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  1. Hey, A while back I've had the same problems with my own setup (while trying to set up a x2 link). IMO, this has something to do with the TOLUD size of your PC and that it doesnt want to accept your card properly. I've posted my solution a while back in the notebookreview forums, Im reposting here now (btw, this method helped me achieve the x2 link with the hwtool EGPU adapter PE4C 2.1, if anyone is interested, since I kinda lazyied it out ) ORIGINAL LINK: http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/diy-egpu-experiences.418851/page-1192#post-10105268
  2. I guess I will throw a few of my thoughts here: I've checked the exact moment when the eGPU stops working, when installing the new drivers and found, that after updating the main driver sys file, the GPU stops responding and gives the error 43. I have logged the error code, which Windows has saved in the event viewer: Fault bucket 0x193_DxgkrnlLiveDump:804_dxgkrnl!DxgCreateLiveDumpWithWdLogs, type 0 Event Name: LiveKernelEvent Response: Not available Cab Id: e3262c67-efa7-4bca-94b0-413a2616c961 Problem signature: P1: 193 P2: 804 P3: ffffffffc000009a P4: 1 P5: 0 P6: 10_0_14393 P7: 0_0 P8: 256_1 P9: P10: Attached files: \\?\C:\windows\LiveKernelReports\WATCHDOG\WATCHDOG-20161222-2337.dmp \\?\C:\Users\Justas\AppData\Local\Temp\WER-1651703-0.sysdata.xml \\?\C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\WER\Temp\WER478E.tmp.WERInternalMetadata.xml \\?\C:\Windows\Temp\WER5E91.tmp.csv \\?\C:\Windows\Temp\WER5EC1.tmp.txt These files may be available here: C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\WER\ReportArchive\Kernel_193_12354c92ffc4695adc470a5b64044c08a8454ca_00000000_cab_29516046 Analysis symbol: Rechecking for solution: 0 Report Id: e5ee621d-c88e-11e6-af17-78dd08a5323d Report Status: 0 Hashed bucket: I have checked the nvidia driver sys file for Hotplug option changes and concluded, that no changes have been made (checked is sort of a loose term, given how limited I was in actually seeing what was in the main sys file). Either way, during the weekend I will try to gradually change all of Nvidias current driver files with the ones, which actually work for most, and see if there is a way to narrow down if there is something else at play here. Did anyone check the registry files? I was kinda thinking, could we save a backup of the whole PC registry while the working drivers are intalled, then use this backup to overwrite the whole registry with the non-working drivers installed? Maybe this way, it could be possible to find out if a registry change has some effect
  3. Cant there be something wrong with windows 10? Under same circumstances, everything works with windows 8.1, but not with windows 10 :/
  4. My BIOS doesnt have this function. Under PCIe it only has interrupts And I am already using driver v. 372.70
  5. eGPU setup: OS1: Windows 10 x64-bit OS2: Windows 8.1 x64-bit Laptop: Lenovo x200 Tablet RAM: 8GB eGPU adapter: PE4C 2.1 GPU: GTX 1060 3GB Zotac GPU driver: 372.70 I have this problem, every time I try to connect the GPU to my laptop I seem to be getting error 43. Prior to that, I had error 12, but solved that by applying a DSDT override. The override was successful, now I have a Large memory space in which I can reallocate my GPU but for some reason, it just never works (keep getting error 43). NOTE, I that in order to test every possibility, I have installed Windows 8.1 on the same laptop and found that after applying a DSDT override, Windows 8.1 properly detects the GPU and there is no error 43 (same with Windows 7 on the same laptop). This lets me believe, that there is something wrong with windows 10, can anyone help me out?
  6. PE4C v 2.1 I would like to do a x2 link eGPU setup with my Lenovo x200, but I can't do that so easily, so I was hoping for some guidance regarding this matter. Maybe someone has already done this successfully? The main problems are these: Firs tof all, if the PM4N is connected to PCIE slot 4, regardless if the eGPU is on or off, the bios the internal screen flashes right after turning on the computers and doesn't show anything since then. I cannot operate anything this way. External monitor also stay‘s black. The only way to avoid this is to hotplug the PM4N into port 3, but it‘s not healthy at all. I go to setup 1.30 and do all the necessary settings, which are: disabling ports, retraining the other ones and setting x2 link width. The x2 link width is set on port 1 and port 3, I've noticed that if I disable port 1, port 3 is gone as well. I chainload to Windows and if the eGPU is still connected I either get stuck at the Windows logo with the BSOD afterwards or startup my operating system successfully, but this way, the eGPU is not detected. I have tried multiple times hotpluging in the eGPU and also plugging in the eGPU sleepmode style – nothing seems to work, I think i saw Tech Inferno Fan saying, that one must take out the WiFi card slot in order for the other x2 link width port to work, but that can't be the case with me, because port 1 is the root port – if a WiFi card is not there, no other port works. Also, whenever I plug in my eGPU into port 3, the WiFicard starts working, otherwise, it stays disabled. I have also tried the non-optimus scipt provided by Tech Inferno Fan it didn't work, I have also tried disabling the WiFi via Windows, but that didn't change a thing. Any ideas? EDIT: *SOLVED* The above mentioned problem has been solved, I am now able to connect the eGPU via x2 link with more than 4GB or RAM (no DSDT or BIOS mod requiered). Also solved the problem with Windows loading screen hanging then BSOD'ing, and a slight different variation of error 43 and POST beep errors upon boot.
  7. Cosim15

