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5 hours ago, fabiosun said:

@TimeLord04

you can patch/ unlock any 10.13.6 web drivers released to work with all 10.13.6 OSX version.

Searching on this forum it is possible to find the way to do it

 

As I stated, that 'someone' would come along and state that '...it is possible to force the driver to work....', I DON'T recommend it.  As each specific Driver Version is released for each specific OS release.

 

I choose to use what is released for the OS Version.  To each his/her own.

 

ymmv

 

 

TimeLord04

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8 hours ago, fabiosun said:

@TimeLord04

your choose is legit..but maybe someone could have the need to use "volta" compatible driver (108)  or a multigpu less buggy driver of latest..so having this chance for me is fine :)

 

For me, my main concern is for the Scientific Number Crunching that I have both of my Systems working on.  (BOINC - Berkeley Open Infrastructure Network(ed) Computing.)  The BOINC Program/App used allows me to Join MANY Distributed Computing Projects.  I choose to Crunch for SETI@Home, and Einstein@Home, and occasionally CollatzConjecture.  BOINC, and these Projects REQUIRE that I have the "RIGHT" Driver for the OS, AND, (for SETI@Home), the current CUDA Driver for the OS in question.

 

I CANNOT afford to 'play around' and hash this and hash that and force things to work and find out that BOINC 'might NOT' function correctly afterwards.

 

Kinda like people whom have 'forced' the High Sierra NVIDIA Web Drivers to 'Install' on Mojave, ONLY to find out that the Video RAM is ONLY seen at 7MB EVEN WITH the Driver Loaded - BECAUSE "Acceleration IS NOT Enabled in Mojave".  'Forcing' something in, just 'cause you "can" is NOT necessarily the "right" thing to do.

 

Again, ymmv.

 

Good Luck with whatever one chooses to do.  I choose to use the Appropriate Driver for the OS in question.

 

 

TimeLord04

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On 11/9/2019 at 3:58 PM, TimeLord04 said:

In order to PROPERLY utilize the New Web Driver ending ".132", you MUST be on the Latest 10.13.6 High Sierra OS.  I DON'T remember where 387.10.10.10.30.106 falls into, I think 10.13.4 but NOT entirely sure...  IF you are NOT on 10.13.6, kindly Update your OS to the Latest 10.13.6, and your NVIDIA Web Driver Updater WILL tell you to Update to 387.10.10.10.40.132.

 

There is ONLY ONE Official Web Driver Release from NVIDIA PER MacOS Release!  ".132" IS NOT for your System on 10.13.4.  I'm sure someone will come along and state that it "can be forced", BUT IT'S NOT intended for your current OS.

 

 

TimeLord04

 

I'm wrestling with a system right now trying to get CUDA support to work properly. For some reason, I can't get it to show in After Effects CS6 (which I installed in El Capitan and then upgraded to High Sierra within OSX). raytracer_supported_cards.txt has "Quadro 6000" added.

 

Gfx card is Quadro 6000

OS X Version: 10.13.6 (17G9016)

GPU Driver Version: 355.11.10.10.40.102

CUDA Driver Version: 418.163

 

I'm not sure where I've gone wrong here...

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11 hours ago, GhaleonX said:

 

I'm wrestling with a system right now trying to get CUDA support to work properly. For some reason, I can't get it to show in After Effects CS6 (which I installed in El Capitan and then upgraded to High Sierra within OSX). raytracer_supported_cards.txt has "Quadro 6000" added.

 

Gfx card is Quadro 6000

OS X Version: 10.13.6 (17G9016)

GPU Driver Version: 355.11.10.10.40.102

CUDA Driver Version: 418.163

 

I'm not sure where I've gone wrong here...

@GhaleonX

 

Correct me if I'm wrong, After Effects CS6 is part of the ADOBE CS6 Suite, correct???  I believe this Suite works up to Sierra 10.12.x, and I'm NOT sure where the ".x" cuts off Support...  I've read a few Online Articles...  My Mac Pro 5,1, (in Signature), has the Sierra 10.12.1 Drive Listed...  My Sierra Drive was imaged from the guy I bought the System from, and included with that OS was my copy of ADOBE CS6.  The Articles I read and researched afterwards DID say NOT to go to 10.12.6 or parts of the ADOBE CS6 Suite "...might NOT function correctly, IF at all."

