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Nvidia Web Driver updates for macOS Sierra (UPDATE Sept 27, 2019)

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Yes and yes to 16D I think it is. The only "side effect" seems to a delay in the loading screen when it goes black it stays black longer but all works fine.

 

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Try this NVWEB injector for 10.12.2/10.12.3

drop in EFI

you dont need to change anything.

GTX_Injector NVWEB.kext.zip

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I thing VGA-Compatible Controller need to change Display Controller

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Look at the kextstat, not loaded kexts.

 

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"I thing VGA-Compatible Controller need to change Display Controller"

 

??

 

Your load the kexts Sierra 10.12.3? 

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Look at the kextstat, not loaded kexts.

 

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"I thing VGA-Compatible Controller need to change Display Controller"

 

??

 

Your load the kexts Sierra 10.12.3? 

Mmm need more test.

driver not work.

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Yah!

Sorry, but Injector.kext or Config.plist "NwidiaWed=YES" only cosmetics 10.12.3.

NVIDIA Driver Manager in menu bar indicates WebDriver, but not loaded Nvidia...Web kexts.

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Hey everyone,

Forgive my noobness. I read through the thread and still haven't come to a conclusive answer to a recent experience that I have.

I recently acquired a 4,1 Mac Pro flashed to 5,1 and installed the latest web driver on 10.12.2, after the restart I then shut-down and installed my EVGA GTX 980TI from one of my other rigs. Unfortunately, the display is completely black regardless of what port I plug into. 

Here is what my System Report shows for the card. 

Any suggestions or did I miss something. 

Thank you everyone for your time.

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Try this pack for 10.12.3

#install all kext via Easykext Utility

#install agin NVDAStartupWeb.kext

So install 2 times

 

http://www.mediafire.com/file/il7lne1lm451426/1.6-85-367.15.10.25f02.zip

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Hey everyone... I'm finishing up on a new build (due to my old motherboard dying on me)

 

I've got an i7-3770, Asrock Z77 OC Formula and a GTX980.

 

I can't boot with the 980. It was working just fine with the old motherboard (an MSI p67a). Now, if I use nv_disable, it boots ok (without acceleration obviously) and if i use NvidiaWeb, I get a black screen (with no errors, and there is actually a signal being sent to the display;  it's just blank), and the machine doesn't finish booting up (I know because I can't VNC into it).

 

All this is to say that no, it is NOT the AGDP issue. I'm using iMac13,2 SMBIOS.

 

Today this happened and I left it like that a while to see if it ever finished up booting (seeing as I'd read about people experiencing long boot-times on a black screen) but after a while I had to turn it off because, I {censored} you not, there was smoke and the smell of burnt plastic. I have no idea _what_ burnt, the only symptom I've seen so far is the BIOS doesn't recognize HDs plugged into the Marvell SATA3 controllers (but Windows sees the drives, so I don't think they actually died, or the ports, for that matter)

 

Needless to say, I haven't attempted to boot Sierra again.

 

Any ideas?

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FYI; Installing beta drivers on 12.2 fixes the cuda update issue. The nvidia panel crash is still there

The beta Nvidia Web Driver for 10.12.2(16C68) working perfectly for GTX-780.

It still works for 10.2.3(16D17a) for GTX-780.

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Not working 10.12.3

Not load:

GeForceWeb.kext

NVDAResmanWeb.kext

NVDAGK100HALWeb.kext

Etc.

 

You should expect 10.12.3 WebDriver

The Nvidia Web Driver for 10.12.2(16C68) still works at 10.12.3(16D17a) for GTX-780.

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Here is what my System Report shows for the card. 

 

 

Hi,

 

Where is your System report ?

 

Did you use these webdrivers  ?    macOS 10.12.2 (16C67) 367.15.10.25f01  or (16C68) 367.15.10.25f02

 

Which graphic card did you use for the 10.12.2 install ?  (before changing to GTX 980Ti)

 

May be a NVRAM reset  could help  ....    (  Cmd (⌘) + Opt + P + R)  on boot

 

Good luck

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@hexxus 

 

I'm in the same boat as you, but with some mer experience.  I think most of this community is hackintoshes.

 

You'll need to have an older official GPU as installed, I have the stock gt120 at the ready for when things go sideways. The card you have installed has no EFI drivers so it won't show boot screen or anything.   I'm actually sending my card (gtx970) to macvidcards.com for a custom flash here in January when I'm on vacation.  This will make it just work on the mac pro like any other stock mac card.

 

So, to get it working on your system get the older GPU in there as well as the new one, connect a display to the old GPU, install the nvidia web driver, reboot and the new card should now work, but only after  initial boot, you'll never be able to get boot screen support unless you too get it custom flashed.   This guy at macvidcards has pretty much reverse engineered some firmware and whatnot to made this work, he's not sharing it, there appears to be no other way to do it on an nVidia card.

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Hey everyone... I'm finishing up on a new build (due to my old motherboard dying on me)

 

I've got an i7-3770, Asrock Z77 OC Formula and a GTX980.

 

I can't boot with the 980. It was working just fine with the old motherboard (an MSI p67a). Now, if I use nv_disable, it boots ok (without acceleration obviously) and if i use NvidiaWeb, I get a black screen (with no errors, and there is actually a signal being sent to the display; it's just blank), and the machine doesn't finish booting up (I know because I can't VNC into it).

 

All this is to say that no, it is NOT the AGDP issue. I'm using iMac13,2 SMBIOS.

 

Today this happened and I left it like that a while to see if it ever finished up booting (seeing as I'd read about people experiencing long boot-times on a black screen) but after a while I had to turn it off because, I {censored} you not, there was smoke and the smell of burnt plastic. I have no idea _what_ burnt, the only symptom I've seen so far is the BIOS doesn't recognize HDs plugged into the Marvell SATA3 controllers (but Windows sees the drives, so I don't think they actually died, or the ports, for that matter)

 

Needless to say, I haven't attempted to boot Sierra again.

 

Any ideas?

Do not inject Nvidia.

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still getting a minute or two of black screen, it definitly is dependant on monitors, if i have 3 montiros its longer, if 2 monitors its shorter, if 1 monitor its shorter, etc.  Anyways to check the logs to see whats going on with the NVIDIA driver?

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