- Jan 3, 2011
- Gigabyte Z390 Designare
- RX 590
- Mobile Phone
Thanks Casey,Attached is a slightly modified Thunderbolt SSDT that at least removes DSB4 (because you have only one Thunderbolt port) and also removes some extraneous NHI0 properties.
Everything else seems to be configured properly. You have an NVMe SSD attached to the Thunderbolt port.
- Was this device attached prior to booting?
- Are you able to hot-plug this device?
- Do you have any other Thunderbolt devices?
- If you can install Linux on a USB flash disk and boot from that, we can use Linux to obtain the Thunderbolt DROM. (I can show you the procedure.)
- However, using the correct Thunderbolt DROM may or may not make a difference.
- Reading the Thunderbolt firmware with an SPI ROM reader should be the last resort. But if all else fails I can modify your on-board Thunderbolt firmware. (But please keep the risks in mind.)
I'm gonna try the new TTridge.aml
- Was this device attached prior to booting? Yes its a Sabrent NVME Enclosure,it works after boot
- Are you able to hot-plug this device? No not yet
- Do you have any other Thunderbolt devices? Yes UAD Apollo Twin (Wich connects perfect but no Hot-Plug)