 

Can you Roll Back the OS Update back to El Capitan?  This MIGHT be your best bet to regain functionality of your After Effects program.  Again, as I've stated before, research your suite of software to see what limitations MAY arise BEFORE Upgrading one's OS - Including GPU Drivers.  Due to the limitations of ADOBE CS6 on my own Sierra 10.12.1 - (16B2657) w/Web Driver 367.15.10.15F03, I'm NEVER Upgrading the OS on that Drive.

 

IF you CANNOT "Roll Back", do you have Time Machine that you can Restore from to get back to your El Capitan setup?  AND, once back on El Capitan, you will need to Uninstall CUDA 418.163 and ONLY go up to CUDA 8.0.71 for El Capitan.  This comes from a BOINC App Developer for MacOS that I know.  Anything above CUDA 8.0.71 in El Capitan WILL cause you grief.

 

 

TimeLord04

 

[EDIT:]  Edited to include CUDA info for El Capitan

 

[EDIT 2:]

 

Web Link - NVIDIA CUDA Driver 8.0.71 Direct from NVIDIA - For El Capitan:  CUDA Driver 8.0.71 For El Capitan.

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4 hours ago, TimeLord04 said:

@GhaleonX

 

Correct me if I'm wrong, After Effects CS6 is part of the ADOBE CS6 Suite, correct???  I believe this Suite works up to Sierra 10.12.x, and I'm NOT sure where the ".x" cuts off Support...  I've read a few Online Articles...  My Mac Pro 5,1, (in Signature), has the Sierra 10.12.1 Drive Listed...  My Sierra Drive was imaged from the guy I bought the System from, and included with that OS was my copy of ADOBE CS6.  The Articles I read and researched afterwards DID say NOT to go to 10.12.6 or parts of the ADOBE CS6 Suite "...might NOT function correctly, IF at all."

 

Can you Roll Back the OS Update back to El Capitan?  This MIGHT be your best bet to regain functionality of your After Effects program.  Again, as I've stated before, research your suite of software to see what limitations MAY arise BEFORE Upgrading one's OS - Including GPU Drivers.  Due to the limitations of ADOBE CS6 on my own Sierra 10.12.1 - (16B2657) w/Web Driver 367.15.10.15F03, I'm NEVER Upgrading the OS on that Drive.

 

IF you CANNOT "Roll Back", do you have Time Machine that you can Restore from to get back to your El Capitan setup?  AND, once back on El Capitan, you will need to Uninstall CUDA 418.163 and ONLY go up to CUDA 8.0.71 for El Capitan.  This comes from a BOINC App Developer for MacOS that I know.  Anything above CUDA 8.0.71 in El Capitan WILL cause you grief.

 

 

TimeLord04

 

[EDIT:]  Edited to include CUDA info for El Capitan

 

[EDIT 2:]

 

Web Link - NVIDIA CUDA Driver 8.0.71 Direct from NVIDIA - For El Capitan:  CUDA Driver 8.0.71 For El Capitan.

 

I can erase and reinstall if I have to. No big deal, the CS6 suite only takes about an hour to install.  I'm not sure of any loss of functionality; FWIW, I was also able to use the CS6 suite in Mojave (before I downgraded back to HS). My only issue is finding the right combination of CUDA driver (I also installed the CUDA toolkit, though I don't think I needed to). Do I need to disable injection from Clover for this to work? I had set it up in the past and don't recall having to do that, but the older I get the harder it is to remember everything haha!

 

EDIT: Tom Baker is the best xD

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3 hours ago, GhaleonX said:

 

I can erase and reinstall if I have to. No big deal, the CS6 suite only takes about an hour to install.  I'm not sure of any loss of functionality; FWIW, I was also able to use the CS6 suite in Mojave (before I downgraded back to HS). My only issue is finding the right combination of CUDA driver (I also installed the CUDA toolkit, though I don't think I needed to). Do I need to disable injection from Clover for this to work? I had set it up in the past and don't recall having to do that, but the older I get the harder it is to remember everything haha!

 

EDIT: Tom Baker is the best xD

I'm just going by the two Articles I read after buying my Mac Pro last year.  Both Articles stated that ADOBE moved away from the "Suite" into the "Subscription - Paid Monthly" Model for their newer Software.  ADOBE CS6 Suite is the LAST Suite that is "Owned" by the Customer.  Further, these Articles stated that people were having issues Upgrading the OS beyond Sierra and keeping functionality of the Suite.  Hence; I have NOT Upgraded my OS on the Sierra Drive beyond the 10.12.1 Image that was given to me.

