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Is my modded inf correct?

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Hi, Masters,

 

i m trying to let my egpu working through modding the inf file.

My 660ti's device number is this

PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_1183&SUBSYS_2843 1462&REV_A1

and i manged to add a few lines in the nvlti.inf file, cause my laptop is thinkpad...

i m not sure if i should mod this file or others either way it didnt work.

i added line below

[NVIDIA_Devices.NTamd64.10.0...14310]
...
%NVIDIA_DEV.1183.2843.1462% = Section021, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_1183&SUBSYS_28431462
%NVIDIA_DEV.1183.2843.1462% = Section022, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_1183&SUBSYS_28431462
[Strings]
...
NVIDIA_DEV.1183.2843.1462 = "NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 Ti"

for some unknown reason it just didnt work........

Could you guys help me out,

this EXP thing is driving me crazy...

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The driver does not install without modding the .inf?

 

Usually desktop cards have their entries in nvdisp.inf.

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I would guess wrong file.  nvdispi might be possible too. But it might not be the nvcvi inf that we use for most mobile cards right now

 

 

Are you trying to use some riser card or cables on your laptop to run this card or some external solution  ?

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