- May 30, 2014
- ASUS WS X299 Sage 10G
- Vega 64
- Mobile Phone
Wow ! That was my last weekend down the drain ....
Thank you !
In your guide you mentioned that we should boot with a USB-C device in order to populate the PCIe card, but I thought I had it covered by the TB3 connection to the monitor and the various USB flash drives I had under the monitor's USB-C hub. You were correct ! As soon as I booted with a USB-C stick in one of the TB3/USB-C ports of the PCIe card and the monitor connected to the other one everything worked great, as you can see from the attached screenshot.Also hotplug functions as intended.
BTW, after making some cosmetic changes in your SSDT, I performed some tests and I noticed that even if you use a small USB-C hub with nothing attached to it, the card WILL populate the USB-C port and hotplug WILL work thereafter.
I have one last request, which will satisfy my OCD ... Is is possible to modify the existing SSDT, or create a new one, that will fix the entry highlighted in the attached screenshot (XHCI from the LG monitor) for cosmetic purpose ? I am attaching the current registry status - if that helps.
Thanks again, especially for your very fast response.
I would not do so as the SSDT else should remain generally applicable.
All the best,