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I know, but I dont even get both displays working. Its still running exactly like with stock MacOS driver, and about this mac shows 7mb vram...

Some pople got it working according to screenshots...

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I know, but I dont even get both displays working. Its still running exactly like with stock MacOS driver, and about this mac shows 7mb vram...

Some pople got it working according to screenshots...

Did you install the 10.12.6 AppleGraphicsControl.kext in /S/L/E???? If you have SMBIOS macPro6,1, don't forget to run AGDPFix before reboot! 

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I didnt knew abow AppleGraphicControl.kext.

 

But when I copied it to S/L/E, I couldnt boot anymore...so I reainstalled OS via recovery.

 

Iam using SMBIOS Imac 15,1 with Nvidiafixup.kext and lilu for patching black screen caused by AMD SMBios version...

 

I dont know what AGDPFix to use, when Nvidiafixup is injected...

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I didnt knew abow AppleGraphicControl.kext.

 

But when I copied it to S/L/E, I couldnt boot anymore...so I reainstalled OS via recovery.

 

Iam using SMBIOS Imac 15,1 with Nvidiafixup.kext and lilu for patching black screen caused by AMD SMBios version...

 

I dont know what AGDPFix to use, when Nvidiafixup is injected...

 

You cannot just copy the 10.12.6 AppleGraphicControl.kext to /S/L/E! You have to install it with the proper permissions! Use Kext Utility for it's installation! 

 

Else, with Nvidiafixup.kext and lilu.kext you should be fine after properly installing 10.12.6 AppleGraphicControl.kext in /S/L/E! However, you might also need the bootflag "-lilubeta"...

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Everything works.

 

GPU Driver Version:(378.05.05.25f01)

macOS HG 10.13 (17A362a)

(10.13-Auto  update App Store.)

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So,

 

just installed this driver : WebDriver-378.05.05.25f01[up_17A315i].pkg and patched with NVIDIA WebDriver Updater. Set to fake os build 17A362a.

 

Edited the NVDAStartupWeb.kext and inserted into info.plist this value NVDAReqiredOS : 17A362a.

 

But it doesn't boot, see the attachment.

 

Wath can I do to do?

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If you see you have some failed in loading kext

it should be sip related

try to put 0x67 or use this config

also you have to put -lilu flag I think in 10.13 (I am not sure of this)

 

 

So,

 

just installed this driver : WebDriver-378.05.05.25f01[up_17A315i].pkg and patched with NVIDIA WebDriver Updater. Set to fake os build 17A362a.

 

Edited the NVDAStartupWeb.kext and inserted into info.plist this value NVDAReqiredOS : 17A362a.

 

But it doesn't boot, see the attachment.

 

Wath can I do to do?

 

config.plist.zip

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So,

 

just installed this driver : WebDriver-378.05.05.25f01[up_17A315i].pkg and patched with NVIDIA WebDriver Updater. Set to fake os build 17A362a.

 

Edited the NVDAStartupWeb.kext and inserted into info.plist this value NVDAReqiredOS : 17A362a.

 

But it doesn't boot, see the attachment.

 

Wath can I do to do?

 Once more also the question to you! Did you install in addition the absolutely required 10.12.6 AppleGraphicControl.kext in /S/L/E by means of kext utility???

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If you see you have some failed in loading kext

it should be sip related

try to put 0x67 or use this config

also you have to put -lilu flag I think in 10.13 (I am not sure of this)

 

doesn't work but it is identically with mine.

