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Nvidia Web Driver updates for macOS High Sierra (UPDATE Sept 25, 2020)

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I believe so. I updated my previous post with the build number of the macOS

 

Just installed this on my "iMacPro1,1" SMBIOS hack.

Experiencing massive lagginess.

I'll have to revert to previous iMac Pro special build drivers.

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Just installed this on my "iMacPro1,1" SMBIOS hack.

Experiencing massive lagginess.

I'll have to revert to previous iMac Pro special build drivers.

As I'm on my phone what are your hardware specs for iMacPro?

Working nvram? iMessage? Etc..

 

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Just installed this on my "iMacPro1,1" SMBIOS hack.

Experiencing massive lagginess.

I'll have to revert to previous iMac Pro special build drivers.

The new web drivers are so messed up!

 

 

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As I'm on my phone what are your hardware specs for iMacPro?

Working nvram? iMessage? Etc..

 

Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk

 

Well, yes - basically everything is working.

 

I just realised I had my old hardware in the signature - should be fixed now!

 

For reference:

Asus PRIME X299-DELUXE | i7-7820X | Gigabyte GTX1050 Ti | Clover | MacOS 10.13

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Still going black with spinnin' circle.

I had this issue, but it went away after redownloading .156 from the UK Nvidia link. But I also thought it might have something to do with using the new AptioMemoryFix in Clover so I removed AptioMemoryFix.efi from my EFI and replaced it with OsxAptioFix3Drv.efi - I doubt it'd make a difference, but you never know, might want to try that.

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A little note about the new webdriver for iMac Pro - Do not know if it has something to do with us.  :P

<!-- NOTE: 10.11+ requires "nvidia.com" in the host name in order to allow http (non-https) download specified in NVAgent Info.plist -->

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x.157 for build 17D2047

 

can you please provide the link? 

 

That's all what I received upon my request for x.157 for build 17D2047 for now from Nvidia..

Hi Klaus,

Confirmed we are actively working on driver update for 
10.13.3 (17D2047). We should have this posted soon. 
Stay tune, will update again as soon as I know the 
new driver is available.

Best regards,
Ray

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@KGP-iMacPro

 

I edited my post 'cause didn't see that cyberdevs already reported the new driver - You still can check the first page #1, though.  ;)

 

Both links to x.156 and x.157 on the first page are broken for me.. I don't know if that is a general issue for anybody.. 

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Here on macOS High Sierra  10.13.4 (17E139j)  Officiel WebDriver-387.10.10.10.25.156.pkg works perfectly  :wink_anim:

I can confirm  the GeForce GT 1030 works perfectly with the drivers 

WebDriver-387.10.10.10.25.156.pkg edit with Nvidia Payload Packager 

 

 

 

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I don't know how do you guys successfully build and use "custom" builds for Nvidia driver... I just tried Chris' Nvidia Payload Packager (nice tool, bro!), to "fix" build .104 in order to be used with 10.13.3 (17D47). It was more like an experiment than anything else. Aaaand..although I've got no issues unpacking, editing the build version and repacking the build (I found a youtube video describing how to do that in detail), and then installing it, I've got no acceleration after reboot...

 

I don't know. Maybe I'm missing something. Maybe I'm doing something wrong. But I think I've followed all the steps in that tutorial. And since I've got no errors upon installation, I would say that part went fine. Still...no acceleration. Basically it doesn't wanna use that driver.

 

So, if that was the only thing I had to do to have acceleration with Nvidia .104 and MacOS 10.13.3...well, it didn't work for me. :))

 

Not a big issue. As I said, it was more like an experiment than anything else. And I definitely learned something new today. But...in terms of actual positive results, that didn't work for me.

 

So I went back (I guess technically that would be forward..?) to .156 and everything's back to the way it was. Which is to say definitely not perfect, huge lag and pretty average performance, but at least it works in dual-monitor mode and I've got acceleration.

