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Hi i have an msi ge 60 2pc and i am trying to install egpu exp v8 the gtx 1060 zotac 3gb, but i have the error 43 . 

haw i can resolve this ? , with the 650ti no problem  , plz need help

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I'm running the 6GB version of the same card and had a similar issue with error 43.

I rolled back to Nvidia Desktop drivers - 368.81-desktop-win10-64bit-international-whql

 

My setup is working perfectly now.

 

Just make sure that you completely remove the old drivers and when you install the 368.81 - choose the advanced option and choose the new install to overwrite previous driver profiles.

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