- Nov 11, 2018
- Asus ProArt Z690-Creator
- RX 6800 XT
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
I'm not a video guy, but I wanted to run the same test. Can you tell me what application DR Studio is?
Because Windows does not recognize the Thunderbolt controller and the UID is 0x00000000 it could mean a couple of things:
- One of the surface mount devices near the Winbond chip got damaged or removed.
- The Winbond chip itself is damaged.
- Carefully try to connect the CH341A to W25Q80DV chip and just read the firmware. Raspberry Pi is the preferred tool because it provides more useful information during read and write. Anyway, carefully try to read the firmware. Follow the Supplemental Procedure.
- If you cannot read the chip, then some options are:
- Take motherboard to a local PC repair shop and ask them to try and read the chip.
- If the chip is damaged, PC repair shop could replace the chip and program it for you.
- If the cost of this is higher than the cost of a new motherboard, then you have these options:
- Option 1: Buy an add-in Thunderbolt card such as GC-Alpine Ridge or GC-Titan Ridge. Your motherboard's on-board controller will not work, but a PCIe card can be added.
- Option 2: Replace the motherboard.
okay i think that's it a picture the white is the kane transmitter that went with the clipper omg
It is possible that the damage caused during original flashing (see photo) is not properly fixed.no it also does not work on mac tuhnderbold works with the 33 firmewares and the 50 firmwares
The day before the keynote I asked how long Mojave users expect to stay on Mojave. It's possible some will choose to remain on a supported OS like Mojave well past the 'expiration' date.** The end of Hackintosh as we know it ** Today's momentous announcement of the transition to Apple Silicon means that Macintosh will eventually become a completely closed and proprietary system. But this won't happen right away. There is plenty of time. The chart below is one way of...www.tonymacx86.com
@CaseySJ Hey, if we can't Hackintosh in 2030 then I'll shift my focus to building the biggest baddest VM of MacOS Little Dipper (or whatever it is in 2030) then.
Hopefully your timeline calms some nerves. Thanks for making that. Looking forward to learning how to spoof a CPU ID.