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Nvidia Web Driver updates for macOS Sierra (UPDATE May 15, 2019)

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Tried downloading it from the official website, using NVIDIA WebDriver Updater from here, reinstalling macOS Sierra... and the error persists.

 

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Any suggestions?  :cry:

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ciao Carmine quanto tempo!

 

If you use web driver you have only to have the flag applied inside config.plist

If you update the system you have also to re patch apple graphics using agpdfix or similar...

 

Hellò Guy , i have NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 , after istalled this web driver i need the flag inside config plist and also AGPIFix ?

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ciao Carmine quanto tempo!

 

If you use web driver you have only to have the flag applied inside config.plist

If you update the system you have also to re patch apple graphics using agpdfix or similar...

Hei how are you?

Yes yes , understand ...without NvidiaWeb in the system parameters?

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Ciao

with NvidiaWeb flagged


so

 

<key>SystemParameters</key>

<dict>
<key>InjectKexts</key>
<string>Yes</string>
<key>InjectSystemID</key>
<true/>
<key>NvidiaWeb</key>
<true/>
</dict>

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Ciao

with NvidiaWeb flagged

so

 

<key>SystemParameters</key>

<dict>
<key>InjectKexts</key>
<string>Yes</string>
<key>InjectSystemID</key>
<true/>
<key>NvidiaWeb</key>
<true/>
</dict>

 

You mean this? 

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Still same issue, KP when i plug a 2nd monitor...

 

Even after updating to beta 12.2 with latest driver, i give up with OSX..

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Still same issue, KP when i plug a 2nd monitor...

 

Even after updating to beta 12.2 with latest driver, i give up with OSX..

Why not open a topic and post necessary files?

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Still same issue, KP when i plug a 2nd monitor...

 

Even after updating to beta 12.2 with latest driver, i give up with OSX..

if you have hackintosh, try to enable csm in bios. I found out this solution looking for a fix. it works for me.

this problem is only with Sierra. no problem with el capitan

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os x 10.11.2 with geforce 610 gt not working 

boot flag - nvda_drv=1 dart=0 kext_dev_mode=1

 

inject web-driver on boot option

see apple logo and the bar complete 100%

and its stuck on apple logo with white bar on 100%

 

what need to do please

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Nvidia Web Driver 367.15.10.25f01 (10.12.2 build 16C67) available to download from OP.

Has Nvidia fixed iBooks/Instruments problem yet?

If not, are there any methods how to disable Metal on Sierra temporarily?

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os x 10.11.2 with geforce 610 gt not working 

boot flag - nvda_drv=1 dart=0 kext_dev_mode=1

 

inject web-driver on boot option

see apple logo and the bar complete 100%

and its stuck on apple logo with white bar on 100%

 

what need to do please

????

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So I've got a Mac Pro 4,1 upgraded to 5,1 - I have the gtx 970 with the 3 Display Ports.   Up until Public Beta 6 of 10.12.2, I could run 3 4k Displays .  I didn't get boot screen, but that's no big deal.   After Public Beta 6 I could only use 2 screens, now after the final release of 10.12.2 I can only run 1 screen.   If plug in another display the system locks up.  I haven't been able to find any logs on this.

 

I have not messed with the firmware on the GPU itself, I see others here having issues.  I'm wondering if I should investigate updating the firmware on it.  Or is this something else?  Ideas?

 

 

EDIT: Did some more fiddling.. and I was able to get back to plugging in 2 displays and it not choke, but the 3rd  connection will freeze it up.   I do have a supplemental power supply as well for this card.  I wonder if that is failing or not working? 

 

I'm also considering just sending the card off to MacVidCards and being done with it.

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