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Nvidia Web Driver updates for macOS High Sierra (UPDATE Dec 12, 2019)

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On 12/11/2019 at 3:58 PM, phi777 said:

@phi777

 

Thanks for this.  I will be Updating my Hackintosh and Mac Pro 5,1 by tomorrow.  :)

 

 

TimeLord04

 

[EDIT:]

 

12-13-2019 at 1:20 PM - PST

 

Just got Hackintosh-Andromeda Updated to 17G10021 and Web Driver 387.10.10.10.40.133.  NO issues to report.  Will Update Mac Pro HOPEFULLY later today.  IF NOT today, tomorrow.

 

 

[EDIT 2:]

 

12-15-2019 at 9:35 AM - PST

 

Mac Pro 5,1 - Daedalus Updated to 17G10021 and Web Driver 387.10.10.10.40.133.  NO issues to report.  All is well.

 

 

TimeLord04

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Just tried to install the new driver on my newly updated HS 17G10021 hack

 

the update goes through, but it won‘t actually 'stick‘ or install and I’m stuck with no drivers for whatever reason

 

it keeps giving me the 'unable to open Nvidia driver manager‘ error once the system boots

 

i can‘t roll back unless I reinstall

 

specs are : x5650@4GHz, GTX 1080, 16GB RAM 

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dHello everyone:

I am trying to install they new:

Nvidia Web Driver - 387.10.10.10.40.133 --> build 17G10021 (thanks to phi777)

I most say it is not working for HIGH SIERRA 10.13.6

Basically it is saying it is not compatible for this version. It is suppose to be for this version so, what could be the problem ?.

Thanks.

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same problem within me...

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On 12/11/2019 at 7:33 AM, TimeLord04 said:

@antuanet

 

Your CUDA Driver IS NOT up to date.  Install CUDA Driver 418.163.  (System Preferences  --->  CU

On 12/11/2019 at 7:33 AM, TimeLord04 said:

@antuanet

 

Your CUDA Driver IS NOT up to date.  Install CUDA Driver 418.163.  (System Preferences  --->  CUDA : [In Driver Support]  --->  "Install CUDA Update")

 

After Updating your CUDA Driver, all should be well.

 

 

TimeLord04

DA : [In Driver Support]  --->  "Install CUDA Update")

 

After Updating your CUDA Driver, all should be well.

 

 

TimeLord04

 

Hello.

 

Could you please send the link ?. 

Because the last CUDA Driver is: 

https://images.nvidia.com/mac/pkg/387/WebDriver-387.10.10.10.40.133.pkg

 

And doing it by the System Preferences it is not working and there there is not Official CUDA Drives any more from NDIVIA and even if I do it by the NDIVIA DRIVER MANAGER, it is saying it is UP TO DAY with the driver 387.10.10.10.40.133.pkg

So could you please be more specific or facilitated the driver you are saying it is working. I mean the link to download the Driver it is working of course.

Thanks a lot.

 

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:whistle:

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What does the above say??? It would seem you're not running the correct 10.13.6's build for that latest Web Driver version. In that respect, the screenshots you posted are useless. I guess you don't know how to check your macOS build number, do you?

 

Obviously, the crystal clear and logical information available on post #1 eluded you somehow... :drool:

 

Anyway, once you run the on the correct High Sierra build (hint: latest), you'll find that:

  1. Web Driver v387.10.10.10.40.133 installs and runs perfectly
  2. Cuda driver v418.163 runs fine too (and yes, it's the latest and last version to come out dixit nVidia!)

 

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This being said, one may wonder why on earth are you trying to use the Web Driver for a GT 750M. It's Kepler KG107 and should therefore be supported OOB with macOS's own native drivers.

 

Edited by Hervé

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On 12/26/2019 at 6:56 PM, kamii said:

Just tried to install the new driver on my newly updated HS 17G10021 hack

 

the update goes through, but it won‘t actually 'stick‘ or install and I’m stuck with no drivers for whatever reason

 

it keeps giving me the 'unable to open Nvidia driver manager‘ error once the system boots

 

i can‘t roll back unless I reinstall

 

specs are : x5650@4GHz, GTX 1080, 16GB RAM 

nobody have a fix to this?

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anybody have a fix to the issue i am having and not having acceleration on this update?

 

everything you need to know should be in the picture posted

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Hello. I have encountered a problem that after all the installations, my software does not see a CUDA-enabled device.  What else does it take to make it work? 
 

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12 hours ago, Ramchanga said:

Hello. I have encountered a problem that after all the installations, my software does not see a CUDA-enabled device.  What else does it take to make it work? 
 

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1-13-2020 at 5:31 PM - PST

 

This is the second person with a 750m with this issue...

 

Are you sure that your High Sierra 10.13.6 is the LATEST Version - (17G10021)???  IF NOT, please Update your OS to the Latest Security Update and make sure you are on (17G10021).

 

This is the First Step to take to make sure the NVIDIA Web AND CUDA Drivers are working for you on this Video Card.  387.10.10.10.40.133 IS MEANT ONLY for (17G10021).  IF your System is NOT on

(17G10021), this would explain why you are getting this Error.

