How can I install and use NVIDIA Web Driver under Mac OS Mojave beta 2?

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    Jul 8, 2018 at 3:02 PM #1
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    Hello guys,
    I have updated my hackintosh to Mojave beta 2.
    and I found that could not use the web driver on my machine.
    how to fix it?
    do you have the driver for 10.14?
    thanks a lot!
     
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    Same problem, at the end of installation of driver...not compatible can't use driver
     
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    Do you have the web driver for Mojave?
    Or how to patch?
     
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    No, the last for High Sierra
     
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    Ok, thanks!
     
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    It's not a permanent solution... I have multi-monitor support... but there is no hardware acceleration. The video is choppy and seems faded. However, either of these solutions will enable older versions of the web drivers to work with the Mojave / beta:

    https://github.com/Benjamin-Dobell/nvidia-update

    https://github.com/corpnewt/Web-Driver-Toolkit
     
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    These applications must be ran through Terminal. The usual syntax is "sudo ./" and the executable. Nvidia-update is straight forward enough. Web-Driver-Toolkit requires a bit more knowledge. But, the end result is patching of the Nvidia Web driver and functioning video display.
     
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    I use just "./" to run it, and it can only get the driver which support macOS High Sierra 10.13.6.
    You can install it, only show you the correct info but nothing will work fine.
     
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    The utility will patch the Nvidia web drivers, as a previous version. Unfortunately, though - as previously stated - you can get multi-monitor support and not much else. I wound up downgrading two systems to 10.13.6 because "nothing" worked.
     

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