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NavilleZhang
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November 7, 2018 6:17 am  
Posted by: uchlee

Hi,
Somehow with this app, I can boot Mac OS X but not Windows 10. It just hung if I chose 'Load Windows'. It doesn't matter if my eGPU is connected or not. 🙁

I can boot Windows 10 if I bypass this app. But I have to hot plug the eGPU when dots are spinning, which I hope that this app would fix.

I had similar experience. It will take a while if the USB disk you are using is slow. I suggest turn on debug mode and wait patiently for a while. I had to wait several minutes once

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November 7, 2018 7:10 am  

@NavilleZhang, Thanks for the reply. How can I turn on the debug mode?

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November 7, 2018 7:12 am  
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AFAIK, firmware/EFI updates are persistent. Once done, you can't go back.

This used to be possible.  https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/guide-how-to-get-back-old-efi-after-downgrade-from-yosemite.1803934/

And downloads up to the Mid-2014 MBP (2015's firmware are available) from Apple's website. As we know, we don't have the firmwares for the newer devices (unless someone dumped and saved them) but it would seem, technically, that it is possible. Anyhow, irrelevant here but worth noting 🙂

Yes, used to be possible. Not anymore.

https://egpu.io/forums/mac-setup/automate-egpu-sh-is-reborn-with-amd-polaris-fiji-support-for-macos/paged/3/#post-6151

All EFI executables are available from macOS installation packages.

Apple removed the sentence ”macOS Internet Recovery (Option-Command-R) installs the version that originally came with your Mac”. A real factory reset (including the firmware) is not possible anymore.

https://egpu.io/forums/mac-setup/10-12-2-trying-to-downgrade-to-10-12-1/#post-701

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November 7, 2018 7:30 am  
Posted by: uchlee

Somehow with this app, I can boot Mac OS X but not Windows 10. It just hung if I chose 'Load Windows'. It doesn't matter if my eGPU is connected or not. 🙁

I can boot Windows 10 if I bypass this app. But I have to hot plug the eGPU when dots are spinning, which I hope that this app would fix.

@goalque, Can you please advise me on this? I left it for 10 mins after choosing Windows but nothing changed.

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November 7, 2018 9:49 am  

Been using this work around for a week now and its been perfect (the version prior to the auto USB build - I may start my own thread to try and discuss/work out whats changed and why it works differently on my set up). Can now boot in both macOS and Windows with EVERYTHING plugged in from the start, no hot plugging, no plugging my monitor in after boot, no standing on one foot, no winking at a magpie, it just works... thanks again guys, Vega arrived yesterday but haven't had time to swap it out, fingers crossed. Actually looking forward gaming in macOS as over 50% of my Steam Library is macOS.

Whats this I read about 10.14.1 breaking eGPU support? Is it just rEFInd based work arounds or?

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NavilleZhang
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November 7, 2018 10:05 am  
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Posted by: uchlee

Somehow with this app, I can boot Mac OS X but not Windows 10. It just hung if I chose 'Load Windows'. It doesn't matter if my eGPU is connected or not. 🙁

I can boot Windows 10 if I bypass this app. But I have to hot plug the eGPU when dots are spinning, which I hope that this app would fix.

@goalque, Can you please advise me on this? I left it for 10 mins after choosing Windows but nothing changed.

Can you try debug mode and attach the log?

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uchlee
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November 7, 2018 10:17 am  
Posted by: uchlee

@NavilleZhang, Thanks for the reply. How can I turn on the debug mode?

I do not know how to turn on the debug mode and I searched it but failed to find it.

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NavilleZhang
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November 7, 2018 12:48 pm  
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@NavilleZhang, Thanks for the reply. How can I turn on the debug mode?

I do not know how to turn on the debug mode and I searched it but failed to find it.

