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Nvidia Web Driver updates for macOS High Sierra (UPDATE June 02, 2020)

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5 minutes ago, Frank Nitty said:

macOS v10.13.6 High Sierra (17G12034) Security Update 2020-002 = NVIDIA Web Driver 387.10.10.10.40.135

Yes, this Released over a month ago.

 

Both my Systems are on (17G12034) and the (.135) Driver.

Many of us going back a couple of pages have also Updated to

(17G12034) and (.135).

 

Is there something else specific about the Updates you have questions

about?  Any problems to report?  Any specific questions pertaining to

these Updates that we can help on?

 

 

TimeLord04

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Hello, I have an issue but I might have made a mistake.

I've seen that it was possible to install Nvidia Web Drivers on versions above 10.13.6

But I've tried on 10.15.4 and I get an error at the end of the installation of the patched driver : WebDriver-387.10.10.10.40.135 (19E287)

 

Im on a MacBook Pro of 2012 with a GT 650M on it.

 

Is there a way to fix it or I have to try to get 10.13.6 ?

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Don't bother, it will be of no use. Others have tried of course, long ago since Mojave pointed its nose...

 

In addition, given that GT 650M is Kepler and natively supported in Mojave/Catalina, I fail to see why you'd want the Web Driver on your MBP10,1 unless it's Cuda you're after of course.

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Thank you for the quick answer.

I need this driver because none of my softwares recognize the GPU an I can't use CUDA, so yes that's what I'm after.
Expecially on Blender for 3D rendering etc.

I've just upgraded to 10.15 few days ago because but I didnt do any of 10.11 backup so I guess I can't get back to it.
It's a bit of a shame what Apple is doing with this.
 

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Well, you could always re-install High Sierra or any previous version still available for download off Apple's web site.

 

For instance, you can get High Sierra off the AppStore using this link; El Capitan using this one.

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I've tried both link but I can't acces to the High Sierra link on App Store/Itunes and I find out that I'm not the only one who can't. Apple might have blocked it or something.
For El Captain or the Sierra direct downloads I could download it but couldnt launch the installer. My Mac says that the program is too old for the computer to run it.

So I guess the last solution is to make a bootable OS and try to get High Sierra this way.

Or do I miss a simple solution ?

Thank you for your time
 

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42 minutes ago, Karakron said:

I've tried both link but I can't acces to the High Sierra link on App Store/Itunes and I find out that I'm not the only one who can't. Apple might have blocked it or something.
For El Captain or the Sierra direct downloads I could download it but couldnt launch the installer. My Mac says that the program is too old for the computer to run it.

So I guess the last solution is to make a bootable OS and try to get High Sierra this way.

Or do I miss a simple solution ?

Thank you for your time
 

5-7-2020 at 5:10 PM - PDT

 

@Karakron,

 

For El Capitan or Sierra, you NOW MUST Change the Date in your BIOS BACK to when these OS Releases came out.

Then DISCONNECT the System from Internet Access, (of course AFTER having Downloaded the OS in question),

AND FINALLY run the Installer.

 

I can't, now, remember EXACTLY when the latest El Capitan Released, BUT 10.11.3 was AROUND March of 2016.

So, IF you are going all the way back to 10.11.6, you COULD TEMPORARILY Set the BIOS Clock back to say

March 29, 2016 to Install 10.11.6 and see how that goes.

 

@Hervé MAY know around when Sierra 10.12.6 Released, I don't have that date available to me.

 

ALSO, AFTER successful Installation of either 10.11.6 or 10.12.6 then GO BACK into the BIOS and change

the Date back to CURRENT Date.  AND FINALLY reconnect the System to Internet.

 

 

TimeLord04

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@TimeLord04 I've set the time to 21/09/2016 (because it was one day after Sierra was released) on the terminal via the Recovery Mode with the command  : date 0921000016

I rebooted and disabled internet. The date was the good one but it didn't work.

I had the same messagesaying that the program is too old to run on this version of Mac OS.

 

Did I do something wrong ? Or is their a level of Bios beneath this that I need to have acces to ?

