kernel panic. Even tried with thunderbolt boot disabled in BIOS.
If i boot without a device, it boots up. But now since the SSDT implementation, the computer freezes once plugged in.
In BIOS i have set it up as PCIE16_3 , but my PCI system report still says SLOT4, could this be something?
Also, i have the Broadcom BCM943602CS in PCIE16_2, but have not SSDT loaded for it, could this be the problem?
posting pictures of tb-settings in bios as well as system report.
EDIT: Posting my motherboard setup just to clarify.
Both, your "PCI" snapshot and IOREG.save confirm that SSDT-X299-TB3HP.aml is now properly implemented.
The kernel panic might be BIOS setting or hardware related, but is certainly not related with the now correct TB and USB-C implementation gained by means of SSDT-X299-TB3HP.aml. Try to play with your TB BIOS settings or see if you can find posts related to general issues and possible solution for the UAD Satellite in respective forums.
BTW.. your TB adapter appears under slot-4 in Section PCI, because it is defined such within SSDT-X299-TB3HP.aml. In my own slot nomenclature outlined in my guide, the respective slot is defined such although in the ASUS user manual and ASUS BIOS it figures under PCIE16_3. It is just the 4th slot from above on the ASUS Prime X299 Deluxe, that's why I call it slot-4 myself. You can substitute slot-4 by anything else, it is as a purely cosmetic entry not related with the overall TB and USB-C functionality!
Good luck, my friend.