EFI/CLOVER/config.plist, there is something like

```

<key>Debug</key>
<false/>

```

change false to true and you are ready to go.
Try again booting, wait a while. Force reboot into macOS, the log should be called "debug.log" under EFI/CLOVER/misc/

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November 7, 2018 1:53 pm  
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I updated my 2016 15" MacBook Pro to 10.14.2 beta. The new Boot ROM is 250.0.0.0.0. Nothing changed regarding eGPU Boot Camp and @goalque's EFI Boot Manager. The PCI Express x16 Controller - 1901 to Radeon Pro 450 dGPU has been disabled for a while now and I can still switch back and forth between Windows and macOS. It works well with only the Intel HD Graphics 530 iGPU driving the internal display.

I wonder if disabling the PCIe express bus rather than the 560X dGPU would get better result with the Intel, or if that would also lead to a dark screen under windows.
What do you think?


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November 7, 2018 2:50 pm  

@NavilleZhang, Here's the log file. Thanks,

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November 7, 2018 3:15 pm  
Posted by: uchlee

@NavilleZhang, Here's the log file. Thanks,

You didn't attach it anyhow

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November 7, 2018 3:26 pm  

@NavilleZhang
Oh, this forum does not allow to attach .log file saying "the file type is not allowed." 🙁

Please try this:
https://goo.gl/PSWemL

 

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November 7, 2018 7:19 pm  
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I am on a 2018 MBP and I was aiming to address a different issue: whether muxing is functioning as expected or not. I got the display working on a basic adapter - which was the Intel at the time and the RP560X disabled/uninstalled.

Drivers uninstalled or disabled? It leads to two very different outcome for me: drivers uninstalled : basic adapters (though it's the same with drivers installed), device disabled: black screen


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November 7, 2018 8:40 pm  

@jya Intel -> no drivers, AMD -> disabled. Uninstalled there meant I removed AMD from the device manager (this is not same as driver uninstall). Doing that would result in black screen, but didn't in that case.

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November 8, 2018 1:14 am  
Posted by: mac_editor

@navillezhang I think you should consider retrying on a clean bootcamp installation/ensure non-modded state install, with this EFI. First just attempt getting the iGPU to work. Test multiple boots in this config. and then go on to the eGPU (hotplug/DSDT/etc.).

Consider: https://egpu.io/forums/builds/late-2016-15-macbook-pro-2xrx580s32gbps-tb3-akitio-node-duo-win10-theitsage/

While it's not for NVIDIA eGPU, which is actually easier, I believe following most of the steps there should give you a system that can initialize any single eGPU properly (he initialized 2).

Instead of using integrated.bat you could use MuxSetting=1.

@theitsage @mac_editor I formatted and installed everything again. I can see iGPU now with MuxSettings=1. However disabling 1901 gets me a bluescreen in AppleSPIDevice.sys with error WDF_VIOLATION and disabling 1905 is not an option for me since I need all the ports.

I then moved on attempting to do a DSDT override, I can't compile my own DSDT and pre-built ones doesn't have my model. The decompiler still says something were not imported and I don't know how to proceed the "Search for a unique error keyword from your dsdt-modified.dsl error line within dsdt-modified.asl (it may look a bit different) and the just swap the lines above/below into your dsdt-modified.dsl file and compile." part, I've attached my DSDT dump.

Thanks

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November 8, 2018 11:42 am  

I used my own dumped dsl as a base and used mgear1981's dsl to merge in the patch as well as some parsing errors. I can compile the dsl as well as load into Windows. However as soon as the eGPU is plugged in, in a few seconds I'm greeted by a bluescreen. Each time the error is a bit different, last time was some exception in AppleSPIDevice.sys, the one before was some IRQ_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL. I used muxsettings=1 instead of intergrated.bat, as suggested by @mac_editor

Below is my modified .dsl

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November 8, 2018 12:04 pm  
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Hello! System boot problem. Hangs on the UEFI bootloader screen after selecting a system (wINDOWS OR MACos). All graphics adapters are defined. Determine even iNTEL HD4000, which is not on the iMac).

It does not make up imaginary device ids, there is an Intel HD 4000 [0x8086 0x162].

https://ark.intel.com/products/65524/Intel-Core-i7-3770S-Processor-8M-Cache-up-to-3-90-GHz-

maybe disabled by the firmware.

Did you remove apple_set_os.efi?

