- Sep 1, 2018
- Asus Prime Z370-A
- GTX 1050 Ti
I got the idea from another thread to delete the AppleThunderbolt kexts, as it made it work for the poster then. Not for me, I can't get them reinstalled either, strangely.Breaking it down a littler here.
As far having OS recognizing thunderbolt goes it simply won't do that. It will however, if booted with the Apollo already on and OS restarted after said boot (I know I know its weird but its the truth), show up as an audio device and work 100 percent normal. The good people here are working on that now.
So I never had to messed with any of the thunderbolt kext and my goal for my build (identical besides the GTX) was to be as plug and play as possible. Clearly your card works and your OS boot isn't hanging up. Have you matched my Thunderbolt bios settings and did a good unplug, boot, restart all with the Apollo on?
But, your method works! I have made sure that the BIOS settings are OK, restarted, restarted again and now the UAD software does make a connection to the Apollo-8, the UAD plug-ins are also showing up as normal.
Quite remarkably, the system does not show any Thunderbolt drivers, nor a PCI item for the Apollo, but the UAD Control Panel sees the hardware, just like under Windows. Now I will proceed to see if I can get ProTools also working... will keep you posted on progress.