    Setup 1.30 Discussion

    I think Optimus is only aviable on nvidia drivers.
  8. Cosim15

    eGPU Window 10 optimus mode problem

    is the Windows 10 optimus problem occur with all setups?
  9. Cosim15

    eGPU experiences [version 2.0]

    As it so happens, I was able to reallocate some space after I turned off uncessecary ports in the bios. Cheers.
  10. Cosim15

    [GUIDE] DSDT override to fix error 12

    Could somebody explain the last part of this post? How exactly can you clear our the bad DSDT entries in the non-active C: drive?
  11. Cosim15

    eGPU experiences [version 2.0]

    Hello, My specs are: Lenovo x200 tablet CPU: L9400 iGPU: 4500HD eGPU: Nvidia 560 Ti Adapter: Pe4C 2.1 (using 1 link at the moment) OS: Win7/Win8.1 I have encountered a problem with the error 12. I am no coder, therefore I found it hard to understand what should I do when following the long and official DSDT override fix, so I followed the solution in this link: http://forum.techinferno.com/diy-e-gpu-projects/3539-guide-dsdt-override-simultaneous-igpu-dgpu-egpu.html#post49833 Because I have 2 operating systems on my laptop, I tried the override on both of them and both of them failed. Although Windows 8.1 was able load its self back somehow, Windows 7 kept popping me up BSOD's everytime I would see the Windows logo. Is there any other solution this this problem? I have followed the steps exactly with no luck. I still don't have the DIY eGPU setup so at the moment I feel like I'm kind of out of options :/ My system detects the eGPU but because of the memory allocation I can't do a thing EDIT/////////////////////////////////////////// As I have a little time at the moment, I will specify what I've done: First of all, I used the DSDT override method mentioned above. Considering, that it failed miserably I used the original method posted here: http://forum.techinferno.com/diy-e-gpu-projects/7476-%5Bguide%5D-dsdt-override-fix-error-12-a.html. This method has also failed (and I have retried it in various ways). I should have also mentioned, that according to my device manager, my TOLUD space is somewhat about 3GB All the errors I have are "Invalid object type for reserved name ^ (_PLD: found Buffer, P ackage required)". I did all of these things with the same dsl file (multiple times of course): I compiled my dsl, and I got 24 errors, 10 warnings and somewhat 12 remarks. I fixed all the errors. Result: 0 errors, 10 warnings, 0 remarks -> BSOD upon Windows logo. I compiled my dsl and used the DSDT editor to automatically fix all errors. Result: 0 errors, 10 warnings -> BSOD upon Windows logo I compiled my dsl using the DSDT editor then compiled it again with iasl command and found out, that the compiled dsl actually contains more than 200 errors after "fixing the errors". I've fixed these errors. Result: 0 errors, 1 warning -> BSOD upon Windows logo. I compiled my dsl and used the DSDT editor in order to apply a patch to automatically fix all the errors. The location of the patch is here: https://github.com/RehabMan/Laptop-DSDT-Patch/blob/master/syntax/fix_PLD.txt. The DSDT editor stated, that the file has 0 errors and even a repeat iasl compile of the same file showed, that it had 0 errors. So, obvious result: 0 errors, 10 warnings -> BSOD upon Windows logo. ALSO WORTH MENTIONING: 1. I've read up some posts in this forum, and found out, that one user with a Lenovo x200 (SLINK) used to have the same problem. He used this: This method doesnt work for me, because for some reason I don't have the same DSDT code layout. Mine looks like this: Name (_PLD, Buffer (0x10) // _PLD: Physical Location of Device { /* 0000 */ 0x81, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, /* 0008 */ 0x59, 0x12, 0x00, 0x00, 0x03, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00 2. My PNP0A08 devices in the DSDT code begin waaay after the PCI0 line (for some reason, the first device after PCI0 is PNP0C02): 3. This is how my DSDT lines look (there is no other Qwordmemory, is it okay?): </code>
  12. bump EDIT: since I too have a Lenovo x200, I would also be interested in this.

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