I don't think (not sure) Nvidia drivers have anything to do with sleep and shutdown; usually USB has something to do with it. Do you have FixShutdown enabled in your config.plist?Hey, I was wondering... does a bad web driver can affect proper shutdown?
Up until today, i was using my hack with half the time shutdown working properly and half of the time the hack would
start if I move the mouse or touch the keyboard even though its all disabled in the BIOS, I never actually gave it a second thought and was just happy that my hack worked.
But then after using this method of installing a web driver suddenly my hack shuts down properly and won't wake up if I touch the mouse or the keyboard, could it be related?
was I just blindly installing web drivers just because they were "new and compatible"?
I don't think (not sure) Nvidia drivers have anything to do with sleep and shutdown; usually USB has something to do with it. Do you have FixShutdown enabled in your config.plist?
For everyone who is running a 106 or earlier, are you using the latest version of CUDA (387.128) and patching it (explained on this post under "Polishing + installing CUDA") or are you using an older version? I found that if I use 106 with the latest CUDA, the option to benchmark CUDA in Geekbench isn't available... so I assume CUDA isn't working.
According to the Nvidia website:
Latest: CUDA 387.128 supports 322.214.171.124.25.156
Previous: CUDA 387.99 supports 3126.96.36.199.25.102
Thanks! Apparently it's a bug in the app store version of geekbench. I haven't had a chance to install Adobe CC apps yet.Im running 10.13.2 with Nvidia Web Driver 3188.8.131.52.25.102
CUDA 387.99 would not initialize in Abobe apps.
I updated to 387.128 and everything is fine and fast.