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To stop the CUDA prefpane popping up on startup, just delete the /Library/LaunchAgents/com.nvidia.CUDASoftwareUpdate.plist file.

 

Also, if you prefer to use the Apple drivers for any reason, you can replace the libclh.dylib file in /S/L/E/GeforceGLDriver.bundle/Contents/MacOS/ with the one from the web driver (GeforceGLDriverWeb.bundle) and still have working power management.



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I can confirm that CUDA is working with latest nvidia driver and clocks are going down properly.

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Can somebody PM me properly pached APMG kext pls? 

 

I'm on gtx 650ti.



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Cuda update  6.0.46 is ready to download to compliment the Nvidia 8.27.21 (334.01.01f01) webdriver



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Hi guys, I have this problem with an old mobile Geforce 105m.

Mac os natively supports it, but there are no drivers available in nvidia site, so how can I fix it ?

Do I have to add the flag to boot.plist?



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First you say card is natively supported then you ask "how can I fix it"? Your post is self contradictory.

 

Let me guess your answer:

 

The Nvidia drivers are universal but obviously you need to select a card that's available in a "Mac version" to get to the download. Select Geforce GTX 680, then you'll see.



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Hello, thanks.

Probably there was a misunderstanding ... I mean my card works properly without a particular kext, or injection, or graphic enabler.

I read somewhere that was really used in old macbook with other name (but same chipset, only down clocked)

Anyway I have this bug too, so I would like to try this driver and I'm happy to hear that is universal.

I'll try later, thank you.



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Just a last question, is there a way to come back in case I don't like the new driver ?



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It's just a boot argument. And NVIDIA gives you a menu bar option to go back and forth.



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I have a quick question for you all. I have been following this topic for a while since 10.9 first came out. Ever since 10.9.4, the webdrivers cause a panic on shutdown or reboot. They worked perfect and fixed powermanagement for my card on all lower versions of OSX. Ever since I updated to 10.9.4 the drivers have been giving me problems. I figured it might be a an isolated incident, so I did a fresh install of OSX and the drivers still panic. The original osx drivers work normally, however the bug is there and the clock sticks. Am I the only one to experience this issue?

 

Im using a GT 640, and MacPro4,1 Smbios.







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