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Uhlhorn

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  1. How can I remove the eGPU installation? Update: I found it: I have to run the script with the option: -deinstall Update 2: Uninstall is not working. I get the message "Backup folder not found for OS X build [16F73]. Your system must be reconfigured. Click OK to execute automate-eGPU."
  2. Yes, okay. I will do so. :-) But this is definitely a communication failure of Nvidia! ;-)
  3. I talked to Nvidia’s support already. ;-) They wrote: But they did provide drivers until 10.12.1. Now they don’t. So, that means, they stopped providing drivers for the Mac.
  4. You can stop buying Nvidia GPU’s, because Nvidia has stopped providing web drivers for eGPU’s for Mac’s. :-(
  5. After the update from today macOS Sierra 10.12.2 (16C67) the script does not find a driver again. (This is Nvidia’s fault.) So I installed the driver like in the previous post, but after this my Mac was not able to run with it. The screen was grey (without colors) and was not working correctly. Now I deinstalled the driver and can not use the eGPU for rendering. :-(
  6. This was working for me (with a GTX 980Ti): sudo ./automate-eGPU.sh -url http://us.download.nvidia.com/Mac/Quadro_Certified/367.15.10.15f03/WebDriver-367.15.10.15f03.pkg Thank You!!! :-)
  7. Is the URL something like this? http://us.download.nvidia.com/Mac/Quadro_Certified/367.15.10.15f03/WebDriver-367.15.10.15f03.pkg
  8. Thank You. And where can I find the correct URL?
  9. Can You give me an example please? And thank You for Your explanations.
  10. Please, can You give me a link where I can validate this? If You write an installer, you do not need Apples permission to do this, except you will provide it via Mac App Store. @w4vz: Final Cut is using OpenCL I think and not CUDA.
  11. This is not completely correct. If you are using the eGPU for 3D rendering only, you do not need a external display. ;-)
  12. I asked Nvidia to make an installer for eGPUs. And they answered: „We will definitely take this as a feedback and pass it on to the concerned team.“
  13. I've heard goalque is not longer writing on this forum. But I do not know why.
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