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Today I updated the bios of my GB Z370 to the F10 version, and I noticed new settings in the Thunderbolt section.
Now I have the THB_C cable disconnected and it is not comfortable to install it, so, someone who has the cable already connected (with similar hardware) can do some tests and see if anything changes?
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I did try to change "Thunderbolt Enumeration Mode" to Native. And now ALL thunderbolt options in BIOS disappeared? Anyone know how to get it back?
And also... Does anyone know if there is any documentation about these settings? I can't find any and I don't know what any of the settings actually does?
 
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I did try to change "Thunderbolt Enumeration Mode" to Native. And now ALL thunderbolt options in BIOS disappeared? Anyone know how to get it back?
And also... Does anyone know if there is any documentation about these settings? I can't find any and I don't know what any of the settings actually does?
Same problem! I tried this setting two days ago and now the TB card has disappeared from the bios.
I have already contacted Gigabyte support but I have not had an answer yet.
I thought it was my problem, or a manufacturing defect, but I see that it happens to other people too.
I do not recommend everyone to try these settings!
 
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Same problem! I tried this setting two days ago and now the TB card has disappeared from the bios.
I have already contacted Gigabyte support but I have not had an answer yet.
I thought it was my problem, or a manufacturing defect, but I see that it happens to other people too.
I do not recommend everyone to try these settings!
Did you try to physically remove the card or reflash bios?
 
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Did you try to physically remove the card or reflash bios?
Yes, I've already tried to clean the CMOS, downgrade to the Bios F8, remove and reinstall the PCI-Thunderbolt card, reinstall the driver in Windows 10, but I was not successful.
Now the card does not work anymore! Damn!
 
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Lele, try reconnecting teh THB-C cable...
 
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Just my two cents...when I had similar issues with my card I did this...
 
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Lele, try reconnecting teh THB-C cable...
THB_C cable already reconnected.. It seems that my card is dead, even if I see it inside IOReg.
In Windows it works partially: the hotplug does not work and only recognizes some devices, but they do not work.
 
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Quite strange...you ONLY changed some BIOS parameters, correct?
 
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