- Jan 29, 2019
- Gigabyte Z390 Designare
- Vega 64
- Mobile Phone
Clover folder attached (but it makes no difference whether I use OpenCore or Clover).Your screenshot, after physically replacing the Winbond chip with a new one, shows a complete Thunderbolt node for the first time. Can you please run IORegistryExplorer and scroll down to RP05, but clear the Search box so we can see the full hierarchy?
Regarding an all-zero UID, please compress and post your CLOVER folder (or OpenCore if you use that) but remove serial numbers from config.plist.
Also check if BIOS --> Thunderbolt --> GPIO3 Force Pwr is set to Enabled.
GPIO3 Force Pwr is set to Enabled, yes.
Interestingly this time I could even flash the patched firmware to the chip once again in Windows with the Gigabyte Thunderbolt Firmware Update Tool. With the old (and probably defective or let’s say destroyed) chip this was not possible, because the chip was not detected at all.
But anyway, this didn’t help either. And Windows doesn’t find my MOTU 8A Thunderbolt interface either.
I have already tried it with different custom numbers for DROM, but all no difference.
Here are my screenshots:
In Hackintool the USB-C part of the Thunderbolt ports is also not detected anymore.