- Feb 10, 2018
- Gigabyte Z390 Designare
- UHD 630
If you're running Catalina, did you have Mojave on the same SSD before (i.e. you upgraded from Mojave to Catalina)? If so, please do this:I doubt the hardware is at fault, but who knows?
Just had the same issue again. I checked with IORegistryExplorer what was going on while replugging HS11 (Bluetooth) and HS12 (front USB). Didn't get bluetooth back to work, but noticed an oddity in HS11: it showed "UsbConnector 0x0", just like HS12..
Checked the usb SSDT, which defined HS11 as 0xff. It's really weird. Just to test, I replaced 0xff with 255. Upon rebooting bluetooth worked again and HS11 showed up as 0xff, but I'll just have to wait and see I guess.. ?
kextstat | grep -v appleand post a screenshot of the result
Are you running an NTFS driver such as Paragon NTFS? If so, try uninstalling the driver and reboot.Hi everyone! For the past few weeks I've been trying to throubleshoot my problem with KPs. Just a short recap: I was facing random KPs after I booted back from Windows to MacOS and I found out that the Windows SSD caused this. I changed all my drives related to Windows and the problem started again. Without the Windows SSD plugged in works just fine.
Honestly I'm really tired of this already but I really need the Windows boot also! I'm out of ideas..
Anyone with the same issue?
I created separate spoilers intentionally in order to avoid future confusion. Although the SSDTs might be the same, the ACPI renames are different.It's in the repository
I see ''no driver loaded'' too, but UA stuff still works. Basically, UA over TB works straight out of the box, you don't need any convoluted TB chip reprogramming to get an Apollo working. Haven't tried all their models(there are just too many) and versions, but I don't see why one would work...www.tonymacx86.com
@CaseySJ I just looked at the z370a and z370a-II sections of the repository and the SSDT's are identical. Also, the name changes are a lot more concise and clean in the Z370a spoiler. Mine (version 2) was...superfluous.
I other words z370a-II can be removed and z370a can be used for both. I don't won't to clutter your repo
@nmano, please look through the references pointed out by @NorthAmTransAm. But also look at the Thunderbolt DROM Micro-Guide for GC-Titan Ridge because it tells you which chip to flash (the one with the blue dot).
Yes we can simply do an in-place update from Mojave 10.14.5 to 10.14.6 using System Preferences --> Software Update. However, we must always make a full bootable backup before doing the update. Expect the update to fail (though most likely it will succeed).hi, i have a running system 14.5.4 and have to update to 14.5.6 to use the new logic update .... month were passed and i have to find out what i have to do again ;-)
is it possible to update directly to 14.5.6 with skipping 14.5.5 ? if it is possible - where can i find the pages relating to this ( in this huge thread ) ? ;-)
Please try the attached SSDT:MassDrop CTRL keyboard. It works fine when connected to a type-A port. It just doesn't work when connected to a hub via thunderbolt (type-a or otherwise), but it is my only USB2 device that has issues; except for other keyboards. Any keyboard connected via the Thunderbolt hub stops working as soon as MacOS starts loading.
I can not get it there is always not recognized under Windows what can I do I have it with the programCH341A with AsProgrammer
Because Windows does not recognize the Thunderbolt controller and the UID is 0x00000000 it could mean a couple of things:ws25q80dv this is the type in the software with which I try
Z170X-Designare bios does not list GPIO3 Force Pwr as an option under Thunderbolt. Thunderbolt Security is listed, and yes, set to none is the way to get partial TB3 support (devices plugged in at boot only, no howstwap) with this board.
I have attached the latest Z-170X-Designare bios if anyone wants to take a stab at modding it.