 

IF you had success in Mojave with CS6 Suite, more power to you, I believe you were one of the FEW whom did NOT have trouble.  KUDOS to you!  :)

 

I'm NOT up on the Quadro Line of GPUs, I believe MacOS controls the Video Driver for them.  (Built-in...)  However; I'm NOT sure IF you need to "Inject" GPU Functionality into Clover or NOT for that Card Group.  Someone with more knowledge of the Quadro Line of GPUs will have to chime in here.  I got into the NVIDIA Line of GPUs with the EVGA GTX-750TI SC Cards and moving forward.  So my knowledge of prior cards is QUITE Limited.  Sorry.

 

AND NO, you shouldn't need the CUDA Toolkit, just the 8.0.71 CUDA Driver for El Capitan.  IF you have available Sierra 10.12.1 to Install, you may have greater success with Updating the CUDA Driver beyond 8.0.71 and your CS6 Suite.  I'm NOT quite sure, though, IF CUDA Driver 418.163 will work right for you in Sierra.  High Sierra, CUDA Driver 418.163 works perfectly for me for my BOINC - SETI@Home Number Crunching.

 

Good Luck.  :)

 

 

TimeLord04

 

(LOVE my Doctor WHO...)

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is Security update 2019-006 10.13.6 = build 17G9016?

how do I check what build version is for a dmg update file?

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27 minutes ago, madamax2 said:

is Security update 2019-006 10.13.6 = build 17G9016?

how do I check what build version is for a dmg update file?

Yes, Security Update 2019-006 is 10.13.6 - (17G9016).  (See my Signature...)

 

To check Version of MacOS IN MacOS, with Mouse hover over Black Apple in Upper Left Corner, Click Once, Click "About This Mac".  On Popup Window, Click on 10.13.6 this will Expand and show you (17G9016); OR whatever current MacOS Version your System is on.

 

[EDIT 2:]  I'm NOT sure how you check this in the ".dmg" File.

 

 

TimeLord04

 

[EDIT:]

 

@madamax2

 

In your Signature - Please put in the Specs on your Computer(s)...  (See my Signature.)

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4 hours ago, madamax2 said:

is Security update 2019-006 10.13.6 = build 17G9016?

how do I check what build version is for a dmg update file?

 

Terminal: sw_vers

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3 hours ago, Badruzeus said:

 

Terminal: sw_vers

I was referring to the DMG update file which I can download from apple website 

e.g 

SecUpd2019-006HighSierra.dmg

I need to check it prior to installation so I can know if there is a official nvidia driver released for that build number before I install it.
 

8 hours ago, TimeLord04 said:

Yes, Security Update 2019-006 is 10.13.6 - (17G9016).  (See my Signature...)

 

To check Version of MacOS IN MacOS, with Mouse hover over Black Apple in Upper Left Corner, Click Once, Click "About This Mac".  On Popup Window, Click on 10.13.6 this will Expand and show you (17G9016); OR whatever current MacOS Version your System is on.

 

[EDIT 2:]  I'm NOT sure how you check this in the ".dmg" File.

 

 

TimeLord04

 

[EDIT:]

 

@madamax2

 

In your Signature - Please put in the Specs on your Computer(s)...  (See my Signature.)


thanks..
I didn't know your sig had that info 

yeah I already know about clicking the  "About This Mac" to get your current build number

I was more interested in finding out the build number of the DMG update file (SecUpd2019-006HighSierra.dmg) before I install it
since I can check if there is an official nvidia driver already released for it on front page

The front page lists the build number + nvidia driver version number for it..
but does not tell us what the actual update name that build number corresponds to.
 

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7 hours ago, TimeLord04 said:

I'm just going by the two Articles I read after buying my Mac Pro last year.  Both Articles stated that ADOBE moved away from the "Suite" into the "Subscription - Paid Monthly" Model for their newer Software.  ADOBE CS6 Suite is the LAST Suite that is "Owned" by the Customer.  Further, these Articles stated that people were having issues Upgrading the OS beyond Sierra and keeping functionality of the Suite.  Hence; I have NOT Upgraded my OS on the Sierra Drive beyond the 10.12.1 Image that was given to me.

