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5-28-2020 at 7:40 PM - PDT

 

Well, Update to (17G13033) and Web Driver (.136) went smooth and fast.

(About 20 Minutes for the Update and 3 Minutes for the Web Driver.)

The extra time was taken up by trying to Reload 56 Tabs in Firefox, then

dinner, and evening news....  Finally got back here now to Post.

 

No Issues in Update.  Still have half my Tabs to Reload in Firefox.

 

 

TimeLord04

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Is there by any chance any way to fix the lag issues, on the desktop and the general ui? I'm running the latest web driver and the card is detected just fine in the OS and games as well. 

My Specs

Asrock B365 Pro 4

Core i5 9400f

GTX 1070 TI 8GB

SMBIOS: iMac Pro 1,1

Mac OS High Sierra 10.13.6 (17G13033)

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Hello hello
I'm trying to update Nvidia drives and i got a bootloop with these message... Maybe sometime could help with that.
Also, it's interesting that all drivers from 378.10.10.10.25.106 are have same bootloop

System HighSierra 10.13.6 17G13033
GPU 960gtx DP/DVI669b1a8bbde9c7cc234214ebd4d3dc5c.jpg

Trimis de pe al meu Pixel folosind Tapatalk

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6-1-2020 at 2:16 PM - PDT

 

It 'seems' that Apple has decided that the Original 2020-003 High Sierra 10.13.6 Security Update was INADEQUATE!

ANOTHER 2020-003 has JUST released, the Popup has come up on Hackintosh Andromeda.

 

DO NOT Update, again, until NVIDIA releases ANOTHER New Web Driver.

 

 

TimeLord04

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NVIDIA Web Drivern387.10.10.10.0.134 was working until I installed security update 2020-003

then is says not compatable.

I then tried the next 2 135 and 136 and get the same error not compatable.

Is there an update to this driver coming soon?

NVIDIA Web Drivern387.10.10.10.0.134 was working until I installed security update 2020-003

then is says not compatable.

I then tried the next 2 135 and 136 and get the same error not compatable.

Is there an update to this driver coming soon?

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4 hours ago, Ray Nygren said:

NVIDIA Web Drivern387.10.10.10.0.134 was working until I installed security update 2020-003

then is says not compatable.

I then tried the next 2 135 and 136 and get the same error not compatable.

Is there an update to this driver coming soon?

NVIDIA Web Drivern387.10.10.10.0.134 was working until I installed security update 2020-003

then is says not compatable.

I then tried the next 2 135 and 136 and get the same error not compatable.

Is there an update to this driver coming soon?

6-2-2020 at 4:37 AM - PDT

 

That's why I said DON'T Update UNTIL another New Web Driver is released!

 

The 2020-003 Security Update from LAST week used the (.136) Driver.

The NEW 2020-003 Update, (from 6-1-2020), that you just Updated

to HAS NO Driver, YET.

 

NOW you are stuck UNTIL the NEW Web Driver is released.

 

 

TimeLord04

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Posted (edited)
5 hours ago, fabiosun said:

10.13.6 (17G13035) updated and patched old driver

all is fine as usual

 

just repair the permissions. you already had that driver installed 

Edited by MICKHAEL

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5 hours ago, fabiosun said:

6-3-2020 at 4:43 AM - PDT

 

@fabiosun,

 

Thanks for that!  :)

 

Hackintosh-Andromeda is now on (17G13035), and the new (.137) Web Driver.

NO Issues to report.

 

(Reloading 56+ Firefox Tabs - AGAIN!!!)

 

 

TimeLord04

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Posted (edited)

Let's avoid all this fuss and drama next time(s)! By now, we all know how things operate -and they have done so for several years now-, it's not as if users of the High Sierra Web Driver still ignored how things worked after 17 or 18 updates since 10.13.6's original release...

 

And we all also know that nVidia don't actually make changes to their Web Driver other than the target/supported High Sierra build number, something that users can actually patch by themselves if they want. It's all been documented in details and readily available.

 

Edited by Hervé

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Hello, finally I installed High Sierra (DosDude) on my MP 3,1 with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti 2047 MB and it works. I tried to install WebDriver-387.10.10.10.40.135 from nVidia site, but it says it is not compatible. Why?

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On 6/26/2020 at 11:03 AM, supergullit said:

Hello, finally I installed High Sierra (DosDude) on my MP 3,1 with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti 2047 MB and it works. I tried to install WebDriver-387.10.10.10.40.135 from nVidia site, but it says it is not compatible. Why?

7-8-2020 at 2:16 PM - PDT

 

@supergullit,

 

The .135 Driver is OUT OF DATE.  IF you are on High Sierra, 10.13.6 - (17G13035), you MUST

use 387.10.10.10.40.137.