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Currently in 10.13.3 my GTX 960 only works 100% with the previous 13.2 Web Drivers (104 or 106).

If I install the current Web Driver (156), it does not let me get to the login and no config or hardware has changed in my system!?

Reverted to the previous one (106), and have full resolution on DP 4K and full acceleration...?

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try to search here ricoc90 packager if you have to install from scratch (no old driver installed)

 

I don't know how do you guys successfully build and use "custom" builds for Nvidia driver... I just tried Chris' Nvidia Payload Packager (nice tool, bro!), to "fix" build .104 in order to be used with 10.13.3 (17D47). It was more like an experiment than anything else. Aaaand..although I've got no issues unpacking, editing the build version and repacking the build (I found a youtube video describing how to do that in detail), and then installing it, I've got no acceleration after reboot...

 

I don't know. Maybe I'm missing something. Maybe I'm doing something wrong. But I think I've followed all the steps in that tutorial. And since I've got no errors upon installation, I would say that part went fine. Still...no acceleration. Basically it doesn't wanna use that driver.

 

So, if that was the only thing I had to do to have acceleration with Nvidia .104 and MacOS 10.13.3...well, it didn't work for me. :))

 

Not a big issue. As I said, it was more like an experiment than anything else. And I definitely learned something new today. But...in terms of actual positive results, that didn't work for me.

 

So I went back (I guess technically that would be forward..?) to .156 and everything's back to the way it was. Which is to say definitely not perfect, huge lag and pretty average performance, but at least it works in dual-monitor mode and I've got acceleration.

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I don't know how do you guys successfully build and use "custom" builds for Nvidia driver... I just tried Chris' Nvidia Payload Packager (nice tool, bro!), to "fix" build .104 in order to be used with 10.13.3 (17D47). It was more like an experiment than anything else. Aaaand..although I've got no issues unpacking, editing the build version and repacking the build (I found a youtube video describing how to do that in detail), and then installing it, I've got no acceleration after reboot...

 

I don't know. Maybe I'm missing something. Maybe I'm doing something wrong. But I think I've followed all the steps in that tutorial. And since I've got no errors upon installation, I would say that part went fine. Still...no acceleration. Basically it doesn't wanna use that driver.

 

So, if that was the only thing I had to do to have acceleration with Nvidia .104 and MacOS 10.13.3...well, it didn't work for me. :))

 

Not a big issue. As I said, it was more like an experiment than anything else. And I definitely learned something new today. But...in terms of actual positive results, that didn't work for me.

 

So I went back (I guess technically that would be forward..?) to .156 and everything's back to the way it was. Which is to say definitely not perfect, huge lag and pretty average performance, but at least it works in dual-monitor mode and I've got acceleration.

 

Check it the nvda_drv=1 Boot args is in the NVRAM

sudo nvram -p > ~/Documents/nvram.txt

 

maybe current not work for your card? See user here report latest not working

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Check it the nvda_drv=1 Boot args is in the NVRAM

sudo nvram -p > ~/Documents/nvram.txt

 

Well, I would say it is there... Also, how could it not be there, if I didn't do a nvram clean or changed anything in the boot args...? It's been there since forever. :))

 

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Also, version .156 works with the GTX 950 I'm using on this machine (don't look at my signature, since that's not the system using Nvidia drivers). It's just that its performance is really bad compared to previous versions. I can manage it a few days until Nvidia releases a new (maybe better) build. But I was just curious if you could use 104 with 10.13.3. Aaand...well, technically no issues upon installation. But also...no acceleration.

try to search here ricoc90 packager if you have to install from scratch (no old driver installed)

Thanks, I will. So far, I only tried installing over a previous installation. I'll keep that in mind for future experiments. :) Thank you.

