Any possibility of contacting the Windows driver people to see how they managed to work around the bios issues?
Well I have strong doubts that this our windows people are actually involved in this. This could be fixed our worked around by a motherboard driver, but not by the graphics driver.

As I said you could try to force the PCI subsystem to reallocate the bridges or maybe try to update the BIOS, but from the graphics driver you can't do anything here.


Regards,
Christian.

Am 19.02.2018 um 16:59 schrieb Joseph Wang:
Applied the patch.  The system was able to boot up but I got a whole bunch of kernel errors.  The machine was responsive but couldn't connect to the cards.

Also there is this post about new AMD drivers that can use up to 13 GPU's on a B250 mining expert motherboard

http://www.aurelp.com/2017/11/01/solved-how-to-add-more-than-8-gpus-in-windows-10-step-by-stepfix/

Any possibility of contacting the Windows driver people to see how they managed to work around the bios issues?

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