Target Mode Disk works also!!Very fair questions. This is our current understanding (which is subject to change):
- Enabling Port 7 might provide more robust Thunderbolt Local Node capabilities such as Thunderbolt Ethernet Bridge. It might be required for Target Disk Mode (which we have not tested).
- Enabling Port 7 might provide more robust compatibility with certain Thunderbolt devices, including perhaps some digital audio interfaces. More work needed to establish this.
OMG! Very impressive!Target Mode Disk works also!!
I've connected my MBP via to my Z390 Aorus Xtreme and I can see both partitions from my MBP as if they are external USB disks... Very impressive!!
And the MBP screen shows the battery / the lightning icon!!
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Apologies for dirty screen!
You can use any Thunderbolt Bus ID as long as it's unique. Start at 0 and increment by 1 for each additional controller.
If your Hackintosh shows Thunderbolt Bus in System Information --> Thunderbolt, then simply type this:
log show --last boot | grep Thunderbolt > ~/Documents/TB3.txt