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Nvidia Web Driver updates for El Capitan (UPDATE 07/11/2018)

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Do you have specific numbers for your "bad result opencl/gl"?  I'm pretty sure it's expected that the MacPro6,1 won't work correctly unless you have hardware that matches that config (i.e. Xeons with an X79 chipset).  I'm using a TITAN X as an iMac14,2 because I have the same CPU/chipset as those real Macs.

 

Do you have specific numbers for your "bad result opencl/gl"?  I'm pretty sure it's expected that the MacPro6,1 won't work correctly unless you have hardware that matches that config (i.e. Xeons with an X79 chipset).  I'm using a TITAN X as an iMac14,2 because I have the same CPU/chipset as those real Macs.

 

:)

 

GTX 950 opengl = 62 fps 

 

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Would love some help here,

After the 10.10.4 update, system booted no problem with nvda_drv=1, the driver manager automatically switched to default driver and prompted for update. I installed the update, os x booted normally with WEB driver active, everything was perfect. Unfortunately, another reboot, i can't get it to work with nvda_drv=1 anymore. Tried enabling or disabling the WEB driver in Nvidia Driver manager, but to no avail, the only way to boot is with nvdisable. Any ideas what's causing this issue?

 

 

EDIT: Nevermind, reinstalling the drivers worked just fine(didn't think the problem was so simple)

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Anyone get drivers working for 10.11.5 beta (15F18b)? Tried modifying the startup kext but it doesn't seem to work.

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10.11.5 beta (15F18b) works with edited NVDASTartupWeb.kext to 15F :thumbsup_anim:

 

 

 

 

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Like just "15F" for required os?

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Yeah, like this :

 

<key>NVDARequiredOS</key>
<string>15F</string>
Don't forget to repair permissions and to rebuild cache.

 

 

Of course, just didn't know putting only 15F would work, so I just put the full build number and it didn't work. Trying now.

 

Edit: Not working for me. EVGA GTX950

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Of course, just didn't know putting only 15F would work, so I just put the full build number and it didn't work. Trying now.

 

Edit: Not working for me. EVGA GTX950

 

Why are you using the developer preview OS exactly?

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Edit***

My Package was remove today17 April 2016

because the thread as linked the package for web Driver 10.11.5

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Here my  Temporary solution

My Working Package attaching bellow

I follow this solution for repackaging the Package

Thanks joe75  http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/306146-any-nvidia-web-drivers-for-10104-perfect-storm-upgraded-to-gtx-960-and-public-beta/?p=2135364

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 I have big problem with 760 gtx on el cap 10.11.4 , i need only nv_disable for work ..but have a problem ..please see my screen...there are a solution ?

 

With web driver have black screen  :)

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1) To boot with bad or incompatible NVIDIA Web drivers just type nv_disable=1 at boot time

2) bibidi bobidi bu:post-674334-0-58172300-1461197826_thumb.jpg

to unistall the Web Driver ther's no need  to find difficult or funcy things, just use the NVIDIA Driver Manager:

 

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and by magician your bad drivers will disappear  :D

 

3) or, this app: --> http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/files/file/474-nvidia®-webdriver-updaterapp/

..is able to fake NVDAStartupWeb.kext from previous and already installed versions (that you have installed before the beta update?) in 2 nanoseconds:

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permissions are also repaired automatically  :D

 

4) NVIDIA has no made a 3 chars beta-build as for old beta versions published in past, this mean that Web Drivers can have some incompatibilities with the newer kernel. So patching NVDAStartupWeb.kext can make it work your card again or not (also can make your OS no longer bootable). Otherwise just wait for a new release ;)

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My PNY GTX 570 (device-id 0x108610DE) + 10.11.5 build 15F24b + 346.03.10b1 = FAILED (black screen + reboot)

  • system log: kernel[0]: NVDAStartup: Web
If I boot with FakeID (0x108110DE), it works fine but only with stock driver
  • system log: kernel[0]: NVDAStartup: Official (Forced)

So I just wanted to try a funny thing - have patched 15F into 15F24b, my card works again with original device-id

  • system log: kernel[0]: NVDAStartup: Official

but Nvidia Driver Manager says I booted with Web Driver

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:frantics:

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My PNY GTX 570 (device-id 0x108610DE) + 10.11.5 build 15F24b + 346.03.10b1 = FAILED (black screen + reboot)

  • system log: kernel[0]: NVDAStartup: Web
If I boot with FakeID (0x108110DE), it works fine but only with stock driver
  • system log: kernel[0]: NVDAStartup: Official (Forced)

So I just wanted to try a funny thing - have patched 15F into 15F24b, my card works again with original device-id

  • system log: kernel[0]: NVDAStartup: Official

but Nvidia Driver Manager says I booted with Web Driver

attachicon.gifCapture d’écran 2016-04-21 à 02.47.26.png

 

:frantics:

did you make sure you used nv_drv=1 ? I had the same problem as well until I found out my config.plist got resetted (Dunno how) and when I removed nv_drv=1 and added it back after a reboot it worked :)

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You do mean nvda_drv=1, right?  ^_^

 

The web driver installer makes this job for you (the flag is added in nvram.plist file), so you don't need this boot flag in your config.plist  :)

 

My example may be an isolated case - so there's no guarantee that it will work for everyone.

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You do mean nvda_drv=1, right?   ^_^

 

The web driver installer makes this job for you (the flag is added in nvram.plist file), so you don't need this boot flag in your config.plist   :)

 

My example may be an isolated case - so there's no guarantee that it will work for everyone.

Yeah sorry I meant that one, somehow nvda_drv=1 is in my NVRAM tho, dunno if I can remove it from my config.plist for now, will try out later ;)

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Updated to 10.11.4 and also the web driver to the most recent version and I can't get into desktop, I get gray screen with mouse pointer, no more...

 

EDIT. Using the TAB key and typing the password I got into desktop, so my problem is that I can't see the login screen... Any suggestions?

HI I have the same proble with a MSI 740GT... do you find the answer to this problem???

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Yes, in log — NVDAStartupWeb: Web

But then system started I see OS X Default Driver. I can change it to NVIDIA Web driver, but it don't give me window with Restart button — nothing changes... top line not transparent

May be I need add

dart=0

 npci=0x2000

or

Trust = true 

?

 

Nothing work...

 

Same here.

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