 

I guess I have to give up and wait to have a pc to work with :)

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44 minutes ago, Karakron said:

@TimeLord04 I've set the time to 21/09/2016 (because it was one day after Sierra was released) on the terminal via the Recovery Mode with the command  : date 0921000016

I rebooted and disabled internet. The date was the good one but it didn't work.

I had the same messagesaying that the program is too old to run on this version of Mac OS.

 

Did I do something wrong ? Or is their a level of Bios beneath this that I need to have acces to ?

 

I guess I have to give up and wait to have a pc to work with :)

You CANNOT just Set Time in the OS.  That DOESN'T work.  You HAVE to Set the BIOS, (depends on your MOBO on how to do this), of your

Hackintosh back to the proper Installation Date.

 

El Capitan 10.11.3 was in March of 2016.  I believe my first Hackintosh was made March 16, 2016 with El Capitan 10.11.3.  Your Issues on

Reinstallation of an Older OS is NOT new.  I first learned of Setting the BIOS back from the 'Unmentionable' Site.

 

As far as I know, this is NOT doable on Real Macintoshes - ONLY on Hackintoshes.

 

 

TimeLord04

 

PS:  Please put your System Specs into your Signature for applicable and proper

responses to your questions.  (See my Signature as Example.)

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44 minutes ago, TimeLord04 said:

As far as I know, this is NOT doable on Real Macintoshes - ONLY on Hackintoshes.

Ok I think I'm doomed then becasue I just have a real Mac !

Thank you for your help tho :)

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Re: older OS X/macOS versions, try the links provided in this post; All tested by myself not that long ago. And yes, of course you'll have to do a complete re-installation from scratch; 'goes without saying...

 

Download, say, High Sierra, create your USB installer using the createinstallmedia line command and proceed with a fresh installation of macOS. You should then be Ok to install the nVidia Web Driver.

 

Let's halt the off-topic here; open up your own dedicated thread if you need further assistance on the matter.

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cannot install nvdia web drivers. it says: Mac OS X version is not compatible. i have 10.3.6 high sierra installed.

 

I have installed cuda cudadriver_418.163_macos which is the last one for high sierra.

 

and tried to install WebDriver-387.10.10.10.40.134

 

have tried earlier versions of web drivers not work as well.

 

help me pls :)

 

ps: i have solved the problem with installing 387.10.10.10.40.135 !!!

 

 

Link is here:

https://www.nvidia.com/content/DriverDownload-March2009/confirmation.php?url=/Mac/Quadro_Certified/387.10.10.10.40.135/WebDriver-387.10.10.10.40.135.pkg&lang=us&type=GeForce

 

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5-13-2020 at 2:16 PM - PDT

 

[Update:]

 

Received used (Mac Flashed)-Gigabyte GTX-770 4GB Card from a friend.

Installed the 770 into Daedalus-MacPro 5,1 Mid-2010 System.  Removed

Mac-GTX-970 4GB Card and Secondary EVGA GTX-1050 2GB Card from

Daedalus.

 

Tomorrow, will move the GTX-970 4GB Card to Hackintosh-Andromeda to

replace the damaged MacVidCards' GTX-1070 8GB Card.  This will give

Andromeda a FULLY working Mac Flashed Primary GPU and keep the

Secondary EVGA GTX-1050 2GB Card.

 

Now, (even though NOT needed), the NVIDIA Web Drivers are STILL

Installed on Daedalus.  I WILL be removing them, and the CUDA Driver

in preparation to move Daedalus to Mojave 10.14.6.

 

The damaged 1070 is going to a friend's Hackintosh.  He knows it's

damaged, and doesn't care.  He's NOT going to be Gaming, NOR

Number Crunching like I was.  He may, in addition to taking the

1070 8GB Card, take the EVGA GTX-1050 just pulled from Daedalus.

 

These steps will keep Hackintosh-Andromeda running at peak performance,

while I save up for a MacVidCards' Sapphire Radeon Pulse RX-580 8GB Card.

That will replace both the GTX-970 and 1050 in Andromeda and allow me to

Upgrade Andromeda to Mojave 10.14.6.  (May take me 6 Mos. to a year to

get the RX-580.)

 

Continued Good Luck to all here.  I plan to be OFF of NVIDIA Web Drivers

in a year's time.