 

IF you had success in Mojave with CS6 Suite, more power to you, I believe you were one of the FEW whom did NOT have trouble.  KUDOS to you!  :)

 

I'm NOT up on the Quadro Line of GPUs, I believe MacOS controls the Video Driver for them.  (Built-in...)  However; I'm NOT sure IF you need to "Inject" GPU Functionality into Clover or NOT for that Card Group.  Someone with more knowledge of the Quadro Line of GPUs will have to chime in here.  I got into the NVIDIA Line of GPUs with the EVGA GTX-750TI SC Cards and moving forward.  So my knowledge of prior cards is QUITE Limited.  Sorry.

 

AND NO, you shouldn't need the CUDA Toolkit, just the 8.0.71 CUDA Driver for El Capitan.  IF you have available Sierra 10.12.1 to Install, you may have greater success with Updating the CUDA Driver beyond 8.0.71 and your CS6 Suite.  I'm NOT quite sure, though, IF CUDA Driver 418.163 will work right for you in Sierra.  High Sierra, CUDA Driver 418.163 works perfectly for me for my BOINC - SETI@Home Number Crunching.

 

Good Luck.  :)

 

 

TimeLord04

 

(LOVE my Doctor WHO...)

While I wasn't aware people were having issues with CS6 past 10.11, I'm not surprised. The installer handles oddly in High Sierra and Mojave, so the only hope is to install in an earlier version of the OS and hope functionality remains after update.

 

If it's helpful to someone, After Effects wouldn't work until I ran the update found on Adobe's website. Should work even on setups that have adobe blocked in the hosts file!

 

That being said, I think I'll follow your advice and go back to 10.11 to get CUDA back, although I would like to understand the logic of how nVidia's drivers are intended. Given I have an "official" web driver that supports Quadro 6000 in 10.13.6 (17G9016), you would think any HS compatible CUDA driver would be all that's missing. According to nVidia's website, cards that are in the 1 or lower performance category aren't supported by the CUDA drivers, but there's 3 different Quadro 6000 cards on their compatibility list, all of which are nowhere near a '1' (implying that whatever Q6000 variant one would have, one would have a greater that '1' performance value unit of measurement to attribute). 

 

It's been forever since I've checked, but do genuine Macs still use different versions of the same GPU model? ie you can't put the exact same Quadro 6000 card I have in this PC in a genuine Mac?

If that's the case, then perhaps the answer to my question has something to do with the Quadro 6000 being "accidentally" supported by the web driver (and NOT the CUDA drivers available in HS).

 

Alternatively, I could also imagine any number of other possibilities of what could be going on here. I know you said your knowledge of prior cards is quite limited, but am all ears for any theories you have in terms of understanding what everything is doing related to this (also, anyone else is more than welcome to chime in, lol).


 

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13 hours ago, madamax2 said:

I was referring to the DMG update file which I can download from apple website 

e.g 

SecUpd2019-006HighSierra.dmg

I need to check it prior to installation so I can know if there is a official nvidia driver released for that build number before I install it.
 


thanks..
I didn't know your sig had that info 

yeah I already know about clicking the  "About This Mac" to get your current build number

I was more interested in finding out the build number of the DMG update file (SecUpd2019-006HighSierra.dmg) before I install it
since I can check if there is an official nvidia driver already released for it on front page

The front page lists the build number + nvidia driver version number for it..
but does not tell us what the actual update name that build number corresponds to.
 

@madamax2

 

Typically, within 48 Hours of a new OS Release NVIDIA will release the new Web Driver to go with that OS.  So, 387.10.10.10.40.132 IS the Current NVIDIA Web Driver for Security Update 2019-006 - (17G9016).  Further, due to the Number Crunching that I have my Systems doing, I WILL NOT Update my MacOS to the next Security Update UNTIL I see that NVIDIA has released the concurrent Web Driver for that OS.

 

People here are REALLY GOOD about notifying everyone when the new NVIDIA Driver gets released.  IF, like me, you MUST have the New NVIDIA Web Driver released BEFORE having your System Update the OS; just keep reading this Thread shortly after an OS Update gets released.  Someone will first notify us all that the OS Update has released, then within 48 Hours - when NVIDIA releases the New Driver someone else will notify us all of the New Web Driver.