Hello! You mean not UEFI apple_set_os.efi, sary versions? I previously reinstalled MacOS High Sierra.


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November 8, 2018 12:06 pm  

I found out that you need to explicitly run intergrated.bat prior disabling 1901. Now I can reboot and 1901 remains disabled, so that's some progress.

However now as long as I plugin the eGPU I always get a bluescreen with code SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED in (AppleSPIDevice.sys or Wdf01000.sys)

@uchlee the EFI app seems to be booting correctly. itsage might know what's the issue from here.

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November 8, 2018 2:06 pm  

@navillezhang Can you boot into Windows using EFI Boot Manager without eGPU connected? If so, please share screen captures of Device Manager under three different tabs. The first one is "Devices by type". The second is "Devices by connection". The last one is "Resources by connection".

You're getting close to pairing the RTX 2080 Ti with your 2016 15" MacBook Pro. This laptop is one of the more challenging Macs to get working in Boot Camp. It doesn't help that there's firmware conflict between RTX series GPUs and the i7-H CPU in this laptop. Therefore don't connect the RTX eGPU prior to boot, it will freeze the booting process.

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November 8, 2018 2:45 pm  

Thank you very much for this. I tried start with this EFI in my usb storage, I found that some thing just flash on my screen and then all screen become black. I have been waiting for a long time, but nothing happend. So did I miss something? Thinks.


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November 8, 2018 2:53 pm  

When I boot into Windows, with eGPU connected, the Bootloader reports "no egpu detected". Any clues to why this would be? Nothing gets unplugged and it works, but it's odd no?

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November 8, 2018 3:48 pm  

@eightarmedpet I've seen that on many occasions too. It works fine as long as the PCI ID of eGPU shows up within "GPU(s):-----" line.

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November 9, 2018 12:35 am  

Amazing @goalque. This works on my mid-2014 13" retina MBP with a RX560 on a Akitio Thunder2, as you said, out of the box. It just works.
I only find one thing missing. I do not see the hotplug icon so that I can "undock" the laptop. If I pull the cable, the system automatically logs out and it does not crash, but hotplug the egpu again without rebooting makes the internal display go black. External connected to the egpu works again. Weird or that is just working as intended?
I still haven't been tested it in Windows as my installation used to be on an external usb and your script does not work with external windows installation (at least, not with the one I have). I will test via a bootcamp partition with DSDS.aml and MuxSetting=1.
Previously, I was never able to make Windows pass error 12 with the RX560. I used to use a GeForce 1050Ti which worked fine under windows, but I swapped it for the Radeon due to the lack of support of drivers from nvidia for macOS.

Again, thanks for your amazing work!

edit: using macOS 10.14.1

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November 9, 2018 11:07 am  

Hello,

Well, I am sorry to ask a dumb question...

Yesterday evening I was, at the end, going to try this solution to use my eGPU with Mojave on my 2011 MBP, but having a double boot, I was not able to boot on Mojave after booting by the EFI ? Even with selecting the Mojave partition as the startup disk didn't fix this, always booting on the other one, High Sierra.

You know we have to start first on EFI without eGPU and then play with pmset...

Thank in advance

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November 9, 2018 1:07 pm  
Posted by: goalque

Yes, the included apple_set_os.efi and config.plist's MuxSetting=1 should resolve error code 12 in most cases. If still doesn't work, and you don't have the large memory area as default in the firmware, use your own compiled DSDT.aml.

Hello,

I’ve just reinstalled Windows 10 (build 1803) in a bootcamp partition but there is no way I can get pass error 12. I have my own compiled DSDT.aml and I’ve set MuxSettings=1, but error is still there.
I have never been able to make the Radeon a work under Windows. Any clue?
My specs: mid 2014 rMPB 13” (only iGPU) with Akitio Thunder2 and Radeon RX560 4GB.
I’m a little bit desperate as Large Memory appears in Windows but for some reason the graphics card is still complaining. As if Windows wasn’t smart enough to allocate resources there.
By the way, the eGPU works fine under macOS 10.14.1

Any help is appreciated.