Now I'm trying with DummyAppleGraphicsDevicePolicy.kext

 

EDIT: just work fine with  0x67 and DummyAppleGraphicsDevicePolicy.kext 

 

but I don't have a full hardware accelerator

grep -v apple
Index Refs Address            Size       Wired      Name (Version) UUID <Linked Against>
   35    4 0xffffff7f831ba000 0x19000    0x19000    org.netkas.driver.FakeSMC (1438) 55E24E63-BAD3-302C-96BA-1163BCE3442F <11 7 5 4 3 1>
   36    0 0xffffff7f831d3000 0x4000     0x4000     com.rehabman.driver.USBInjectAll (0.6.2) 6A9D456A-D1B1-316E-90CD-78E5B0002C5E <12 11 4 3>
   37    1 0xffffff7f831d8000 0x46000    0x46000    as.vit9696.Lilu (1.1.6) 289F8924-5235-3D7B-B29E-E5EE605860BC <7 5 4 3 2 1>
   38    0 0xffffff7f8321e000 0x9d000    0x9d000    as.vit9696.AppleALC (1.1.3) 3F1AA8FB-D660-3877-92E2-6413ABABE1C5 <37 7 5 4 3 2 1>
   39    0 0xffffff7f832bb000 0x5000     0x5000     org.hwsensors.driver.CPUSensors (1438) 2566F404-7D14-3042-B6B1-6B6720CD9207 <35 7 5 4 3>
   52    0 0xffffff7f832c3000 0x8000     0x8000     org.hwsensors.driver.ACPISensors (1438) BC9B496C-7CF9-303F-BFF6-4A1CC0285911 <35 11 7 5 4 3>
   60    0 0xffffff7f832d1000 0x15000    0x15000    org.hwsensors.driver.GPUSensors (1438) 1DBAD234-81B3-3A21-A959-0C496A11D28D <35 12 11 7 5 4 3>
   62    0 0xffffff7f832f6000 0x14000    0x14000    com.insanelymac.IntelMausiEthernet (2.3.0) 7664CC46-C3FE-3D04-93EE-FC1E4EFBBFB7 <61 12 5 4 3 1>
   63    0 0xffffff7f8330e000 0x13000    0x13000    org.hwsensors.driver.LPCSensors (1438) 32337A08-6194-34C7-914D-9AA10F299ED5 <35 12 11 7 5 4 3>
  110    0 0xffffff7f80c46000 0x4000     0x4000     com.intel.driver.EnergyDriver (2.0) 8937025C-61CA-370A-A1D1-553F373E68C7 <7 5 4 3>
  136    1 0xffffff7f83321000 0x637000   0x637000   com.nvidia.web.NVDAResmanWeb (10.1.8) ACF2DC87-2323-3506-BC1F-3B82D213D8C9 <115 111 97 12 7 5 4 3 1>
  137    0 0xffffff7f83958000 0x19a000   0x19a000   com.nvidia.web.NVDAGP100HalWeb (10.1.8) E489B3EA-E302-33F7-B0A6-FF45CF2E60FA <136 12 4 3>

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this is the best you can achieve now...

till nvidia 10.13 drive

thank you! :-)

 

doesn't work but it is identically with mine.

Now I'm trying with DummyAppleGraphicsDevicePolicy.kext

 

EDIT: just work fine with  0x67 and DummyAppleGraphicsDevicePolicy.kext 

 

but I don't have a full hardware accelerator


ps se parlavamo in italiano avevamo fatto 3 ore fa! :-)

 

(our mothertongue should have help to solve it before) :-)

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this is the best you can achieve now...

till nvidia 10.13 drive

thank you! :-)

 

ps se parlavamo in italiano avevamo fatto 3 ore fa! :-)

 

(our mothertongue should have help to solve it before) :-)

 

quando due italiani non si capiscono reciprocamente,  deve aiutare un austriaco in inglese ....  :hysterical:

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Likely due to the "newness" factor I imagine as macOS 10.13 High Sierra is just hitting the scene though in searching, I have not been able to locate yet a comprehensive price range list of (low to mid to high) GPU's that will work right out of the box.    While not completely hopeless, I am beginning to prepare for the likelihood of no Nvidia Web drivers and therefore no practical/functional support for my GTX 960 2GB in 10.13.   And while I have returned the GT 640 1GB back into my rig as it is natively supported in macOS 10.13, should the void of web drivers continue, I will most likely want to upgrade the GT 640 yet once again with something comparable in both specs and price (not much of a gamer) to the GTX 960.    With that said, might anyone have a suggestion ?  

