2018 15" MacBook Pro (RP560X) [8th,6C,H] + RX 580 @ 32Gbps-TB3 (ASUS XG Station 2) + macOS 10.15 & Win10 [Suwit]
So should I install the new drivers, then hot-plug, then reboot to Windows? Or should I install the drivers whilst the eGPU is plugged in?
BTW my OS Build is 18362.356 which may have broken something. It’s a fresh new install so I can’t go back to older version unfortunately
search Windows 10 1903 V1 x64. iso , then you will get 18362.30 , everything should be fine after that.
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OK so I've decided to stick with 18362.30 and I'm embarassed to say it works. Looks like Windows 10 OS Build is the culprit of my undying frustration. Thank you very much for all your help and if I have any more problems I will ask again.
@suwit_suriyasriwan, thank you so much for this, however, I ran into some problems.
I have the exact same Macbook Pro build with a small difference:
15" MacBook Pro 2018 (15,1), i7-8850H, Intel Graphics UHD630, AMD Radeon Pro 560X 4GB, Windows 10 1903 (bootcamp)
I installed Win10-Radeon-Software-Adrenalin-Aug2020-BootCamp-Red-Edition from bootcampdrivers.com
After going through all the steps and running Steam VR with an HTC Vive, Steam VR said that the headset was using the wrong graphics card. There doesn't seem to be a way to force the games to play on the eGPU.
- I tried Enabling Direct Mode in the Steam VR Developer Settings
- I tried disabling the Radeon Pro 560x and then tried disabling the Intel Graphics UHD630 on separate occasions. Both times repeating the steps of removing the drivers via DDU
- I've uninstalled Steam VR and uninstalled the HTC Vive Linkbox and Headset after installing the RX 580 drivers
- Same problems
I'm really not sure what else I can do to force the Steam VR games to use the appropriate games. I feel like I'm missing something easy. Any chance you can help?