07-23-2019 01:48 PM - edited 08-28-2019 03:07 AM
1903 Win update breaks thunderbolt full functionality for me. EGPU Aorus Gaming Box GF 1070 is no longer recognized by the system. In Win 10 1809 everything works ok.
I guess there are two reasons
- Thunderbolt firmware update (https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/swdetails/hp-zbook-studio-x360-g5-convertible-works...) fails to install in Win 10 1903.
- After installing the latest Intel Chipset Support driver (10.1.17695.8086 Rev.A, sp91957, https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/swdetails/hp-zbook-studio-x360-g5-convertible-works...) thunderbolt stops working and dissappears from the device manager. Probably BIOS bug. Changing the hotplug mode to native + low power in BIOS helps, but I can't use it as the eGPU is not recognized in this mode. (see question ZBook Studio G5 - Thunderbolt controller is not recognized by the system.)
I tried upgrade with win update and I tried fresh install from usb disk with drive format.
Any help is welcome, I can run Win 1809 for now, but I will be forced eventually by MS.
Are there any HP guys around in this forum, to check these easily reproducible issues and fix them?
09-13-2019 04:44 AM
Hi, I have the same issue on a HP Omen 17-an021na. I need my Sonnet eGPU to speed up my 3D renders. When is HP going to release new drivers?
I noticed that none of their consumer notebooks and laptops have been tested with Windows 10 1903
Is that a bad 'omen' (pun pun)?