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Likely due to the "newness" factor I imagine as macOS 10.13 High Sierra is just hitting the scene though in searching, I have not been able to locate yet a comprehensive price range list of (low to mid to high) GPU's that will work right out of the box.    While not completely hopeless, I am beginning to prepare for the likelihood of no Nvidia Web drivers and therefore no practical/functional support for my GTX 960 2GB in 10.13.   And while I have returned the GT 640 1GB back into my rig as it is natively supported in macOS 10.13, should the void of web drivers continue, I will most likely want to upgrade the GT 640 yet once again with something comparable in both specs and price (not much of a gamer) to the GTX 960.    With that said, might anyone have a suggestion ?  

No suggestion. NVIDIA web driver for 10.13 will be released on one-two days after the official High Sierra release.

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No suggestion. NVIDIA web driver for 10.13 will be released on one-two days after the official High Sierra release.

 

I really hope you`re right...

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i fear really that NVIDIA won't support HS fast because Apple didnt buy & build in  any GPUs from them :(  Why should they spend time & money - beside us - the hackintosh users?

But hope never dies that we get along with Nvidia the next years!! 

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i fear really that NVIDIA won't support HS fast because Apple didnt buy & build in  any GPUs from them :(  Why should they spend time & money - beside us - the hackintosh users?

But hope never dies that we get along with Nvidia the next years!! 

 

 

 

you should fear not because think about all the NON apple rich people that don't want to spend much money on a system they can build for a less money , Nvidia knows that and they should release drivers no matter if Apple is not buying their products because for Nvidia it will be a big revenue ;)

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Big companies don't get into "revenge" or "jealousy", they simply care about selling their products, which means "making money", otherwise they won't be big.

So, if the dinero is in the Apple environment, then that's the target, period. I am sure that Nvidia eventually will support High Sierra.

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Big companies don't get into "revenge" or "jealousy", they simply care about selling their products, which means "making money", otherwise they won't be big.

So, if the dinero is in the Apple environment, then that's the target, period. I am sure that Nvidia eventually will support High Sierra.

Um, are we talking about the same Apple that has a history of holding sometimes decades-long grudges? I am pretty sure there are two things causing Nvidia to miss out on generation after generation of Apple products. Nvidia doesn't want to support OpenCL (an Apple-developed standard) because it prefers its proprietary CUDA. And Apple doesn't want to work with Nvidia again because the last time they did it involved recalls of huge numbers of laptops. Apple always said it was small, but from what I saw was almost everyone one of my company's, colleagues, and several alumni that had the affected models either got their devices repaired under the program or had it happen a year or two after the program ended. Heck, the one I had I sold it to a friend and 8 months later the screen started having the classic signs of GPU overheating (I then refunded the money because it wasn't in good working order).

 

On OpenCL - Nvidia doesn't care about OpenCL performance for the most part. It has dev tools and SDKs to aid in OpenCL code being executed across their GPUs, but it is clear Nvidia has designed their GPUs, and designed their drivers, for graphics performance first and CUDA second with OpenCL performance being an afterthought. Nvidia was slow to adopt OpenCL and even slow to adopt Vulkan since it has been laser-focused on DX9 to 11.1 + CUDA performance for generations now. This goes completely against Apple's OpenCL and Metal (which is based on AMD's mantle) focus for the last several years. Simply put, Nvidia went one way and Apple plus AMD went another way.

 

History of GPU Defects - Yes Apple has a long history of GPU defects, honestly, I think this is the second reason Apple has been using IGP for almost everything for a while. That and it wanted everything thinner so bye bye extra space for the graphics card and cooling. That is another thing we can all rant on latter but lets get back to GPU defects. What I think is being missed is that Nvidia GPUs were the standard in most Apple products that had dGPUs at the peak of this. As such it became common for people to "avoid" those products when doing bulk buying or when you had friends saying their Nvidia gpu died in their MBP. This might sound strange, but Apple's support liked to play blame the component and downplay the problem. In my college, one of the pieces of tech advice going around in the late early 2010s was to get the integrated ones because if it was "good enough" and that those Nvidia chips died a lot. It's no surprise around this time Apple started switching to AMD on its dGPUs (that also had issues) and started to push IGP to the midrange.

