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Hi All,
Well, I followed this tutorial:

I successfully installed the NVIDIA drivers and the driver is set to 'NVIDIA Web Driver' in the NVIDIA Driver Manager.
The problem is that the system info has 5mb of memory. I have the WhateverGreen.kext and Lilu.kext in the '\EFI\CLOVER\kext\Other' folder.
I attached my config.plist, should be okay because I checked it by 100 times I guess ;)

Am I missing something here?
(ASUS Z170 - GTX 1070)
 

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By kexts I meant the nvidia ones. (Installed but not loading)
If you're on Z170 you should have native NVRAM so get rid of EmuVariableUEFI-64.efi, and delete the RC scripts (search on tonymac for that) reboot and test nvram (search tonymac for that too). Update Lilu and whatevergreen and delete intelgraphicsfixup.kext. Not sure what ethernet you have but I doubt you need all 3 of those ethernet kexts, and you don't neex any of the XHCI- kexts, just usbinjectall (and only temporarily until you create a proper usbports.kext

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