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NEED HELP! Windows cannot detect my eGPU after disabling the dGPU

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I've tried a lot of times to get my eGPU recognized by my laptop. However, nothing works.


My laptop is the MacBook Pro 2012 mid (non retina) w/ dGPU GT 650M.

I install Windows 10 on my SSD via EFI mode.

And I pretty much following everything from this guide by @LukeHero

After I have three graphics card detected and install the driver, I disable the dGPU and reboot. But after that my laptop cannot detect the eGPU!

I always connect and power on the eGPU before I power on and boot into windows. Is the procedure correct? If it is correct, then what should I do to make my laptop detect the eGPU?

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I will have my eGPU powered on before I turn on my system. Sorry it's such a late reply but did you get it to work? Did you try with Windows 8?

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