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Help: Quadro P4000 in Clevo Laptop Driver install fail

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 I installed an NVIDIA Quadro P4000 Max-Q in a Clevo P750DM-G.

 

Device manager hardware ID shows:

PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_1BB7&SUBSYS_75021558&REV_A1

 

I have done the standard inf file mod, then disabled driver enforcement as I have done successfully in the past, but it's not working this time. The install starts, then fails less than half way through. I have tried the DCH version, standard version, and studio versions and none of them will work. I am probably missing something. Could it be the result of the vBIOS?

 

Below are screenshots starting with GPUz

 

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nvidia2.jpg

 

 

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With a little help I got this to work. I can verify that the quadro P4000 works quite well in a Clevo P750DM-G and it is faster than the GTX1060. It handles 3D programs noticeably better in real-world use.

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