 

Good Luck,

 

 

TimeLord04

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I am Having an MSI Z370 -a Pro, NVIDIA GTX 1060, Core i5-8400. 
I installed my hackintosh yesterday with build id 17G66 High Sierra 10.13.6. Nvidia Web driver is installed 387.10.10.10.40.137. The Hardware acceleration works for the time being.
The issue is in the Updates section it is showing security update available 2020 003. What I have understood from this thread People first updated the security patch then installed the NVIDIA web driver.
Please help my case! What should I Do.

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10 hours ago, BEINGRATUL said:

I am Having an MSI Z370 -a Pro, NVIDIA GTX 1060, Core i5-8400. 
I installed my hackintosh yesterday with build id 17G66 High Sierra 10.13.6. Nvidia Web driver is installed 387.10.10.10.40.137. The Hardware acceleration works for the time being.
The issue is in the Updates section it is showing security update available 2020 003. What I have understood from this thread People first updated the security patch then installed the NVIDIA web driver.
Please help my case! What should I Do.

7-14-2020 at 10:49 PM - PDT

 

NOTE:  17G66 IS NOT the Latest High Sierra.

 

Security Update 2020-003, or (17G13035) IS.

 

Just follow the Update.  Get to (17G13035).

 

HOW you managed getting Driver 387.10.10.10.40.137 onto 17G66 is beyond me, it IS NOT MEANT for that OS Distro.

 

Just Update to (17G13035), and all will be good.  [EDIT:]  387.10.10.10.40.137 IS FOR (17G13035).

 

 

TimeLord04

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11 hours ago, TimeLord04 said:

7-14-2020 at 10:49 PM - PDT

 

NOTE:  17G66 IS NOT the Latest High Sierra.

 

Security Update 2020-003, or (17G13035) IS.

 

Just follow the Update.  Get to (17G13035).

 

HOW you managed getting Driver 387.10.10.10.40.137 onto 17G66 is beyond me, it IS NOT MEANT for that OS Distro.

 

Just Update to (17G13035), and all will be good.  [EDIT:]  387.10.10.10.40.137 IS FOR (17G13035).

 

 

TimeLord04


Thanks for boosting confidence. However, there were some problems. The Driver showed non compatible. Ran the Benjamin Dobell code, it patched the driver. Still nothing happened no hardware acceleration. Then I uninstalled the driver along with the Nvidia manager and reinstalled, then only it worked.
BTW what is the correct procedure? Do you guys uninstall the Nvidia drivers before installing security updates?

 

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1 hour ago, BEINGRATUL said:


Thanks for boosting confidence. However, there were some problems. The Driver showed non compatible. Ran the Benjamin Dobell code, it patched the driver. Still nothing happened no hardware acceleration. Then I uninstalled the driver along with the Nvidia manager and reinstalled, then only it worked.
BTW what is the correct procedure? Do you guys uninstall the Nvidia drivers before installing security updates?

 

7-14-2020 at 10:59 PM - PDT

 

Driver 387.10.10.10.40.137 WAS SPECIFICALLY made by NVIDIA FOR High Sierra 10.13.6 - (17G13035).  IT IS FULLY compatible with this OS Version.

 

When I created my Hackintosh, I did so with 10.13.3 Release, and NOW CANNOT remember WHICH NVIDIA Web Driver was out for 10.13.3.  I've Updated

the Web Driver CONTINUOUSLY with EVERY Subsequent OS Release.

 

I DON'T know what to suggest to you to get it working.  NO Patches to the Driver are necessary, IF you are on (17G13035), you SHOULD be able to just install it.

 

Typically, you install the Web Driver BEFORE Installing your Video Card.  I Installed the Driver for 10.13.3 DURING the Creation of the System AND BEFORE Final First

Boot of the SSD without use of the Install Flash Drive Media.

 

Typically the OS Release comes First, THEN within 48 Hours the New NVIDIA Web Driver is Released.  I just Update the OS AFTER the Release of the New Web Driver,

and upon Login, the Web Driver Manager PROMPTS me to Update the Video Driver.

 

PLEASE READ through the ENTIRE Thread, this has been discussed MANY times.  PLEASE FOLLOW ALL Directions.

 

[EDIT:]  ALSO, PLEASE put your Hardware Specs into your Signature so that we may better assist.  (See my Signature as Example.  (Though mine is QUITE detailed.))

 

[EDIT 2:]  This is where MOST of us have Downloaded the Driver from:  Official NVIDIA Web Driver, AND Manager, 387.10.10.10.40.137.

