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    Posted: 08 Aug 2019 at 9:16pm
I have an X570M Pro motherboard with an Asrock Thunderbolt 3 AIC installed in PCIe3 slot with the Thunderbolt connector installed between the AIC and motherboard Thunderbolt connector port per the motherboard's manual.

With Thunderbolt disabled I am able to boot normally into Windows 10 with no issues. As soon as I enable Thunderbolt in the bios, my M.2 drive no longer shows up in the boot menu of the bios and I am unable to boot into Windows.

The motherboard BIOS has been updated to the latest version 1.50. The only BIOS settings change that has been made is to enable Thunderbolt 3:

Advanced -> AMD PBS -> Thunderbolt Support - Enable

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It looks like you and I have the exact same problem. I just posted the same thing requesting help.
Any luck since?
Thanks.

I hope Asrock are monitoring this and will help us.
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I'm experiencing the same issue with my X570M Pro4 with bios v1.90.

If I enable Thunderbolt support within the bios, on the next boot, my M.2 NVME drive (Aourus 1TB PCIe Gen4) disappears and windows can't boot.

We need an answer ASRock!
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Add me to that list but with a different motherboard.

My specs:
CPU:               Ryzen 5 3600
Motherboard: X570 Phantom Gaming 4 (Firmware p1.30)
Card:              Asrock Thunderbolt 3 AIC R2.0
Memory:        Corsair Vengeance LPX 2 x 16GB DDR4 3200Mhz
Storage:        Samsung 970 Evo M.2
Graphics:       Gigabyte RTX 2070 Super Gaming OC
PSU:               Seasonic Focus Plus 550 Gold

The Apple Thunderbolt Display I hooked up to the thunderbolt card does work to some extend (only image and sound) but not the USB-Ports, webcam etc.

When I boot from an Ubuntu-Boot-Stick I can see my partitions no problem, but I can't boot to them..

I tried it with Bios(MBR) and UEFI(GPT) Windows.

Any help?
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Curiously, I reverted back to v1.80 of the BIOS and it all works once again... My Aorus 1TB Gen4 SSD is detected, as is my Thunderbolt 3 AIC and I can boot into Windows fine.

On version 1.90, something changes in term of the chipset and PCIe x16 buses and I think that they conflict with each other.

Do dive into this ASRock and check what has happened, listen to your customers, we're the ones paying for your products and keeping the company alive.

You were the only board maker to launch a Micro-ATX X570 based board and I commend you on that, but do support us equally.
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Experiencing the same issue using 1.90 bios, i will try out the solution using 1.80.
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M2 is neither detected on 1.90 nor 1.80
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote l0rn Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 Sep 2019 at 10:04pm
Originally posted by vassoura vassoura wrote:

Curiously, I reverted back to v1.80 of the BIOS and it all works once again... My Aorus 1TB Gen4 SSD is detected, as is my Thunderbolt 3 AIC and I can boot into Windows fine.

On version 1.90, something changes in term of the chipset and PCIe x16 buses and I think that they conflict with each other.

Do dive into this ASRock and check what has happened, listen to your customers, we're the ones paying for your products and keeping the company alive.

You were the only board maker to launch a Micro-ATX X570 based board and I commend you on that, but do support us equally.


Did you do anything else? I tried all available ROM Versions, but no luck... The M2 won't get detected as long thunderbolt support is enabled
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I didn't have to do anything, once I reverted back to v1.80 and enabled Thunderbolt support, both M.2 SSDs where detected (they're both PCIe SSDs, not SATA, in my case).

In v1.80, temps and voltages are higher than in v1.90

Contact ASRock support and submit a ticket. They might be able to help and we keep pressure on them.
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500GB Sabrent Rocket Gen4
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote l0rn Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 Sep 2019 at 10:23pm
Originally posted by vassoura vassoura wrote:

I didn't have to do anything, once I reverted back to v1.80 and enabled Thunderbolt support, both M.2 SSDs where detected (they're both PCIe SSDs, not SATA, in my case).

In v1.80, temps and voltages are higher than in v1.90

Contact ASRock support and submit a ticket. They might be able to help and we keep pressure on them.


How did you manage to put two M.2 SSDs in there.... The x570m only has one slot?!
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