 

In addition, as mentioned before, the 750m is a Card that 'typically' gets the Driver assigned and attached by MacOS and the Third Party NVIDIA Web Driver is NOT necessarily needed for this Card.

HOWEVER; since you have already Installed said Web Driver and proper CUDA Driver, it's best to check that you ARE on (17G10021) for these Drivers to work properly with the 750m.

 

 

TimeLord04

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On 12/31/2019 at 1:14 AM, antuanet said:

...

 

On 1/1/2020 at 3:41 PM, kamii said:

...

 

On 1/13/2020 at 2:22 PM, Ramchanga said:

...

 

Guys, there'e no shortcut!!! - Especially if you are new on this. It is not something that woks just like that - Hackintosh is not an exact science!!! Which is meaning if something works for someone, it does not mean it will work for everyone. Before trying to make your own hackintosh, be aware about your config, it will be helpful later. The only secret to a successful hackintosh is to read a lot, and make a lot of mistakes. This is how you will become efficient and above all autonomous. 

Also be aware about forum rules - They are not there for show!!! I just removed @Chiitus post because of off-topic. Be sure you searched everywhere before asking for help. This topic is only about Nvidia Web Driver on High Sierra, if you have issue with Cuda, we also have a dedicated topic for this purposes. 

We also have an app called Nvidia Web Driver Updater - it will search and install the correct web driver version depending on your macOS version. Give it a try.  ;)

 

BR

 

fantomas

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8 hours ago, Mikuni46 said:

Hi, any webdrivers that will work with build 17G66?

 

got mac os 10.13.6 and a nvidia gtx 880m

 

Thanks by the way!

Looks like you're SOL if you're expecting working NVIDIA Web drivers for build 17G66. Let me guess, you updated to macOS 10.13.6 from the MAS? Because I did too since I'm in the process of setting up macOS High Sierra using a Ryzen 3700X w/ a GTX 1080TI. How idiotic was it for Apple to leave us w/ the one build version where NVIDIA's Web drivers aren't compatible to install on it... beats me. Based on users reporting immediate issues upon installing the driver, NVIDIA pulled the plug quick and removed it from their servers (you can see here) so there's no way to access them nor have I had any luck finding them online. You can read about it here and here. Only recourse I can think of would be to update to macOS High Sierra Security Update 2019-002 10.13.6

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On 1/14/2020 at 2:31 AM, TimeLord04 said:

1-13-2020 at 5:31 PM - PST

 

This is the second person with a 750m with this issue...

 

Are you sure that your High Sierra 10.13.6 is the LATEST Version - (17G10021)???  IF NOT, please Update your OS to the Latest Security Update and make sure you are on (17G10021).

 

This is the First Step to take to make sure the NVIDIA Web AND CUDA Drivers are working for you on this Video Card.  387.10.10.10.40.133 IS MEANT ONLY for (17G10021).  IF your System is NOT on

(17G10021), this would explain why you are getting this Error.

 

In addition, as mentioned before, the 750m is a Card that 'typically' gets the Driver assigned and attached by MacOS and the Third Party NVIDIA Web Driver is NOT necessarily needed for this Card.

HOWEVER; since you have already Installed said Web Driver and proper CUDA Driver, it's best to check that you ARE on (17G10021) for these Drivers to work properly with the 750m.

 

 

TimeLord04

 

Web and CUDA drivers ARE necessary to get CUDA processing for this GPU on certain applications. That's why people with the 750M use these drivers.

 

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5 hours ago, yoyo said:

 

Web and CUDA drivers ARE necessary to get CUDA processing for this GPU on certain applications. That's why people with the 750M use these drivers.

 

Then people with this Card 'should ONLY' utilize the 'correct' Driver for the OS in question.  That is, DON'T FORCE a Newer Driver onto an Older OS Version, NOR an Older Driver onto a Newer OS Version.

 

ONLY utilize the CORRECT Driver for EACH OS Version.  In this case, the ".133" Driver IS ONLY MEANT for OS Version - (17G10021.)  (As stated by @Hervé, and myself.)

 

The Community at large CANNOT be held responsible for those whom insist on using the OLD and FAULTY ...x.10.10.15.15.108 Driver in (17G10021), NOR anywhere else.  ESPECIALLY, when it has been found that it corrupts Metal calls in games like WoW and causes Freezes and Crashes.  This is why that particular Driver was pulled by NVIDIA.  Likewise, to FORCE a newer Driver into an Older OS Version, the User MUST accept responsibility when the OS 'barfs up' and has issues.

 

 

TimeLord04

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1.) Edit Punctuation... 2.) Clarification on point.

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Well, in my case I couldn't installed it because I didn't updated to the last 10.13.6 security update (the package just failed to installed). After updated IT works fine, as supposed.

So maybe the problem for those people is not related to having installed the driver onto an older version.

I guess the problem for them is related to CUDA driver and software version, or just not selecting the driver to use on preference panel...

 

In my case I can confirm that ".133" driver works together with the CUDA ".481.163" driver on a Macbook Pro late 2013 with a Nvidia 750M, running Mac OS X 10.13.6 (17G10021). CUDA processing available on CC2018.

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