- Aug 9, 2019
- Gigabyte Designare Z390
- RX 580
Everything here looks fine. Some questions:Here it is:
I'm using OC 0.6.3, BIOS F9g with CFG unlocked. No TB devices or monitors are connected. Here are the screenshots of various settings.Everything here looks fine. Some questions:
- Which version of OpenCore are you using? 0.6.3 or the brand new 0.6.4?
- Which version of BIOS are you running? We recommend F9g or later with BOOT --> CFG-Lock set to Disabled.
- If you insert a USB boot disk in the system (any USB flash disk with an EFI partition) and go to BIOS Setup, you can capture screenshots by pressing F12. A .bmpfile will be saved to the EFI partition of the USB flash disk, which can be converted to JPEG using Pixelmator, Gimp, or other photo editor.
- Can you please post a BIOS screenshot of the Settings page that shows the various IGPU settings (and other settings)?
- Do you have any Thunderbolt devices connected?
- Do you have a Thunderbolt monitor connected?
Hi @CaseySJ !@CaseySJ
the chip is part of the list when i type 'flashrom -L'
- two commands where used
- sudo flashrom -p ch341a_spi : to check if the chip was detected by the flashrom tool,
- sudo flashrom -p ch341a_spi -r mx25v8035f-down-orig-1.bin : to read and Back-up chip memory
- same replay if we run the commas several times,
- yes i read the guide and followed the instructions,
- yes I also tried overwriting the chip id ... even if it mentioned that mx25v8005 is supported, I do not think that is the case ! please find attached CLI output when I try to overload the chip ID.View attachment 499863
BTW on the MODO I have another chip (25L25673G) and with that one I can make a backup ! for this one, the binary is about 32M
That heroic effort deserves commendation! Attached ZIP contains two modified versions of the Intel Quartz Canyon NUC Thunderbolt firmware. Please try MOD-1 first. If there are issues with device connection on cold boot or warm boot or wake-from-sleep, then try MOD-2.Hi @CaseySJ !
so it was not plug and play but quite fun and lil bit easy to make it! indeed my chip was not recognized by Flashrom, so it was necessary, based on the chip datasheet, to add it manually in "flashchip.h & flashchip.c" and recompile the code ! now a can read/write and verify chip memory.
if you still agree to help me by doing your magic , here is the binary to patch for thunderbolt activation and also some screenshots to help you making the SSDT.
Thanks again for your help.
Please note that your Internal Graphics controller is Disabled. It needs to be Enabled (and not Auto).I'm using OC 0.6.3, BIOS F9g with CFG unlocked. No TB devices or monitors are connected. Here are the screenshots of various settings.
The problem has been that the computer doesn’t boot up consistently when Internal Graphics is enabled. When I disable it, then it boots without issues.Please note that your Internal Graphics controller is Disabled. It needs to be Enabled (and not Auto).
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Also, please try upgrading to OpenCore 0.6.4 by following this guide strictly (with USB Flash Disk):
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