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Nvidia Web Driver updates for macOS Sierra (UPDATE 07/21/2017)

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Hi All,


Wondering if anyone can help me I have installed 10.12.3. The 367.15.10.35f01 driver and enabled inject kext to yes and ticked nvidia web option. On boot up if I select verbose mode I can see it loads the driver but once it gets to end of boot sequence it turns my display off as it shows no signal. i can boot with nv_disable=1 just with poor graphics performance

System Specs

cpu: 4790k
GPU: Maxwell titan x


Thank you

Depending which smbios your using you may need to ADGPFix.app

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Depending which smbios your using you may need to ADGPFix.app

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Hi bud im using 14.2 imac i have applied ADGPFix.app but no different 



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I could manage the "No Signal" Problem like this:

 

Change /System/Library/Extensions/AppleGraphicsControl.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleGraphicsDevicePolicy.kext/Contents/Info.plist from:

<key>Mac-F60DEB81FF30ACF6</key>
                <string>Config1</string>

to:

<key>Mac-F60DEB81FF30ACF6</key>
                <string>none</string>

Do not use ADGPFix.app!

 

This solves the "No Signal" problem for MacPro 6.1 (Late 2013) smbios. Maybe it will also work for your smbios. Or look for any "Config1" in the Info.plist and change it one after the other to "none".

 

Very important: You'll need to repair the permissions of the changed Info.plist. It can be easily done with "#####" or similar. If I change my file, I copy it to the Desktop, do my edit, delete the source file and let "#####" or similar do it's part. Works all the time for years now. 

 

Hope this helps.

 

One problem I've got is that I do not get any acceleration when playing h265 MKV UHD videos. Not with VLC nor with MPlayerX. Also not with the DivX Player, latest version. I'm really desperate. Does anyone have advice for me? Gigabyte GV-N970G1 GAMING-4GD with latest NVIDIA driver and latest CUDA version.



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I did the "string none string" thing and i still have a black screen on 10.12.3.

 

GTX 980 Ti Smbios 14,2

 

Can anyone help me?



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Any insiders news about fresh driver with Sierra 10.12.4 support?



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I did the "string none string" thing and i still have a black screen on 10.12.3.

 

GTX 980 Ti Smbios 14,2

 

Can anyone help me?

 

There is some trouble with the HDMI2 port from the Maxwell Cards and macOS since macOS does not support HDMI2. I use a "Club 3D DisplayPort 1.2 to HDMI 2.0 4K60Hz UHD Active Adapter", wich works very well, even for UHD@60Hz.

 

But if you use the DP out and connect it to a Monitor with DP in it should work without any Adapter.

 

Did you repair the permissions? If not, it could not work an the black screen will appear... I've forgotten it a lot of times myself ;-)



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Attached File  wallbash.gif   2.29KB   14 downloadsWhere beta driver for 10.12.4? Nvidia sucks!

 



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I wish APPLE would release extensions that NVIDIA and AMD could work with or even Hackintosh enthusiasts. Apple don't make it a no-brainer for any major GPU manufacturer to invest time towards macOS because Apple put out garbage like the garbage can iMac Pro (pro?).

 

Blame can't entirely be on Apple because I'm sure AMD and NVIDIA could invest in making native drivers—but I imagine that'd upset Apple more since that'd drive the sales of Mac Pro towers that are actually upgradable.



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Apples closed system is their own fault and Apple alone is responsible for making drivers for hardware they decide to support.

 

We should commend Nvidia for continuing web driver support for cards they supplied to apple over 4 years ago..



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Anyone got news about new drivers for 10.12.4 ?

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i think tomorrow 10.12.4 final is outAttached File  Como-se-tornar-o-investidor-de-sucesso.jpg   33.53KB   12 downloads

:lol:  :yes:

one day after, nvidia release



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Very funny!

Thought maybe someone got insider news...

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No solution at now ;) We need wait Nvidia ;)



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Maybe Nvidia aren't making any more web drivers? There has been no beta drivers at all for 10.12.4. Might be a sign.

I hope i'm wrong.



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Maybe Nvidia aren't making any more web drivers? There has been no beta drivers at all for 10.12.4. Might be a sign.

I hope i'm wrong.

 

We saw the same thing for 10.12.3 - We just had to wait the final webdriver release... all indicates that it will be the same thing for 10.12.4.

 

Nothing else to do except waiting. 



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Maybe Nvidia aren't making any more web drivers? There has been no beta drivers at all for 10.12.4. Might be a sign.
I hope i'm wrong.

The truth is that in previous versions of the OS with less betas, NV released beta drivers and this time nothing, which is not a good sign... of course I also hope to be wrong!

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New NVIDIA web driver works.

 

367.15.10.45f01



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ofc

is out

update 

:D


https://images.nvidi...15.10.45f01.pkg







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