 

 

TimeLord04

 

 

12 hours ago, GhaleonX said:

While I wasn't aware people were having issues with CS6 past 10.11, I'm not surprised. The installer handles oddly in High Sierra and Mojave, so the only hope is to install in an earlier version of the OS and hope functionality remains after update.

 

If it's helpful to someone, After Effects wouldn't work until I ran the update found on Adobe's website. Should work even on setups that have adobe blocked in the hosts file!

 

That being said, I think I'll follow your advice and go back to 10.11 to get CUDA back, although I would like to understand the logic of how nVidia's drivers are intended. Given I have an "official" web driver that supports Quadro 6000 in 10.13.6 (17G9016), you would think any HS compatible CUDA driver would be all that's missing. According to nVidia's website, cards that are in the 1 or lower performance category aren't supported by the CUDA drivers, but there's 3 different Quadro 6000 cards on their compatibility list, all of which are nowhere near a '1' (implying that whatever Q6000 variant one would have, one would have a greater that '1' performance value unit of measurement to attribute). 

 

It's been forever since I've checked, but do genuine Macs still use different versions of the same GPU model? ie you can't put the exact same Quadro 6000 card I have in this PC in a genuine Mac?

If that's the case, then perhaps the answer to my question has something to do with the Quadro 6000 being "accidentally" supported by the web driver (and NOT the CUDA drivers available in HS).

 

Alternatively, I could also imagine any number of other possibilities of what could be going on here. I know you said your knowledge of prior cards is quite limited, but am all ears for any theories you have in terms of understanding what everything is doing related to this (also, anyone else is more than welcome to chime in, lol).


 

@GhaleonX

 

IF the PC Quadro 6000 has been Flashed, (typically by MacVidCards), to contain Mac EFI - THEN the PC Quadro 6000 Card CAN be used in the Genuine Mac AND give you Boot Screen.  WITHOUT being Flashed, a PC Card in a Genuine Mac, (with the OS above El Capitan), WILL NOT give you a Boot Screen.  (From what I've read and researched on other Hackintosh Sites.)

 

Even so, I chose to buy a Pre-Flashed MacVidCards' GTX-1070 8GB Card for my Hackintosh.  ($555 USD + $14 USD Shipping.)  For my Mac Pro 5,1 System I bought a used Pre-Flashed GTX-970 4GB Card off e-Bay.  HOWEVER; both Systems have Secondary GPUs - both EVGA GTX-1050 2GB Cards NOT Flashed.  I CAN confirm that having Video Cables connected to the Secondary Cards in both Systems and booting from them yields NO BOOT Screen.  ONLY my Primary Cards give me Boot Screen.

 

[EDIT:]  Forgot to mention that on my First Hackintosh with a Mac Pro 3,1 Profile to best match the Hardware Specs, I had on El Capitan, (starting with 10.11.3), two EVGA GTX-750TI SC 2GB VRAM GPUs.  Under El Capitan, these NON-Flashed GPUs DID yield a Boot Screen on BOTH Cards.  (Upgraded El Capitan to 10.11.6...  NO Issues.)

 

MacVidCards WILL Flash ANY PC Card matching the Physical Ports of ANY Card they sell.  Check MacVidCards.com for EFI Flashing Prices.

 

 

TimeLord04

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On 11/14/2019 at 11:03 AM, TimeLord04 said:

 

@GhaleonX

 

IF the PC Quadro 6000 has been Flashed, (typically by MacVidCards), to contain Mac EFI - THEN the PC Quadro 6000 Card CAN be used in the Genuine Mac AND give you Boot Screen.  WITHOUT being Flashed, a PC Card in a Genuine Mac, (with the OS above El Capitan), WILL NOT give you a Boot Screen.  (From what I've read and researched on other Hackintosh Sites.)

 

Even so, I chose to buy a Pre-Flashed MacVidCards' GTX-1070 8GB Card for my Hackintosh.  ($555 USD + $14 USD Shipping.)  For my Mac Pro 5,1 System I bought a used Pre-Flashed GTX-970 4GB Card off e-Bay.  HOWEVER; both Systems have Secondary GPUs - both EVGA GTX-1050 2GB Cards NOT Flashed.  I CAN confirm that having Video Cables connected to the Secondary Cards in both Systems and booting from them yields NO BOOT Screen.  ONLY my Primary Cards give me Boot Screen.

