- Mar 16, 2016
- HP ProDesk G2 600
- HD 530
- Mobile Phone
I find the fix ! I have 2 DP ports so I used the other one and with a real DP to DP câble and it works !!!DisplayPort should be fine...
Did you set the memory size to 64MB or higher?
I've used one of these adaptors myself when I first transitioned from my Mac Pro to hackintosh. It just worked once it was plugged in. I didn't have to do anything in BIOS. I suspect that your adaptor may be defective.Thanks for all the great information here, hope you don't mind if I jump in on a slightly different topic.
I just got a HP EliteDesk 800 G2 SFF with Windows 10 and am planning to follow this thread for Mojave eventually. However, I want to use a 2013 MacBook Air PCIe SSD (Toshiba 256GB, apparently AHCI, *not* NVMe) in the 4X PCIe slot. I bought a PCIe adapter card on eBay and everything seems to fit fine (I get a red light on the PCIe card, not sure if that's good or bad but at least I know power is getting there). However I cannot see this drive in either the BIOS (updated to latest July 2018 version), or in Windows (Disk Manager only shows the Windows SATA disk). I've tried a bunch of BIOS settings, changing the PCIe slot, and disconnecting the SATA disk -- nothing works.
I've been bouncing around a lot of posts all over the place and have posted on the HP forum, just wondering if anyone here might be able to point me in the right direction. Many thanks in advance.
I just got an el cheapo adaptor from eBay and it worked.Thanks for the lightning fast reply!
Yes I was worried that either the (admittedly cheap) adapter was bad, or worse that the SSD might be broken. Which adapter do you recommend, and was it bootable? My model THNSN2256GSPS Toshiba is "generation 3"; I gather the SSUBX is gen 4 so not sure if that might also make a difference...