The point of the above is to point out there is context and history between the two that directly fed into AMD is well positioned to partner with Apple (wanting to recover from bad press about GPU recalls). Switching OEMs for its GPU parts and pushing IGP across more of its line was a combination of marketing, new priorities, and wanting to distance itself from the "XXX model with Nvidia Graphics" recalls it had been putting up for on recalls from 2008 on in mobile (its largest sellers). I agree it was an Apple issue, just they waited good and long until they could get an AMD GPU they liked and then they "over speced" the replacement to make their move to AMD look even better in notebooks...

 

Nvidia GT 750m vs AMD Radeon Pro- I assume we are talking about the Mid 2015 MBP... oddly the one I own. The card was only 30% faster than the prior per reviews from the time. The 850m would have been about 25% faster prior then the former. If Apple wanted to take the equivalent in straight OEM cost and performance) Nvidia GPU to the AMD one they chose then it would be the 860m vs the M370X. The Nvidia chip would have averaged 35% to 40% faster than the former generation depending on if you wanted to take only OpenCL benchmark results or also want to include Windows side Direct X results. Even at the time, I noticed they upgraded the GPU diagonally across the product matrix to try and sell that "up to 60% better performance".

 

I know you are trying to say this is all from a money point of view but it is not. These are careful decisions made by Apple over the last 6+ years that have moved it further away from Nvidia regardless of cost. We as consumers are used to seeing retail pricing, something Apple doesn't have to worry about. OEM pricing for AMD vs Nvidia tends to be, at best, all over the place generation to generation. The aligning of Apple's APIs and focus on wanting to spread Metal and OpenCL in the dGPU space simply works better with AMD and that's what is driving it. So performance (OpenGL games, CAD, etc) and pricing (vega vs GTX) win on Nvidia's portfolio simply doesn't matter to it.

Nvidia may support the mac, but if Apple doesn't support Nvidia like we have seen.... the real effect is delayed less timely drivers and a harder time for Nvidia to get the resources from Apple it takes to support us properly. Well in advance NDA information on changes to APIs, the kernel, and windows server come to mind. I hope I am wrong with the above observations effecting the future of the two companies working together to serve us, but Apple has a history with this and OS X has unique challenges GPU manufacturers don't have to deal with in any other space. So that help from Apple is often the difference between good support and just keeping the lights on support.

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Um, are we talking about the same Apple that has a history of holding sometimes decades-long grudges? I am pretty sure there are two things causing Nvidia to miss out on generation after generation of Apple products. Nvidia doesn't want to support OpenCL (an Apple-developed standard) because it prefers its proprietary CUDA. And Apple doesn't want to work with Nvidia again because the last time they did it involved recalls of huge numbers of laptops. Apple always said it was small, but from what I saw was almost everyone one of my company's, colleagues, and several alumni that had the affected models either got their devices repaired under the program or had it happen a year or two after the program ended. Heck, the one I had I sold it to a friend and 8 months later the screen started having the classic signs of GPU overheating (I then refunded the money because it wasn't in good working order).

 

https://developer.nvidia.com/opencl

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      ciao, 
       
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      Come posso rientrare nel sistema? ce un modo per eliminare i driver manualmente da un altra partizione?
       
      grazie

    • By imatefx
      I have a nvidia gt425M on my asus n53jq laptop almost everything is working correctly audio , lan , wifi
      even display is detected , I was not using nvidia web driviers on el capitan
       
      Only some windows and desktop background are distorted the resolution is 1920x1080, 
      The Video ram is 1024 MB but the "About mac" window shows only 1023 MB 
       

       
      Can someone help me out.
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