- Jul 30, 2016
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
what makes you think its not possible
If you use the Nvidia Web Drivers you need to update themI upgraded to 10.11.6 and am now getting the "Entering Power Save Mode" at the progress bar on startup...then screen goes black! Anyone know what I did wrong?
Thanks, that's what I thought, but when I saw the "May date" I thought perhaps that was an older version and not version OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 (15G31)- this is the version I want to keep on my install USB as I don't want to bother updating their last release with all the issues I've seen - I'll just wait and leap into Sierra at a later date.
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I downloaded El Capitan from App Store two days ago with my Snow Leopard iMac, but the result installing on my first hack, is Version 10.11.6 (15G1010).
And I can't find Nvidia web drivers for it as mentioned below!! I'm afraid to update to any of the security or other updates as I do not want to upgrade to Safari 10 or anything new from Apple. If I could I would install Safari 5.10 with rss feeds!! And the old Mail app, 100 times better with a couple of plugins, than the one I found here on 11.6 or on Yosemite or Sierra!
mroczek8190 said: ↑
Hi, guys. Can you tell how can i install nvidia web driver for el Capitan 10.11.6. I have this message:
Version 10.11.6 (15G1010) is not supported with this package. Please see NVIDIA’s website for further driver information.
i have GTX 950 Evga
Yes I have a GTX 950 Gigabit card and OSX 10.11.6 on Mac Pro 5,1.
You MUST install Nvidia CUDA first which will install a control panel in System Preferences..
Nividia website drivers here http://www.nvidia.com/Download/Find.aspx?lang=en-us
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Note the original driver works with ALL security updates 346.03.15f01. So install that one first.
It is also a good idea to have a original Mac card like a GT120 also installed so you can select Web Driver from Nvidia Menu on Desktop Menu and startup login screen. GT120 in lower SLOT 1 and GTX950 in Slot 2