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Well, I would say it is there... Also, how could it not be there, if I didn't do a nvram clean or changed anything in the boot args...? It's been there since forever. :))

 

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Also, version .156 works with the GTX 950 I'm using on this machine (don't look at my signature, since that's not the system using Nvidia drivers). It's just that its performance is really bad compared to previous versions. I can manage it a few days until Nvidia releases a new (maybe better) build. But I was just curious if you could use 104 with 10.13.3. Aaand...well, technically no issues upon installation. But also...no acceleration.

Thanks, I will. So far, I only tried installing over a previous installation. I'll keep that in mind for future experiments. :) Thank you.

I am asking you if the boot args was there because I saw users who did not have the boot args and others who had not even nvram  :P

thanks to you 

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I don't know how do you guys successfully build and use "custom" builds for Nvidia driver... I just tried Chris' Nvidia Payload Packager (nice tool, bro!), to "fix" build .104 in order to be used with 10.13.3 (17D47). It was more like an experiment than anything else. Aaaand..although I've got no issues unpacking, editing the build version and repacking the build (I found a youtube video describing how to do that in detail), and then installing it, I've got no acceleration after reboot...

 

I don't know. Maybe I'm missing something. Maybe I'm doing something wrong. But I think I've followed all the steps in that tutorial. And since I've got no errors upon installation, I would say that part went fine. Still...no acceleration. Basically it doesn't wanna use that driver.

 

So, if that was the only thing I had to do to have acceleration with Nvidia .104 and MacOS 10.13.3...well, it didn't work for me. :))

 

Not a big issue. As I said, it was more like an experiment than anything else. And I definitely learned something new today. But...in terms of actual positive results, that didn't work for me.

 

So I went back (I guess technically that would be forward..?) to .156 and everything's back to the way it was. Which is to say definitely not perfect, huge lag and pretty average performance, but at least it works in dual-monitor mode and I've got acceleration.

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/323052-guide-sierra-high-sierra-on-intel-5-6-7-8-9-and-x99-chipset-series-nehalem-sandybridge-ivybridge-haswell-broadwell/?p=2575822

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I don't know how do you guys successfully build and use "custom" builds for Nvidia driver... I just tried Chris' Nvidia Payload Packager (nice tool, bro!), to "fix" build .104 in order to be used with 10.13.3 (17D47). It was more like an experiment than anything else. Aaaand..although I've got no issues unpacking, editing the build version and repacking the build (I found a youtube video describing how to do that in detail), and then installing it, I've got no acceleration after reboot...

 

I don't know. Maybe I'm missing something. Maybe I'm doing something wrong. But I think I've followed all the steps in that tutorial. And since I've got no errors upon installation, I would say that part went fine. Still...no acceleration. Basically it doesn't wanna use that driver.

 

So, if that was the only thing I had to do to have acceleration with Nvidia .104 and MacOS 10.13.3...well, it didn't work for me. :))

 

Not a big issue. As I said, it was more like an experiment than anything else. And I definitely learned something new today. But...in terms of actual positive results, that didn't work for me.

 

So I went back (I guess technically that would be forward..?) to .156 and everything's back to the way it was. Which is to say definitely not perfect, huge lag and pretty average performance, but at least it works in dual-monitor mode and I've got acceleration.

 

Do you have a transparent dock with the .156 driver?  Sounds like tons of people are having Library Validation issues again, which can manifest itself as the Window Server running really horribly due to lack of acceleration, but other apps running okay.

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The driver links for 10.13.3 at the top of this post seem to be broken.

 

http://mac.nvidia.com/pkg/WebDriver-387.10.10.10.25.157.pkg- build 17D2047

http://mac.nvidia.com/pkg/WebDriver-387.10.10.10.25.156.pkg- build 17D47

 

These links, in the traditional nvidia URL format, are working for me:

 

https://images.nvidia.com/mac/pkg/387/WebDriver-387.10.10.10.25.157.pkg- build 17D2047

https://images.nvidia.com/mac/pkg/387/WebDriver-387.10.10.10.25.156.pkg- build 17D47

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