I have two Dell P2715Q 27" Ultra HD 4K Monitors but unfortunately only the first connected monitor to the GPU via DisplayPort with display the full 3840x2160 resolution the other one is stuck on 1920x1080.
If I unplug the first monitor and leave only the second one connected (in the same port...
I updated to macOS Sierra but haven't had much chance getting my Nvidia Drivers working with my 980Ti.
I saw in this post that these are the only drivers that are released for macOS Sierra.
I uninstalled the previous ones and installed these, set nvda_drv=1 in Clover Configurator but not joy...
Attempting to boot to my Clover USB with El Capitan on the following hardware.
Asus P8Z77-I DELUXE, Intel Z77
Intel Core i3 3220, S 1155, Ivy Bridge
I've set the BIOS to what was recommended in the instructions and I'm attempting to boot the driver with the -x -v -f flags.
My OSX Yosemite parititon recently died due to Invalid node structure (corruption) so I decided to reinstall to the same partition with El Capitan and update the bootloader to Clover.
I installed it all successfully and can boot to the new OSX partition from the Clover bootloader installed on...
Attempted to boot to my OS X partition today and found it failed to boot and just shutdown.
Ran it in verbose mode and got the following log.
It appears that the volume failed to verify because of Invalid node structure so I can only assume that some how the partition has been corrupted. I...
I've partitioned my drive with the El Capitan Installer into two partitions FAT and Journaled.
I installed El Capitan to the Journaled partition, I then installed Clover using MultiBeast.
After that I installed Windows 10 to the FAT partition.
It seems Windows 10 has overwritten the Clover...
I've created the bootable USB with El Capitan and UniBeast I had to use the Legacy Boot option because I'm pretty sure the BIOS on this laptop doesn't support UEFI.
Anyways, I got the installation to boot from Clover with the nv_disable=1 boot flag.
However, the trackpad and built-in...
I managed to boot the Yosmite installer from UniBeast using these boot flags.
npci=0x3000 PCIRoot=0 PCIRootUID=1 cpus=1 maxmem=2048 USBBusFix=Yes nv_disable=1 GraphicsEnabler=No IGPEnabler=No "Graphics Mode"="1024x768x32@60" UseKernelCache=No -v
I then booted back into the UniBeast and tried...