Discussion in 'Graphics' started by tonymacx86, Sep 20, 2016.
Update MultiBeast to v9.1.0+ and use the MultiBeast Graphics option to use NIVIDIA Web drivers
I've been having trouble getting output from my 970 since the update to 10.12.5. Currently on 10.12.6 with the appropriate web drivers, and them initialized properly (modern clover flags, & modern version of it): VNC gets a decent resolution and transparency indicative of hardware acceleration. But my monitor won't show up as connected over any of the ports. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
(System def is iMac12,2, hardware as listed on the sidebar.)
YOU ARE THE BEST!!! Whatever you did on here it fixed it! thank you so much!
my setup is :
- MSI Z97 Gaming 3
- MSI GTX970 Gaming 4G
After do a Clean Install of Sierra. My GTX970 still wont work perfect. its glitch like a poor vga (sad).
i have done installing nvidia web driver, agdpfix, inject system parameter. its still wont work.
what i have to do?
hope you have a solution for me.
This needs to be added to CloverConfigurator...
Clover Configurator has the checkbox "NvidiaWeb" on the "System Parameters" tab that enables the Nvidia Web drivers. Not sure this is what you're asking about.
I have tried just about everything to get the NVIDIA Web Drivers to load. I have a Gforce GTX950. I have downloaded and installed the latest driver xxx.25f01. I try to select NVIDIA Web Driver from the menu and restart.
Boots into OSX Default Graphics Driver every time.
BIOS is set to boot PCIe
Internal Graphics Disabled.
This is a fresh install.
You need to emulate native support for NVRAM - Problem 6
I've read that solution like 50 times and thought it didn't apply to me.
Thank you so much!
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