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cannot get Nvidia gtx 970 to work correct with Sierra 10.12.4

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yay got my new hackingtosch working with intel kaby lake i7700 and Asus z270 and Samsung evo960 disk etc etc

 
drivers are loaded, grahic card displays correct name but I can only choose 120x1024 resolution and everything looks weirds and sluggish
 
tried enabling web drivers in clover options same result, enable and disable nv_disable still no luck,, using latest Nvidia web drivers for Sierra 10.12.4
 
also fixed the nvram issue with the efi extension in clover
 
btw its a gtx970 card worked fine on the other hackingtoshc with 10.11
 
have attached EFI partition contents as zip file and some screenshots
 
hope anyone can help out.
 
thx for a great community btw :-)
 
Regards, Tonny

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Replace folder and Install webdriver Nvidia

Attached File  CLOVER.zip   1.64MB   10 downloads



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Hi MaLd0n

 

I tried your trick but now after verbose output from boot when it used to switch to the apple logo the screen now goes blank

 

I did allready have the webdriver installed.. but before i wrote the above post i ran this http://www.insanelym...le/424-agdpfix/

 

Any clues ? and thx a million for helping out i have seens alot of threads allready on this topic and i can see you have helped alot of people, thats really nice to see :-)



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Agdpfix work?

 

Just run ;)



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i ran the Agdpfix before replacing your clover folder, so it is allready runned.



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Run again, wait, reboot.



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I can't run it because it says SIP is angled.. I then booted in the recovery mode disabled SIP with csrutil disable en booted back into Sierra and tried again, but it still says SIP is enabled.

 

Is there a clever way to disable it at boot time ?



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disable



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I figured out how to disable SIP at boot time editing the config.plist, ran the fix and rebooted now it works like a charm.. thx a lot for helping out



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0x67 ever ;)







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