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Bagpipehero

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  1. Thanks for the help. But what happens if it gets turned off? Can I turn it on by using the command again if it doesnt work? It took me forever to get this working as I don't have any tech background so I'm wary to risk it. But I do really want to play this game.
  2. Hi someone perhaps can answer my question. I've been happily running my egpu setup for some months - MBP-TB-15in with Razer Core + GTX 1080. However I want to disable windows test mode, which was required to do the DSDT fix. I want to do this because some games have anti-cheat detection that considers test mode as anti-cheat. I'm wondering if disabling test mode will mess up my setup. I would simply go to CMD and type "Bcdedit.exe -set TESTSIGNING OFF" Anyone know if this will un-override the DSDT?
  3. Hi someone perhaps can answer my question. I've been happily running my egpu setup for some months - MBP-TB-15in with Razer Core + GTX 1080. However I want to disable windows test mode, which was required to do the DSDT fix. I want to do this because some games have anti-cheat detection that considers test mode as anti-cheat. I'm wondering if disabling test mode will mess up my setup. I would simply go to CMD and type "Bcdedit.exe -set TESTSIGNING OFF" Anyone know if this will un-override the DSDT?
  4. It works! It runs the Gtx 1080 with Razer Core perfectly. My only issue now is that Windows is stuck in Test mode - anyone know if this is fixable? Some helping tips that made it work for me: (On a 2016 Macbook Pro 15 inch with 2.7 cpu and 460 AMD GPU) Using this guide: 1. Download Windows Binary Tools and then WDK and install them (from the '"Tools Required"section), it felt like you needed those apart from the pre-package. Windows Binary Tools has many options, I chose the Express version. Once you download and install them make sure you check the WDK folder in your downloads folder and run the installer from there. 2. Use the iasl -g command in step 2, you don't need the acpidump command This is what you need to do to get the process started for the guide: Download the tool pack http://www.mediafire.com/file/y686pbfr8zdvea1/2570P-dsdt-override.rar On the terminal screen (press the command button in keyboard and search 'command prompt'- right click and run as admin) , you have to type "cd [address of the folder the files are on], then press enter to move to that directory and then the commands will start working So for example cd C:\Users\bagpipehero\Desktop\2570P-dsdt-override (cd stands for change directory I believe) Then just type iasl -g and click enter, and then go through the next steps using the command prompt when needed and editing the text document when needed. 3. On the parts of the guide when you have to type in dsdt.dsl, check if your file name is different. Mine was DSDT_MacbBookP.dsl so it worked when I typed that in instead. 4. When it finally works ('Large Memory' appears in device manager as shown in the final step) you will get an error 34, just install latest drivers for your gpu. Windows takes 2.5 minutes to boot up so need to be patient. 5. Once it finally works, go to device manager 'sound, video and game controllers' and disable Cirrus Logic, press ok to restart computer. When it restarts just re-enable it and your sound will work. 6. Bonus fix: If you are having trouble moving and shooting in games, go to mouse settings in windows -> touchpad -> set it to no delay. This freaked me out for a second but works well now! I wish I could teleport and do it for you guys as it is so quick after this stuff finally makes sense!
  5. Hi guys. I need some help. I bought a Razer Core + GTX 1080 to use with my TB 2016 15-inch According to people here I just need to do the DSDT Fix. However I really don't understand how it works! This is what I've done so far: I tried using the simple version with the DSDT Editor: However when I restart I don't get a 'Large Memory' component on my device manager! I've tried multiple times and it doesn't work. When I click 'compile' I get some Syntax errors that I don't understand but they aren't part of the PCI0 slot. Then trying to use the normal version of the fix I have no idea what to do. I downloaded the file pack and edited the .dsl file as directed, but I have no idea what I'm expected to the with the command prompt to make this work. If anyone has any tips that can help me I would love them! I'm desperate to try out the razer core
  6. Question: These workarounds look complicated but doable. However, will stuff keep breaking as new OS's and software updates keep coming out? It seems worth it to go through the trouble to set an eGPU up once, but having to repeatedly do them would be very stressing.
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