- May 30, 2014
- ASUS WS X299 Sage 10G
- Vega 64
- Mobile Phone
That's really good news, especially considering that wall i just hit (see below).
I got all the issues resolved from my previous post, except TB which is proving to be a headache. For some reason it just decided to work in Windows, but the Audio device that i connect through it (using a TB2 to TB3 adapter) is recognized but not available as an output. Same goes in mac, i can see kext being loaded, but it just wont show up in CoreAudio (Sounds) as an output. Any tips on how to troubleshoot TB thoroughly? In PCI under System Report, i can tell that one entry is the USB interface (it is properly output), and another one is Unknown, while both have the Driver loaded. Thunderbolt section says no driver loaded, but i keep reading that it is normal.
If Windows is giving me similar issues, does this point out to TBEX 3 being the culprit?
If you have problems under Windows, unplug/replug the TBEX 3 from/to your motherboard. Anyway, do I have once more to mention that the TBEX 3 is not very reliable and quite problematic in any case? Concerning macOS, people can only help if you upload the respective information requested at beginning of section C.). If the TB-SSDT has been properly adopted to your system, both TB and USB-C PCI drivers must be properly implemented and loaded under "PCI" of Apple's system report and also the TB ACPI table must be correctly implemented in IOREG. How to properly adapt any SSDT to your system and slot configuration is outlined within a small guideline linked in my guide (I guess I posted this sentence already a few 100 times along my threads). I also outlined repetitively that there is no TB local node or TB bus driver implementation possible on Hackintosh systems for now. Finally it is very uncomfortable to answer theoretical questions, as you do not have your own system, apparently only help others and also do not have any system specs in your profile either, which btw. anyway violates the board rules.
Good luck, my friend