- Apr 28, 2018
- Asus Dominus Extreme
- Radeon VII
Yes please extract and upload. I can modify it.Hi @CaseySJ ,
Has anybody extracted firmware for ASUS ThunderboltEX 3-TR?
If not, can I volunteer to do it so that someone can modify it?
Please try the following after making a full bootable backup:Hi.
Thank you very much for the work you are doing.
I have followed the mini guides to configure my hakintos, and, between switching from Clover to OpenCore ,I have decided to stay with Clover due to the difficulties or the package I am.
My BIOS version is F9g.
I have tried updating to 10.15.6 and it gives me an error, and I cannot get it.
I send you my config plist and some more information if you can help me.
We struggled with this for a while. For example, we tried not only multiple versions of Thunderbolt firmware but different modifications on each version. I'll add an appropriate notice in the Thunderbolt Repository.
Although everyone is experiencing the warm-boot issue on add-in-cards only (not on built-on controllers) I don't think everyone is experiencing those kernel panics.
You're welcome to try, but we were not able to solve the warm-boot issue with any of these.
The modified DROMs are based on the original DROM that accompanied each device. The modified GC-Alpine Ridge DROM is therefore based on the original GC-Alpine Ridge DROM.
If your motherboard has a Thunderbolt header (THB_C) then it's highly advisable to use it -- or at least to experiment with it. Such motherboards also provide Thunderbolt configuration parameters in BIOS, and those parameters should be configured properly. If in doubt about those parameters, simply post screenshot(s).
If your motherboard has a DisplayPort output on the rear IO panel, then try connecting that to one of the DP-INs on the GC-Alpine Ridge. Platform ID should be 0x3E9B0007, which I suspect it is already because you're already relying on internal graphics.