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  1. Didn't you upgrade some hardware in your laptop meanwhile? Like upgrading the CPU? Adding or upgrading hardware might trigger this error. Try setup 1.x, or try to switch to higher performance laptop PSU, that has bigger amper value. The lack of power is sometimes a reason for this error. Also you may try to boot, with the egpu on, put the machine to sleep, and wake up. Sometimes that helps too, so when you wake the machine up the error 43 disappears.
  2. I have a HP Probook 6570b with Intel HD4000 igpu and 8GB ram. I tried to install an eGPU on it but I ran into error 12. It was on Windows 10. Interestingly when I installed Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit, the eGPU installed without problems, it runs plug and play, no tweaking needed, just need to install the Nvidia drivers and that's it. I didn't know error 12 can be an operating system specific error. So if you face this problem, you might try to switch to another version of Windows to check what happens. It can make your job easier.
  3. I have successfully installed the eGPU with my HP Probook 6570b under windows 10. The card in the adapter is Geforce GTX460. It got about 2200 points at videocardbenchmark.net, the iGPU in the laptop (HD4000) got about 450. Yet, when I am converting video using the eGPU and its CUDA function the rendering speed is only 2x faster than that of the iGPU. Why is this? During game test the fps is 1000% better, but video rendering is not that much faster. Moreover when only the eGPU is present, the speed is 10% worse than when the iGPU is prsent, too, like in Optimus mode. Can this be improved somehow?
  4. Successfully set up an eGPU on my HP620 laptop that has basic integrated graphics. The video card is: EVGA Geforce GTX 460 FPB, it connects through express card to the laptop. But the eGPU is slow. In Sony Vegas, when using only the CPU, 1 minute of video is rendered in 2:00, with the GPU it is 2:40. Strange result from such a card. In Xilisoft converter, the results are the same. Xilisoft sees CUDA, it is active, yet no difference to when CUDA is off. Could speed be improved somehow? I am not sure if it relates to the problem, but GPUID-Z doesn't see the video card, it reports openCL error, however Geeks3D can. Is it possible the drivers have issues, and that reduces the speed? Nvidia control panel is present, external monitor has image on it, so it seems the card is doing the job. Why is it that slow then?
  5. I have a Probook 6570b with i5-3210m cpu on HM76 chipset. According to the compatinility chart, this chipset supports some 45W cpu as well, like i7-3840qm. Is it possible to replace the recent 35W cpu with that one, or that requires different psu on the laptop?
  6. Could someone link a description about how to set the SW1 and 2 switches properly on the PE4C? I found no directions about it neither on the manufacturer's site, nor anywhere else. I absolutely have no clear idea about their functions, just set them randomly.
  7. I have the following eGpu configuration: HP Probook 6570b with Intel HM76 Chipset and Intel HD4000 VGA EVGA Geforce GTX460 FPB PE4C V3.0 adapter Corsair CX500M power supply I get error code 12, even if I put only 4GB ram into the machine. This is laptop is running Windows 10, and I was told under Windows 10 this 32bit addressing memory problem should not cause a problem at all. That why it is so odd. Moreover, I have a HP 620 laptop as well, that is a much less advanced machine, when I connect the eGpu to that, it works. I had to set jumpers to SW1-2 SW2-2 positions, this way, when I load Windows 7 32 bit on that laptop, put it to sleep, after waking up Windows switches to the Geforce GPU and image appears on the outer LCD, but an image also remains on the built in laptop LCD as well, and I can move the cursor from the outer LCD to the built in LCD, but on the built in image you can only see the desktop background, no menus or icons. If I don't put the laptop to sleep, Windows reports error 43. When the jumpers are in 1-1 positions, so when the delays are switched off, there is blank screen on the HP Probook, the outer LCD reports no signal, on the HP620 the HP startup screen appears on the laptop LCD, but the boot process doesn't continue, and no signal on the outer LCD either. I set the jumers just randomly, don't even know what their real purpose is, because I couldn't find any description about it. Is it possible I should adjust them to get the error code 12 to disappear. It seems odd that even with 2GB of ram there is error code 12 on the Probook, I wonder if that error report is real or it is false and limited addressing memory space is not the real problem. Any advice to get this working on the Probook?
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