 

[EDIT:]  Forgot to mention that on my First Hackintosh with a Mac Pro 3,1 Profile to best match the Hardware Specs, I had on El Capitan, (starting with 10.11.3), two EVGA GTX-750TI SC 2GB VRAM GPUs.  Under El Capitan, these NON-Flashed GPUs DID yield a Boot Screen on BOTH Cards.  (Upgraded El Capitan to 10.11.6...  NO Issues.)

 

MacVidCards WILL Flash ANY PC Card matching the Physical Ports of ANY Card they sell.  Check MacVidCards.com for EFI Flashing Prices.

 

 

TimeLord04

So I ended up putting this machine back on 10.11.5 and installing the drivers for those, and now I've got proper CUDA support in After Effects. I couldn't get it to work in 10.11.6 (even though the next CUDA driver revision seemed like it would support it). 

 

My current understanding is that the CUDA driver package dropped support for a lot of cards throughout its updates, while the display driver doesn't. So maybe there's a way to edit a newer CUDA driver for this, though this is purely a guess. 

 

I've got another machine here running 10.9.5 with a GTX 570 (and a 520 for a 3rd display) I could try testing after I give this machine back (I think they're both Fermi). Will update with any info if I learn something.

 

Speaking of first hackintoshes btw, mine was a Shuttle XPC SB51G that I ended up using as a media server to stream all my classic Dr Who (and some other stuff) from! That thing was a huge hacking effort and still had some flaws, but I later learned that it's got the same hardware as a TARDIS console, which apparently runs on a socket 478 board just like the SB51G (according to series 6, episode 4 of the newwho) xD

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11-24-2019 at 3:58 PM - PST

 

Well, it's official...  :(  NVIDIA has pulled the plug!!!  :cry:

 

High Sierra IS THE LAST MacOS to utilize NVIDIA Web Drivers AND CUDA Driver 418.163!!!  NVIDIA CUDA Driver Support dies at 418.163 for MacOS with NVIDIA CLEARLY stating that "Future CUDA Drivers WILL NOT support MacOS!"

 

See Here:  NVIDIA Drops MacOS Support for CUDA.

 

AND Here:  CUDA Toolkit Release Notes.

 

An Era has passed into the cold dark night.

 

[EDIT:]

 

ALSO, See Here:  Insanely Mac - NVIDIA on OSX is almost no more.

 

 

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      Nvidia Web Driver - 367.10.10.05b01 --> build 16A304a (DP7 & PB6) (see this post)
      Nvidia Web Driver - 367.10.10.05b01 --> build 16A294a (DP6 & PB5) (see this post)
      Nvidia Web Driver - 367.10.10.05b01 --> build 16A286a (DP5 & PB4) (see this post)
      Nvidia Web Driver - 367.10.10.05b01 --> build 16A270f (DP4 & PB3) (thanks to TheRacerMaster)
      Nvidia Web Driver - 367.05.10.05b07 --> build 16A254g (DP3 & PB2) (see this post)
      Nvidia Web Driver - 367.05.10.05b07 --> build 16A238m (PB1) (thanks to Faun) 
      Nvidia Web Driver - 367.05.10.05b07 --> build 16A239j (DP2) (thanks to Faun)
      Nvidia Web Driver - 367.05.10.05b03 --> build 16A201w (DP1) (thanks to Xmedik)
       
    • By fantomas
      hi people  
       
      you can use this thread to link / talk about of the future Nvidia Web Driver updates for El Capitan
       
      10.11.6
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f16 --> build 15G22010 (thanks to BreBo)  New!
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f15 --> build 15G21013 (thanks to BreBo) 
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f14 --> build 15G20015 (thanks to DMCrimson)
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f13 --> build 15G20015 (thanks to Louvier)
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f12 --> build 15G19009 (thanks to WeBeRiO)
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f11 --> build 15G18013 (thanks to BreBo)
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f10 --> build 15G17023 (thanks to Badruzeus)
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f09 --> build 15G1611 (thanks to Badruzeus)
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f08 --> build 15G1510 (thanks to Badruzeus)
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f07 --> build 15G1421 (thanks to bb1045)
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f06 --> build 15G1217 (thanks to bb1045)
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f05 --> build 15G1212 (thanks to WeBeRiO)
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f04 --> build 15G1108 (see this post)
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f03 --> build 15G1004 (thanks to BreBo)
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f02 --> build 15G31 (thanks to Moviemakergr)
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f01 --> build 15G31 (thanks to WeBeRiO)
      [uPDATE_3]Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15b01 --> build 15G24b (thanks to DMCrimson)
       