 

This Link, ALSO has been Posted prior in the Thread.  (Just after the Release of the Driver by NVIDIA, AGAIN, 48 Hours AFTER 17G13035 Released by Apple.)

 

[EDIT 3:]  AND, IF you ARE being told the Driver is NOT Compatible for the OS, THEN you are NOT on 17G13035.  Check "About this Mac" -->  High Sierra 10.13.6, (Left Click with Mouse on 10.13.6 and your OS Version WILL be Revealed.)

 

 

TimeLord04

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Posted (edited)

7-16-2020 at 3:39 AM - PDT

 

7-16-2020 - NVIDIA Web Driver 387.10.10.10.40.138 Released.

 

New NVIDIA Web Driver for High Sierra 10.13.6 Security Update 2020-004 - (17G14019).

 

 

TimeLord04

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7-16-2020 at 4:47 AM - PDT

 

[Update to Hackintosh - Andromeda:]

 

Updated to (17G14019) - Security Update 2020-004, AND NVIDIA Web Driver 387.10.10.10.40.138.

 

NO Issues to report.  All seems to function normally.

 

 

TimeLord04

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7-16-2020 at 3:38 PM - PDT

 

@Hervé,

 

Thank you VERY much for the Facelift on the Thread, my friend.  :)  :yes:

 

Good Hackintoshing to everyone.  :)

 

 

TimeLord04

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On 7/17/2020 at 4:08 AM, TimeLord04 said:

7-16-2020 at 3:38 PM - PDT

 

@Hervé,

 

Thank you VERY much for the Facelift on the Thread, my friend.  :)  :yes:

 

Good Hackintoshing to everyone.  :)

 

 

TimeLord04

 

@TimeLord04 I have one doubt please. I have a spare NVIDIA GEFORCE 9500 GT. Will it be supported in Mojave? Should I take the risk or should I buy a GT710 DDR5 .

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4 hours ago, BEINGRATUL said:

 

@TimeLord04 I have one doubt please. I have a spare NVIDIA GEFORCE 9500 GT. Will it be supported in Mojave? Should I take the risk or should I buy a GT710 DDR5 .

7-25-2020 at 9:14 AM - PDT

 

@BEINGRATUL,

 

Mojave questions are technically Off Topic here.  However; I'd look at that GT-710 as a MINIMUM.

Try to find a GTX-680, or GTX-770 with at least 4GB VRAM.  I'm NOT sure IF the GT-710 is Kepler,

or IF it is a Prior Model than that....  The 680 and 770 ARE Kepler, AND have Metal Capability.

I CAN'T say that for sure with the GT-710 as anything PRIOR to the GTX-750  TI SC is before

my use of NVIDIA GPUs.  I've learned SOME about a couple Kepler Cards, the 680 and 770.

 

I've seen the GTX-770 on e-Bay for about $200 + Mac Flashed.  (That's the other thing,

you WANT it Mac Flashed.)  Look at MacVidCards to see what they have in stock, too.

 

Let's keep this Thread now on Topic for High Sierra and NVIDIA Web Drivers for High Sierra.

 

 

TimeLord04

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Hi I have iMac 27'' Late 2013.

I have OS High Sierra (17G14019) AND NVIDIA Web Driver 387.10.10.10.40.138. and Cuda Driver 418.105

 

And the Graphic Card I have is NVIDIA GeForce GTX 775M

 

And the Cuda is properly installed and also showing in Premiere pro for GPU.

 

But the machine freezes or restarts.

And now on the website it is showing that this Graphic Card is not Cuda Capable (https://developer.nvidia.com/cuda-gpus)

 

So what is the solution. Pls help

 

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23 minutes ago, Mac_cuda said:

Hi I have iMac 27'' Late 2013.

I have OS High Sierra (17G14019) AND NVIDIA Web Driver 387.10.10.10.40.138. and Cuda Driver 418.105

 

And the Graphic Card I have is NVIDIA GeForce GTX 775M

 

And the Cuda is properly installed and also showing in Premiere pro for GPU.

 

But the machine freezes or restarts.

And now on the website it is showing that this Graphic Card is not Cuda Capable (https://developer.nvidia.com/cuda-gpus)

 

So what is the solution. Pls help

 

8-8-2020 at 11:21 AM - PDT

 

The CURRENT CUDA  Driver is 418.163, NOT 418.105.

Try Updating the CUDA Driver.

 

IF this DOES NOT work, there is a SEPARATE CUDA Thread,

I DON'T have the Link, BUT @Hervé MAY have the Link to that

Thread.  ALL CUDA questions SHOULD be Posted in the CUDA

Thread.

 

Good Luck,

 

 

TimeLord04

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