- Sep 21, 2013
- Gigabyte Z390 Designare
- RX 580
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
If you're using the GB Z390 Designare's onboard Thunderbolt and you're mostly concerned with UAD devices, you can probably revert your flashed Thunderbolt to the stock setting. I'm using the UAD Apollo 8 Quad (TB2) and hotplug works great with Mojave, Big Sur, and Windows 10 Pro beginning with OC 0.6.3 without flashing the TB chip. If you flash back, you may need to reinstall the driver in Windows. YMMV... If you don't need the UAD in Windows, maybe you can leave it be...Struck by Thunderbolt.
Having flashed two Thunderbolt 3 chips on two boards successfully, I thought the gods of tech were smiling upon me.
In macOS, flashed Thunderbolt 3 support is perfect, from all I've seen so far. My Universal Audio equipment is hot-pluggable, and all devices are seen and accessible. [I am seeing the issue where Plug-Ins are going Disabled, but I think that is going to be easily fixable, just setting adjustments. If anyone has info on this though, please let me know. Thanks!]
However, in Windows 10, and I mean BOTH of my two installations of Windows 10, Thunderbolt is dead. This will not work for me, as most of my work is in Windows.
In Windows, I'm seeing: "Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43)"
I've tried installing the latest Thunderbolt drivers (which were already installed before anyway), and now they fail to install.
Is there a way yet to have both working? What should I do at this point?