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NVIDIA 1060 Webdrivers make system unable to login

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I know it sounds strange.

I have the following build:

GIGABYTE Z370 Aorus Ultra Gaming Motherboard
WD Black 1TB NVMe PCIe Gen3 M.2 2280 SSD WDS100T2X0C
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 WINDFORCE OC 6G (GV-N1060WF2OC-6GD)
Intel BX80684I78700 8th Gen Core i7-8700 Processor

Apple High Serria 10.13.6

I've been able to get the OS installed and boots. I've followed the instructions on this site and used Unibeast and Multibeast.

I've downloaded the NVIDIA drivers for 10.13.6 and install them, no errors.

I then used Multibeast to enable the NVIDIA web Driver option.

When it boots I get the login screen with a photo in the background, however, if I click on a user to login the mouse disappears, soon the screen goes black, then it reappears but not logged in. Clicking on a user repeats what just happened

I get back into the system by disabling the NVIDIA Load WebDrivers in the Clover boot.

Any help would be appreciated.

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Maybe deleting user monitor preferences will help.
Code:
sudo rm -f /Users/*/Library/Preferences/ByHost/com.apple.windowserver*
 
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It maybe that it's not a login issue as if I click on anything on the window, like reset or reboot, it does the same thing.
 
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Why are you using a laptop system definition on a desktop, you can use any supported desktop system definition. Using a laptop definition is the wrong choice.

By the way the number one cause for non-functional native nvram on modern UEFI hardware + recent Clover distros IS installing the emulated NVRAM package, but that shouldn't cause your problem. The laptop sysdef might.
 

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You need to wait for the official web drivers to be released from Nvidia.
Patched web drivers won't work on Mojave.
Your card is listed correctly but there is no acceleration.

Oh! I see. Yes it’s listed correctly and I don’t have laggy screen. I might run the benchmark but I guess you are right. At least we can login with this solution. Will wait for the drivers.
 
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Could anyone add second monitor in Mojave with GTX 1060? I tried both from HDMI - DVI or the 2 DVI but it couldn't see the 2nd monitor
 
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