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November 9, 2018 1:26 pm  

@lars18th Seeing Large Memory in Device Manager is a good sign. I'd recommend uninstalling the Radeon graphics drivers using DDU. Restart your MacBook Pro then install the latest Radeon drivers.

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November 9, 2018 3:58 pm  

Thanks for the tip @theitsage. I've tried what you say several times. The problem is that my Windows, I don't know why, it is not allocating any resource on the Large Memory address space.
All devices fall outside of the C20000000 - E0FFFFFFF memory address. I've tried removing all devices manually so that windows re-assigns them again, but it does the same. Everything stays in the 32-bit address space.

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November 9, 2018 4:23 pm  

@lars18th For macOS, by default the EFI patches for NVIDIA hence the eGPU icon is lost. Use the installer or config files I posted earlier in the forum or purge-wrangler.sh for AMD.

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November 9, 2018 4:46 pm  
Posted by: mac_editor

@lars18th For macOS, by default the EFI patches for NVIDIA hence the eGPU icon is lost. Use the installer or config files I posted earlier in the forum or purge-wrangler.sh for AMD.

purge-wrangler is the one I was using before, and for AMD eGPUs I think it suits best for me as per the macOS native support.
Knowing that I’ll return to it. Now I just need how to figure out my Windows to use the Large Memory address space.

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November 9, 2018 5:19 pm  
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@navillezhang Can you boot into Windows using EFI Boot Manager without eGPU connected? If so, please share screen captures of Device Manager under three different tabs. The first one is "Devices by type". The second is "Devices by connection". The last one is "Resources by connection".

You're getting close to pairing the RTX 2080 Ti with your 2016 15" MacBook Pro. This laptop is one of the more challenging Macs to get working in Boot Camp. It doesn't help that there's firmware conflict between RTX series GPUs and the i7-H CPU in this laptop. Therefore don't connect the RTX eGPU prior to boot, it will freeze the booting process.

it says the file is too big so I uploaded them to mega, here  https://mega.nz/#!iksnmIgS!7UYoh3EaWLpfborlZZYDexXza2StiRo9NFzbYlzAgMY
I reinstalled Windows 1809 this time from scratch and the issue persists. As long as I plug in the eGPU, bluescreen. I wonder if this is hardware failure or something

Just to clarity, it's not booting with eGPU. I'm aware of that I shouldn't do that. The problem is as long as I plug in the eGPU after Windows has fully started, I get bluescreen

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November 9, 2018 5:55 pm  

@navillezhang I see you're plugging the eGPU to the left TB3 port under PCIe Controller 1905. What happens when you plug it to the right TB3 port under PCIe Controller 1909? Try uninstalling all AMD and Nvidia graphics drivers first using DDU. Then hot-plug your RTX 2080 Ti eGPU to the right TB3 port closest to the display hinge.

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November 9, 2018 5:57 pm  
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@navillezhang I see you're plugging the eGPU to the left TB3 port under PCIe Controller 1905. What happens when you plug it to the right TB3 port under PCIe Controller 1909? Try uninstalling all AMD and Nvidia graphics drivers first using DDU. Then hot-plug your RTX 2080 Ti eGPU to the right TB3 port closest to the display hinge.

During the screenshot the eGPU is not plugged in, since plug in itselt gets instant bluescreen. And I was using the right side port

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November 9, 2018 6:02 pm  

You can try to time your hot-plug. Once you select to boot into Window from EFI Boot Manager, connect the eGPU as soon as you see the Windows logo and spinning circles.

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November 9, 2018 6:06 pm  

Just tried that and the circle spins forever. Is there any method to dump the bootlog for you to analyze?

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November 9, 2018 6:08 pm  

@navillezhang Do you have anything else besides eGPU plugged in to any other port? If so disconnect those before hot-plugging. At least on the 2018 MBP doing so resolved blue screens.

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November 9, 2018 6:18 pm  
Posted by: mac_editor

@navillezhang Do you have anything else besides eGPU plugged in to any other port? If so disconnect those before hot-plugging. At least on the 2018 MBP doing so resolved blue screens.

Still getting a bluescreen wrt AppleSPIDevice.sys

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