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Toshiba Pro L630 Corei5-430m 4gb ram & PE4C 3.0(w/ GTX 960) Not Detected

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Good day guys,

 

I'm still learning about egpu. Is my laptop compatible with pe4c 3.0 with gtx 960?

 

Laptop:

Toshiba Pro L630

Core i5-430m 2.53ghz

4gb ram

no pcie slot

 

vcard use: Zotac GTX 960

PSU use: Generic 600w

egpu: PE4C 3.0 mPCIE

 

Issue:

the egpu fan is spinning and I the led lights are turned on to 2 green lights. I replaced my wifi to egpu. The problem is my laptop not detecting the egpu. Sometimes it turns of my laptop after a few seconds. I tried all the combination of delay switch and the hotplug trick. Please HELP ME... thanks :D

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This is implementation Guide subforum --> ( Successful implementations on PC notebooks )

You should post a thread in provisional guide subforum --> ( These guides are a work in progress )

 

But it's okay. Nando will move this thread, immediately.

 

Did you try set delay :

- SW 1 = position 2

- SW 2 = position 1

That's work on me

 

Good luck.

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On ‎3‎/‎11‎/‎2016 at 3:37 AM, gharimanto said:

This is implementation Guide subforum --> ( Successful implementations on PC notebooks )

You should post a thread in provisional guide subforum --> ( These guides are a work in progress )

 

But it's okay. Nando will move this thread, immediately.

 

Did you try set delay :

- SW 1 = position 2

- SW 2 = position 1

That's work on me

 

Good luck.

 

 

I'm so sorry. my mistake :D

 

anyway, still not working with delay switches. Is there a way that I can force the driver to install? I tried my other laptop and it works to dell inspiron. :(

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Now, I finally installed the driver... I use hotplug trick on wifi and pe4c while in sleep mode. But when ever I restart my laptop, the driver becomes undetected again and I have to reinstall the driver.

 

I'm out of ideas for now :question:

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