- Nov 11, 2018
- Gigabyte Designare Z390
- RX 5700 XT
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
It's only necessary to change RP05 to RP21. All child-node names must remain unchanged. However, this has less than 0.00000001% chance of fixing Thunderbolt 1 issues!! Because if that problem is due to Legacy Mode being disabled on Titan Ridge, then changing device ID won't help.Thanks. I have a version of this, and from your description, I'm wondering: Besides changing RP05 to RP21, should I also change DSB0 to DSB1? Where -unless I'm mistaken- my Apollo is showing up on RP21<IOPP<DSB1@1 ??
Are you using the GC-Titan Ridge or GC-Alpine Ridge card on your motherboard?-Just finished trying it out. Everything still worked, but no change in hotswapability. I caught it in i/o Reg on power disconnect, but as before, the UAD Apollo 8 Quad (this is the black one with 2 onboard Thunderbolt 2 ports) will not reconnect without a reboot. The secret sauce is in the Mac (Sierra, High Sierra, Mojave) -and Windows 10. CSM support in BIOS is off; CSM on and PCI=Legacy mode doesn't seem to make a difference, FWIW.
GC-Alpine Ridge may actually work with Thunderbolt 1 devices.
As for your UAD Apollo 8 Quad, in my experience motherboards with built-in Thunderbolt seem to be most reliable in the hot swap department.