Yes it worked for me with the Sage/10G and the X550-AT2 onboard. Unfortunately I returned the board until I can sell my original Sage and Rampage VI Extreme boards. Seemed to be much more reliable than installing in /L/E
This method works for me too on the Sage 10G, but why not just flash with ethtools? Then you don't ever have to worry about kext loading order issues again. Flashing is the true solution here, not juggling fakepciid loading order around.
I've just get an X299 Sage 10G with X550-T2
I tried @slawa post #266 without success
Is there anyone with the same motherboard with the 10G ports fully functioning ?
I've tried to flash (fail again !! )
View attachment 369818 the Vendor/Device-ID is 1043,8712
View attachment 369819Intel X550-T2 is assigned to enp225s0f0 & enp225s0f1
View attachment 369820 "sudo ethtool -e enp225s0 | less" I find the offset 0x0240
View attachment 369821 "sudo ethtool -E enp225s0f0 magic 0x15288086 offset 0x242 value 0x0a" give me an error : "Cannot set EEPROM data: Invalid argument"
I certainly did something wrong !! Any advice ?
Thanks in advance