 

 

TimeLord04

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Not sure this really is the right place for this story... Kinda getting completely off-topic.

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Posted (edited)

nVidia don't provide Web Drivers for OS X/macOS beta versions/builds...

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5-20-2020 at 12:04 PM - PDT

 

[Hackintosh-Andromeda Update:]

 

FINALLY had time, yesterday, and got the Mac Flashed PNY GTX-970 4GB Card Installed

into Andromeda.  This replaces the defective MacVidCards' GTX-1070 8GB Card.

 

I may pull out the EVGA GTX-1050 2GB Secondary Card from Andromeda, as I am no

longer doing Number Crunching on MacOS on the Hackintosh.

 

NVIDIA Web Driver 387.10.10.10.40.135 seems to have picked up the change in the

Cards.  In BOINC, (as that Number Crunching Program is STILL Installed), the 970

IS being assigned OpenCL, BUT later in the Event Log the Individual Number Crunching

Projects 'CLAIM' that the 970 'Does NOT Support OpenCL' and further states

'GPU Missing'.  Concerned that OpenGL might also have been affected, I Launched

StarCraft:Remastered, that runs fine - NO Error Messages from the Battle.net Launcher.

 

So, I believe that Andromeda is working the way I need her to, for now.  NO real

issues to report.

 

 

TimeLord04

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Do you thing its possible to make my old Gainward GeForce GTX 285 work with high sierra ? I managed to boot in 10.13.4 and 10.13.6 with 'nv_disable' flag (Ga ex58UD3R) but i can't make Graphics Card work . I tried Web Drivers from the first post with webdrivers enabled in smbios(macpro 5,1), CUDA, inject Nvidia and so many combinations that i can't really recall but nothing.

Did anyone manage to do it ?

 

Thanks

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5-26-2020 at 3:36 PM - PDT

 

Security Update 2020-003 10.13.6 has JUST released.

 

As always, we need to wait, now, for NVIDIA to release new Web Drivers.

 

 

TimeLord04

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5 hours ago, iceage2609 said:

Do you thing its possible to make my old Gainward GeForce GTX 285 work with high sierra ? I managed to boot in 10.13.4 and 10.13.6 with 'nv_disable' flag (Ga ex58UD3R) but i can't make Graphics Card work . I tried Web Drivers from the first post with webdrivers enabled in smbios(macpro 5,1), CUDA, inject Nvidia and so many combinations that i can't really recall but nothing.

Did anyone manage to do it ?

 

Thanks

 

5-26-2020 at 3:43 PM - PDT

 

@iceage2609,

 

The GTX-285 is Fermi or Pre-Fermi.  I have an OLD GTX-275, and was told that these

Cards are NOT MacOS compatible.  You should Upgrade and pick up a used GTX-760,

which is Native to MacOS, or IF you need CUDA Driver access - this USUALLY requires

the Web Driver too so I'd look at Maxwell and Pascal Cards.  (EVGA GTX-750TI SC, GTX-8x0,

GTX-9x0, GTX-10x0 Cards.  IF you can find any of these Pre-Flashed with Mac EFI, then

you WILL be able to get Boot Screen to show on Power Up of the System.)

 

 

TimeLord04

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Posted (edited)

5-26-2020 at 8:36 PM - PDT

 

[Update on Daedalus-Mac Pro 5,1 - Mid 2010 System:]

 

Removed NVIDIA Web Drivers, removed CUDA Driver. Moved BOINC App from

Applications' Folder to Trash.

 

Ran Security Update 2020-003 - 17G13033.

 

Daedalus now Updated to High Sierra 10.13.6 - (17G13033).

 

NO Issues to report.

 

[EDIT:]  8:57 PM - PDT - Waiting for New NVIDIA Web Drivers to Update Hackintosh-Andromeda.

 

 

TimeLord04

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hey TimeLord04

 

i also made this update a few minutes ago. After this i use a patch for my nvidia web driver.

the patch just change the required MacOS build number...after a reboot the diver is loading without any problem.

I think nividia itself...would do nothing else than this tiny change in his driver and release it under a new driver version.

 

just give it a try

 

 

nvidia web driver patch.zip

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