- Jul 19, 2017
- Gigabyte Z390 Designare
- 5700 XT
Indeed it looks like all of them. The Dell U32J59x is my monitor (hdmi). I'm wondering, since the install was Clover, if I have something left over that is messing stuff up... like, when I start Clover Configurator, it does show me the screen below...
Two suggestions:indeed it looks like all of them. The U32J59x is my monitor ( hdmi ). I'm wondering since the install was clover if I have something left over that is messing stuff up... like when i start clover configurator it does show me the screen below...
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interesting, I must have changed something in the BIOD because, when I boot Clover from the USB stick with the '-v' option, it crashes and does a kernel dump... Of course, I can't see the backtrace because it has run off the screen.Two suggestions:
- Is the volume turned down, or the incorrect port selected?
- If you boot again using Clover, do internal audio ports work?
Ah, I did reboot, I was just thinking that touch would take a while.
Looks like I'll wait and see if 15.5 works for me. Thanks for all the help.
I just experienced this same issue again for the first time in a week or so.This is literally the *exact* same issue I've been experiencing - USB dropouts, that were initially mistaken as freezes (but weren't).
In the last few weeks, I've managed to not encounter one (knock on wood), but I'm not 100% certain they're gone, and I've changed so much, I'm not exactly sure what slowed them down/stopped them. Key things to note:
- Moved USB keyboard to one of the black ports on the back (HS09/HS10).
- Changed smbios to iMacPro1,1
- Update BIOS to revision g (or H) and double checked to ensure internal bluetooth/wifi card was completely disabled
I still encounter times in Ableton where the GUI and entire system (except for audio) lags for several seconds. I'm not sure why. It's quite annoying, but thankfully, the system hasn't seemed to drop USB out yet. I'm not convinced the problem is absolutely gone yet, but....this 3 things have seemed to improve it for me.
The only time I had that type of behavior was when I was using Thunderbolt without a header cable or when I tried using Thunderbolt with it completely disabled in BIOS. Your issue might lie somewhere in there.
Any idea ?
I precise that I only flashed the GC-AR. Do I need to flash the z390 Titan Ridge too ?
Many thanks for all the things you're sharing in this thread !