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

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You can prevent problem like that by faking build version to just 15G instead of full build number.

The trick applies to any OS X/macOS version BTW :).

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@DMCrimson

 

You can prevent problem like that by faking build version to just 15G instead of full build number.

 

The trick applies to any OS X/macOS version BTW :).

I know, I've been doing that constantly :D For some reason the WebDriver updater doesn't work for me anymore, so I need to rely on MacKextLight to edit the build version and KextUtility to rebuild caches (which also removes some bootargs despite it's config)

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That's just what I was referring to. It downloads all right, but patching the driver results in spinning beachball... MKL lets one to edit plist easily inside the kext and makes sure the permissions are set correctly.

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That's just what I was referring to. It downloads all right, but patching the driver results in spinning beachball... MKL lets one to edit plist easily inside the kext and makes sure the permissions are set correctly.

Can you give me a patched NVDAStartupWeb.kext by NVIDIA Web Drivers Updater.app? thanks

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Can you give me a patched NVDAStartupWeb.kext by NVIDIA Web Drivers Updater.app? thanks

It never produces one nowadays, but I'll need to see about that after I've installed the security update...

 

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So i would change the NVDAStartupWeb.kext .plist by hand! I always do that with an .plist editor (even Textedit would work).

Simple copy that .kext to desktop, Finder show content, open .plist and edit the .plist.

Then use some kext install utility to install that changes .kext from desktop to /S/L/E. ( i use Kextwizard, old but good).

After that, the prelinked kernel  automatically should have been updated (newer time date than before) , but can take up to 1 Min after finishing the util/kext install.

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So i would change the NVDAStartupWeb.kext .plist by hand! I always do that with an .plist editor (even Textedit would work).

Simple copy that .kext to desktop, Finder show content, open .plist and edit the .plist.

Then use some kext install utility to install that changes .kext from desktop to /S/L/E. ( i use Kextwizard, old but good).

After that, the prelinked kernel  automatically should have been updated (newer time date than before) , but can take up to 1 Min after finishing the util/kext install.

That's just what I do, but as an editor I like to use aforementioned MKL... Let's see what happens when i have the time to tinker.

 

IDK what negative impact by doing these; except "invalid signature". But on 10.11.6 (15G1502) NVIDIA WebDriver-346.03.15f07 just loaded & it works.  :)

Thanks for that pic, there's all the info I need :)

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Works also with 15G1602 (Security Update Developer Beta 2017-003)

 

Yeah, still has no sign for Pascal support under 10.11.6 though.. and since 10.13 Dev release is near (on June), I'm not sure but who know?  :lol:

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Yeah, still has no sign for Pascal support under 10.11.6 though.. and since 10.13 Dev release is near (on June), I'm not sure but who know?

If only I could try Sierra, but my Mini isn't new enough...

 

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can someone tell me if Nvidia GeForce 930M works in sierra or in HSierra?

i don't think so from the information i read), but may be od you have success :)

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After foolishly installing latest apple update  :wallbash: to 10.11.6 (15G1611)

 

build 15G1510 is no longer compatible...

 

I get this error when trying to reinstall:

 

Mac OS X version is not compatible

 

Mac OS X version 10.11.6 (15G1611) is not supported with this package. Please see NVIDIA’s website for further driver information.

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I get this error when trying to reinstall:

 

Mac OS X version is not compatible

 

Mac OS X version 10.11.6 (15G1611) is not supported with this package. Please see NVIDIA’s website for further driver information.

Just wait for new Web driver official release from Nvidia then...  :lol:

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Just wait for new Web driver official release from Nvidia then...  :lol:

 

Ouch!

 

Anyway, crisis averted. Managed to rollback using Time Machine backup. Now all good.

 

Other El Capitan updaters beware! Nvidia web drivers are not supported after 15G1611 update! 

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Didn't work with NVIDIA Quadro FX1800 WebDriver: WebDriver-346.03.15f01.pkg (15G31), any how to fix it?

 

I set nvda_drv=1 with both Injected Nvidia or not

 

Running Hardware: ASRock Extreme6, XEON E5 2620 v2 

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It seems there is no WebDriver update for 10.11.6 with security patch 2017-004 available yet.
For those of you who would like to patch NVDAStartupWeb.kext for the time being the new build number is: 15G17023

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WebDriver-346.03.15f01.pkg not working after the latest security update. El Capitan 10.11.6 (15G17023) 31/10/2017 (Not compatible)

Hope a fix comes quick! Why is Apples default driver from way back in 01/07/2016, version GeForce 10.10.14 310.42.25f02?

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