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  1. Elfmann

    System reboot with nvidia drivers

    hey there. Maybe im a little bit exhausting, but really would understand which should be the problem with the support of my laptop GPU on Sierra and above(Mojave excluded). Summing up, till now I have successfuly installed OSX 10.10 and 10.11 on my laptop. The GPU was detected everytime the graphics acceleration was working as well. Just Injecting nvidia through clover and never used web drivers. So what's the diference between 10.11 and 10.12 in terms of native graphics drivers? Now, if I'm not wrong, when we use Nvidia injection, the system load the native nvidia drivers stored in the OSX installation, right? So, can I take these drivers from 10.11 and replace to the drivers used in 10.12? Should it work? Which files I have look at, in order to make this? Thanks you very much
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    System reboot with nvidia drivers

    Hi all again. Sorry but I had some problems with internet for a while. So there is some other advance for my problem?
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    System reboot with nvidia drivers

    I always put it, but doesn't work.
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    System reboot with nvidia drivers

    Sorry, which flag do you mean? Thanks
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    System reboot with nvidia drivers

    I also didn't have problem with the nvram till OSX 10.10.5. Instead with with Sierra it's a mess. Anyway, then you say that the EmuVariable-64.efi is compatible even with Legacy BIOS? If so, does I have to put it in the EFI/Clover/Driver64 folder, or in another folder? Thanks you.
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    System reboot with nvidia drivers

    cool, must keep in mind this command :). Anyway, if it's really the nvram the problem, do you know if there is a way to fix the nvram for those who use a Legacy BIOS? I've seen that for UEFI there are dirvers like the EmuVariable-64 or the AptioMemoryFix.efi as @ellaosx said, while for legacy BIOS there is something like that? Thanks you
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    System reboot with nvidia drivers

    ok, when I'll be at home from work I'll try it. Is this command useful to check if the nvram works properly ? Thanks you
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    System reboot with nvidia drivers

    I've already done it, anyway I'll try to install them again. So I have to install only the RC scripts, without any driver for the nvram? Thanks you
  9. Elfmann

    System reboot with nvidia drivers

    No, I'm using Legacy BIOS. Unfortunately my MOBO doesn't support UEFI. Any solution to fix nvram In Legacy BIOS? Thanks you
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    System reboot with nvidia drivers

    I've also tried this way, but nothings, it continue to reboot.
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    System reboot with nvidia drivers

    ok, I ran the command, and it seems that the "nvda_drv=1" flag doesn't appear(see in attached file). What do you say, how this could be solved? I've noticed one thing, when Im in the clover option menu, in Graphics section the "Inject Nvidia " option is enabled even if I disabled it from the config.plist, while the Nvidia web drivers option is disabled although I have enabled it in config.plist file. even this is related to the nvram? If so, what I'm supposed to do, to make the nvram to save these info? Thanks you output.tiff
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    System reboot with nvidia drivers

    ok, when I'll be at home from work I'll try and let you know. Thanks you guys
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    System reboot with nvidia drivers

    Yes, I've done this. A strange thing that I've noticed is that in the clover configurator->Graphics, there was no option to enable the web drivers, so I had to enable it by swithching from <false/> to <true/> in the gonfig.plist using the text editor. I say like that, because for example on my desktop hackintosh in Clover configurator there is an option to enable the web drivers. What do you think? Maybe there is a problem with this clover version? I've used the lastest build, the 4449 If I remember well. Thanks you
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    System reboot with nvidia drivers

    hmm, I'm pretty sure I've installed the drivers on the OSX HDD and enabled them in config.plist, there is nothing more to do, right? Which should be the cause of this driver detection problem? Any advice? Thanks you for the answer.
  15. Hi all, I'm trying to make a fully ( or 90% at least ) working osx machine on my Samsung NP R580, but I'm having problems to get full graphics acceleration. So I've successfully installed OSX Sierra 10.12.6 on my laptop, I can boot the OS from the internal HDD but only if I disable the GPU (nvidia GT-330M), but obviously with the GPU disabled the problem is that the graphics is very glitchy and the system is run very slow. So I've tried to install NVIDIA web drivers for Sierra, but when I boot with web drivers, it start scrolling all the boot scripts on the screen, till here everything fine, but when it load the GPU, the display completely turn off and the system restart without any significant error on the screen. Any idea about how this happens? Any advice? Do I have to properly run OSX Sierra on my hardware? My laptop specs are the Following: Samsung NP R580-JS06 CPU: Core i3-330m GPU: NVIDIA GT-330M MOBO: OEM My CPU desn't have an integrated GPU, so my system desn't use NVIDIA optimus technology, it have just the discrete GPU. Just want to say that in the past I've installed OSX 10.10.5 on this laptop, with wi-fi, audio and even the graphics acceleration working fine, so my GPU should be compatible with OSX. I attach even a pic with the last string that it show in verbrose mode before the system restart. Maybe it could help. Thanks you very much in advance
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