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

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The WebDrivers are pinned to a single macOS build number.
Until there is an official update you can replace Info.plist below this path with the attached version:

/System/Library/Extensions/NVDAStartupWeb.kext/Contents

This invalidates the signature of the WebDriver but will work as long as loading unsigned kexts is allowed.

Before booting with the patched WebDriver rebuilding the kernel cache is required.

The WebDrivers should be functional again now.

NVDAStartupWeb_2017_004_plist.zip

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Hello

 

We've had one mac update automatically and had to apply the latest web driver 346.03.15f10 on 15G17023. The issue now is that we can't use GPU rendering via Cinema 4D and Octane as it constantly crashes. Is there any way to rollback to 15G1611? 

 

I've tried to install the earlier web driver 346.03.15f09 but that didn't end well!

 

I've tried to install several versions of cuda and all still crash octane.

 

Any ideas would be great please as don't really want to reinstall el captain and all of the apps (I should have made a time machine backup).

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Hello

 

We've had one mac update automatically and had to apply the latest web driver 346.03.15f10 on 15G17023. The issue now is that we can't use GPU rendering via Cinema 4D and Octane as it constantly crashes. Is there any way to rollback to 15G1611? 

 

I've tried to install the earlier web driver 346.03.15f09 but that didn't end well!

 

I've tried to install several versions of cuda and all still crash octane.

 

Any ideas would be great please as don't really want to reinstall el captain and all of the apps (I should have made a time machine backup).

 

If you have a Time Machine backup you can rollback, otherwise I dont know

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346.03.15f10 works also fine with 10.11.6 (15G18013) - Security Update Developer Beta 2017-005.

(Mini late 2009, dunno why I keep on installing these...)

The driver may work fine, but NVIDIA's installer doesn't work for 15g18013. Does anyone know of a fix or manual installation procedure?

 

I updated from 10.11.3 to 10.11.6, updated the web drivers, and everything still worked fine *until* the security update (which brought me to 15G18013). Now I can only boot the OSX driver (i.e. nv_disable=1). I've tried patching the info.plist via Xcode with the later build number, but that didn't work, either. Thanks!

 

Update: I extracted the new bundles and kexts with Pacifist, loaded with Kext Wizard, rebuilt cache, replaced the info.plist file with the one above, and then with one modified for 15G18013 but still not working 100%. At least now, with nv_disable, f10 is showing up and the performance is okay-ish. Enough to keep tinkering... but will probably just clean install Sierra after all!

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Thanks BreBo. Installation fails for me. I have an Nvidia GTX 460. Was working before the secuirty update. Same situation as

piplup

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A working driver for build 15G21007 please

I re-installed El Capitan yesterday and updated it and found that I didn't have an installable set of web drivers for my GT 240 so hacked the f13 to get it to install. On reboot I find the driver is "not compatible" so I hacked the f14 version likewise replacing the build number in the installer,,,, SAME Result! No updates available either....

I am not sure when the latest security patch for El Capitan was released but if HIgh SIerra history is anything to go by a working Web driver is usually available within 24 hours of the patch

If anyone has anm update on this or a workaround please share

Screen Shot 2018-05-04 at 9.41.44 PM.png

Edited by Squidderlee

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On 5/5/2018 at 5:50 AM, Squidderlee said:

A working driver for build 15G21007 please

I re-installed El Capitan yesterday and updated it and found that I didn't have an installable set of web drivers for my GT 240 so hacked the f13 to get it to install. On reboot I find the driver is "not compatible" so I hacked the f14 version likewise replacing the build number in the installer,,,, SAME Result! No updates available either....

I am not sure when the latest security patch for El Capitan was released but if HIgh SIerra history is anything to go by a working Web driver is usually available within 24 hours of the patch

If anyone has anm update on this or a workaround please share

 

What SWU channel you're using? I'm on dev channel and no 15G21007 yet.

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On 5/6/2018 at 2:27 AM, DMCrimson said:

 

What SWU channel you're using? I'm on dev channel and no 15G21007 yet.

I solved it. It was an update from one of the Public Betas that Scuppered my build!... I hadn't realised but the image I was using was still set to receive beta updates and somehow it managed to add a pre-release update to a post GM release 

the Solution was to copy over the image again and disable beta updates before updating!

As Bowie Said... "Hunky Dory" now!

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Hey guys, I have a MacPro running El Capitan 10.11.6 with a MSI NVIDIA GTX 970.

Can you please help with an updated WebDriver?

Thanks a lot

10BaseT

 

WebDriver 346.03.15f14

Mac OS X version 10.11.6 (15G21013) is not supported with this package. Please see NVIDIA’s website for further driver information.

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On 6/2/2018 at 12:36 AM, 10BaseT said:

Mac OS X version 10.11.6 (15G21013) is not supported with this package. Please see NVIDIA’s website for further driver information.

Need this too. After performing a security update everything went wrong.

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Hi,

 

Thanks for maintaining this thread. I noticed my web driver panel (OS X 10.11.6 El Capitan) still doesn't show the Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f16 update.. even if I click Check Now. Is this just my Mac Pro that is acting weird? Shouldn't it just automatically update like always? (using a GT730 in a Mac Pro 3,1)

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Update: Apparently, the driver wil only update after system update. After system update the system won't boot.. Therefore, I can't even log in remotely. (Worked around it by temporarily using an old GT 8800)

 

Is there a more elegant way to do this, like still being able to log in remotely?

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Hi guys, I have a iMac (27-inch, Mid 2011) running El Capitan 10.11.6 with a NVIDIA GTX 765M 2048 MB.
I've downloaded every single Web Driver for 10.11.6 but it didn't work:
Mac OS X version 10.11.6 (15G21013) is not supported with this package. Please see NVIDIA’s website for further driver information.

 

This versions I've downloaded:

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Even the versions is complete the same:

163774942_ScreenShot2018-09-24at14_21_48.thumb.png.549a45b5877c761ea05926549bd6d26a.png

 

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