      10.11.5
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.10f02 --> build 15F34 (thanks to marcozardi)
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.10f01 --> build 15F34 (thanks to WeBeRiO)
      [uPDATE_2] Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.10b01 --> build 15F31a (see this post)
       
      10.11.4
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.06f01 --> build 15E65 (see this post)
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.06b01 --> build 15E (see this post)
       
      10.11.3
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.05f02 --> second release for build 15D21 (thanks to Fljagd)
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.05f01  --> build 15D21 (see this post)
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.05b02 --> build 15D (see this post)
       
      10.11.2
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.04f02 --> second public release (see this post)
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.04f01 --> build 15C50 (see this post)  
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.04b02 --> build 15C48a (see this post) 
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.04b01 --> build 15C47a (see this post)
       
      10.11.1
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.03f02 --> second public release (see this post) 
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.03f01 --> build 15B42 (thanks to jperkins909)
       
      10.11.0
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.02f02 --> build 15A284 (thanks to MTWomg)
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.02f01 --> build 15A284 (see this post)
       
      DP
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.01b07 --> GM/DB/PB6/DB7/PB5 (thanks to BreBo) 
      Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.01b06 --> build 15A (thanks to MTWomg) 
    • By ivanmacx85
      NVIDIA ha rilasciato i driver grafici per macOS High Sierra 10.13

      Questi driver sono attualmente l’unico metodo per ottenere l’accelerazione grafica delle schede:

      -Pascal   GTX 1050, 1050 Ti, 1060, 1070, 1080, 1080 Ti, TITAN Xp
      -Maxwell GTX 750, 750 Ti, 950, 960, 970, 980, 980 Ti, TITAN X


       
      Per disinstallare i vecchi WebDriver attenersi alla seguente procedura: 

      1.) Aprire l'NVIDIA Driver Manager nella voce della barra dei menu.

      2.) Fare clic sull'icona del lucchetto e immettere la password dell'amministratore.

      3.) Fare clic sul pulsante disinstallazione.

      4.) Fare clic su disinstalla e continuare con la disinstallazione. Riavviare il sistema come indicato

      5.) Installare la versione originale del kext AppleGraphicsControl.kext (solo se lo avevate modificato in precedenza) in / S / L / E / tramite Kext Utility

      Ignorate questi passaggi se venite da un'installazione pulita di High Sierra


      Per installare il nuovo pacchetto WebDriver NVIDIA 10.13 distribuito ufficialmente, procedere come segue:

      1.) Scaricare e installare il pacchetto NVIDIA WebDriver HighSierra 10.13.pkg Durante l'installazione comparirà un messaggio di errore, ignoratelo e continuare l'installazione finché non vi verrà richiesto di riavviare il sistema.

      2.) Solo per chi ha smbios iMac 15,1 - iMac 17,1 - MacPro 6.1 Prima di riavviare mettere nella cartella kext other NVWebDriverLibValFix.kext.zip, NvidiaGraphicsFixup.kext.zip e Lilu.kext per evitare il problema dello schermo nero dopo l'avvio del sistema
       
      3.) In alcuni casi è necessario impostare nel file .config il SIP (CsrActiveConfig) su 0x3

      4.) Ora riavviate il sistema. Al momento dell'avvio del sistema, avrete il WebDriver Nvidia completamente funzionante con supporto OpenGL e Metal 2


    • By spec3
      ciao, 
       
      Ho appena acquistato una GTX 980, ho due partizioni , una con Sierra . e una con Yosemite, su Sierra ho installato i Web driver , messo webdriver al config.plist e tutto funziona a dovere. In Yosemite ho fatto la stessa cosa, al riavvio  non sono  piu  riuscito ad entrare nel sistema operativo, ovviamente ho usato le versioni dedicate per ogni sistema operativo a meno che non mi sia confuso e ho installato i driver sbagliati. Per rientrare ho provato di tutto, safe mode, staccando l'nvidia , provando ad entrare con l'intel integrata, provato a cambiare SMBIOS dalla partizione di Sierra.
       
      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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