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mPCIe eGPU on Thinkpad X61 - Error 43

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Hi all-

At risk of creating yet another error 43 thread, I have a few questions or issues that I haven't been able to resolve following all the various guides and tutorials.

I have a Quadro K610M in a custom PCB connected to my Thinkpad X61 running Windows 10 x64.

I know that the PCB has some issues, but I've accidentally gotten further than this before and now lost that progress. I've done so far:

 

- DSDT override to achieve Large Memory works, this solved Error 12 (on the other hand, what drive is "v:" where I should put the DSDT.AML? Startup.bat can't ever find it...)

- Setup 1.3 for PCI compaction, I set it to 56.25GB and then said compact both iGPU and eGPU into 32-bits. I've tried various other combinations without success.

- Using driver 362.13, the installation went fine.

 

For the life of me I can't figure out what to do differently, I've reinstalled the driver with DDU several times to the same effect.

Anyone have particular suggestions?

Thanks in advance!

 

Rafael

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