OK so I didnt want to clog up the rant above (the SwSMI Support / bF q-code) with the other issues that I still have.
Issue 2: At some point, no idea when, the USB port on the TB3 card stopped working. I have been unable to do anything to fix that one yet. Edit2: Looks like the pass through video signal is also not working as well.
Issue 3: The cold boot 01 issue. <--- Edit1 not b1, should be 01
So this is another TB3 issue hehe I guess I am just a glutton. I havent tested in a few weeks but as of 2 weeks ago it still happens.
If I shut off my computer for the night, the next day 100% of the time the BIOS will not see the TB3 card and will give me a 01 q-code error.
To fix it usually takes about an hour of turning the TB off and on in the BIOS, as well as unplugging and re-plugging in a device attached to the TB3 card. After around 10 reboots the BIOS wakes up or the TB3 card warms up hehe or whatever it is and it sees that its installed and then works perfectly. As long and you dont turn the computer off at night, you can reboot 100 times and the TB3 will still show up, and work just fine. Turn the computer off and blamo, it forgets and you have to go through the hour of messing with settings and rebooting until it wakes up again.
Edit3: I finally remembered that all you usually have to do is to power down the computer, unplug the psu power cord, hit the power button a few times, plug the psu power cable back in, and finally turn it on. This fixes it like 98% of the time. If it didnt fix it, just do it again.
Normally I would just put the computer to sleep, but once I switched mobos to the RVE10 sleep just doesn't work correctly. I dont think this has anything to do with the TB3 card, just something with the BIOS or Win10 or who knows what lol. Whenever I put the computer to sleep, when it wakes up the fans spin to 100% and do not adjust at all until you reboot the computer. Which is annoying.
So to "fix" the Fan speed and the 01/TB3 issue I just leave my computer on all the time.
Thats all I have for today hehe I have been meaning to update the thread for some time, I just wanted to post with the answers though... Thats not going to happen, so you get what you have now heheh
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