thanks. that explains why I had the issues with the tool.You're working on Z390 AORUS Extreme Thunderbolt Controller or on Add-in-Card Alpin-Ridge?
What you mean by this?
Fixed last DROM's byte, now you can edit that field.
If all fields in Customise window are blank that mean there's no ThunderboltDROM section in your SSDT.
HackinDROM will dont add it for you, because HackinDROM dont know which DROM you need
if you get a weird page like that its because there's an error in your SSDT so compilation failed! Maybe you forgot to close a bracket, or some comma error. But I think its because you tried to Compile without having ThunderboltDROM section in your SSDT.
Yes, I developed this tool, but I dont know much about Hackintosh and SSDT's haha, but if you explain me what you want to achieve maybe I can help you.
No other SSDTs or changes to DSDT are needed.I'm installing my new Designare today. I have flashed the TB chip.
I will use HackinDROM to create a custom SSDT.
in addition to that, are any other SSDT's required?
what about mods to my DSDT?
If you are using an add-in-card, it is necessary to determine its PCI address such as RP21 or RP05 or something else. IORegistryExplorer will give us that information. Feel free to select File --> Save As... and post the saved IOReg file.still working on the Aorus/alpine ridge
I used your tool to create a new SSDT--I chose the alpine ridge item from the selector in the tool.
I compiled and downloaded, and renamed as SSDT-Aorus-DROM.aml
however, it didn't activate the TB controller.
I replaced it with the old SSDT I had been using and it did activate TB.
then I tried to use your tool to modify my SSDT. I selected my file, uploaded, clicked on Customize/compile, and tried to fill in all the fields. however, I was not allowed to type any value in the last box of the custom DROM address. leaving that box blank, I clicked Compile. I was then presented with another screen, attached as screen shot 1. I clicked the download button and instead of downloading I was presented with another screen, attached as screen shot 2.
would you be kind enough to modify my SSDT?
Please check if agdpmod=pikera is present in Boot Args.I have always used Auto -- Whenever I use 'enable' in BIOS and I'm plugged into motherboard, it has weird glitches with graphics and has black screen when plugged into graphics card
EDIT: When I enable IGFX in BIOS on 0.6.1 it works when plugged into Graphics card. When I tried in 0.6.3 it didnt work though. Am I missing a boot argument using the standard?
I'm trying to get flashed AR working on my Aorus Pro, relocated into another case, and then I can get on with the installation of the Designare. I know that membership in the Society of Mad Scientists is highly coveted, and I aspire to membership some day.No other SSDTs or changes to DSDT are needed.
If you have already flashed the Designare's on-board Titan Ridge, we must welcome you into the Society of Mad Scientists.
the AR AIC is at RP21, which is consistent with the SSDT I'm using (attached to above post)If you are using an add-in-card, it is necessary to determine its PCI address such as RP21 or RP05 or something else. IORegistryExplorer will give us that information. Feel free to select File --> Save As... and post the saved IOReg file.