Discussion in 'Graphics' started by tonymacx86, Nov 1, 2017.
You could use this shell script.
To swap out an older Nvidia card (a 640) which uses the native Apple drivers, and replace it with a EVGA GeForce GTX 1050, what would be the best solution? I already have Nvidia Driver Manager installed. I would think 10.13 should boot up with minimal graphics acceleration and then I could install the proper driver with the Driver Manager.
SOLVED: just need to reboot hardware, select web driver option, and select not now. Then shutdown mac. Remove old GPU and leave in the 1050ti, reeboot and now working. Dvi and Hdmi took a while to recognise dual monitor input. Had to boot with no connected wires and then connect when mac was on, displays were then both picked up
Idiot here. I have an issue booting with a gtx1050ti. I have a mac pro 2009 5.1 with high Sierra10.13.1, tried downloading the latest Nvidia cuda and driver software that came out yesterday. But no luck. It keeps booting the original graphics card not the GTX, which admire both installed Not a hackintosh, but fustraiting. Hope ive posted this ok and any assistance welcomed
Anybody seeing inverted colours in 30bit mode? Using SwitchRes X to enable 10bit on my 31MU97 monitor. Running a 1050Ti
The Yellows show as Blue and the Blues as Yellows.
Colours are normal in 24bit mode.
This is a new issue with the latest drivers.
Thank you so much!!!
This script did it!!
Never had a problem so far with my Nvidia 950GTX...but the 10.13.1 did not to wanted to start up!
Then at last I tried your script....Thank you so much!
Hi, I have no problem with my gtx 1080 using Resextreme.
Thank you Vulgo , your script solved my black screen after installation on gtx1080
Anyone Experiencing stutters and lags on chrome, while switching spaces?
I don't have those lags in Safari,Firefox Quantum
Quickly reporting that wake-from-sleep glitches on 1060s are still present, on some hardware including my own. Latest clover/macOS/web drivers. Turning off one display, then turning it back on, seems to work.
Is post #1 still correct? If I go to the nVidia site http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/126538/en-us it says the correct version number for 10.13.1 (17B48) is 3188.8.131.52.20.107.
[Edit: Sorry, link is correct. But it's just that the thread title is not complete ("3184.108.40.206.20").]
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