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Владельцы видеокарт GeForce негодуют, по тому что Nvidia затянула с выпуском драйверов для Mac OS Mojave 10.14.
Если нужно перейти на новую систему и нужен вывод на монитор — есть способ накатить и пропатчить драйвер от High Sierra 10.13.

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0.) Если на хаке, рекомендуется выключить встроенное в процессор видеоядро в биосе.
1.) Нактить поможет утилита для легкой установки/переустановки/патчинга Webdriver All Versions.

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2.) Запускаем утилиту, нажимаем Reinstall Driver, затем выбираем Download Webdriver и выбираем свежую версию. Когда закончит — закрываем утилиту.

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3.) Еще раз запускаем программку и нажимаем Existing Webdriver Patching, предоставляем необходимые права.

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4.) Открываем терминал, если видим выхлоп с «процесс завершен» в конце — значит прошлый шаг завершен.
5.) Открываем ещё терминал и выполняем команды:

6.) Свежайший Cuda драйвер, если нужен для вычислений (таких как майнинг) на энвидике, можно взять отсюда.

7.) Перезагружаемся и балдеем. Аппаратного ускорения не будет, но система становится более юзабельной (вся видеопамять используется).

P.S: Энвидиа! Драва мне запили! Шишка горит новой системой пользоваться! :angry:

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Прикупил AMD RX 480 на 8 гигов. Заработало без всяких драйверов. Теперь Mojave нормально долбит.

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Чтобы снести драйвера Nvidia (комплект состоящий из Cuda и WebDriver), выполняем.

Как удалить Nvidia Cuda (вычислительные драйвера для всяких рендерингов, майнингов и искусственных интеллектов).

Как удалить Nvidia WebDriver.

sudo rm -rf /Library/Extensions/GeForceTeslaWeb.kext
sudo rm -rf /Library/Extensions/GeForceWeb.kext

sudo rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions/GeForce.kext
sudo rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions/GeForceAIRPlugin.bundle
sudo rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions/GeForceAIRPluginWeb.bundle
sudo rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions/GeForceGLDriver.bundle
sudo rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions/GeForceGLDriverWeb.bundle
sudo rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions/GeForceMTLDriver.bundle
sudo rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions/GeForceMTLDriverWeb.bundle
sudo rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions/GeForceTeslaGAWeb.bundle
sudo rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions/GeForceTeslaGLDriverWeb.bundle
sudo rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions/GeForceTeslaVADriverWeb.bundle
sudo rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions/GeForceVADriver.bundle
sudo rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions/GeForceVADriverWeb.bundle

sudo rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions/NVDAGF100Hal.kext
sudo rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions/NVDAGK100Hal.kext
sudo rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions/NVDAResman.kext
sudo rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions/NVDAStartup.kext

После выпиливания обновить кэш кексов и можно перезагружаться.

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NVIDIA Web Drivers Mojave Workaround

It is still uncertain when will NVIDIA release any Web Drivers for macOS Mojave, but we can try a workaround.

A few Important Notes

  • This may not work for everyone.
  • What this will do is force the system to install the High Sierra official NVIDIA Web Drivers and patch them so both the Web Drivers and CUDA drivers recognize your graphics card.
  • This does NOT enable hardware acceleration. Although there have been a few successful reports for older graphic cards, cards like my 1050-ti simply do not work well in Mojave without the Metal acceleration. The only way to resolve that, is to get the official Web Drivers.
  • I honestly don’t recommend this route if you use your computer for video editing. You need the Metal or CUDA acceleration, and so far, any attempt to do that has failed.

Set it on BIOS

  1. Press F12 upon startup and select Enter Setup from the Boot Menu.
  2. Navigate to the Peripherals tab.
  3. At Initial Display Output, select PCIe 1 Slot.
  4. Navigate to the Chipset tab.
  5. At Internal Graphics, set it to Auto or Disabled.
  6. Navigate to the Save & Exit tab.
  7. Select Save & Exit and click Yes.
  8. Reboot and then shut down your computer. Turn off your display too.
  9. Disconnect the HDMI / DisplayPort cable from your mainboard (integrated graphics) and plug it in to your NVIDIA Card now.
  10. Turn your monitor back on. Then turn your computer back on and let it boot to MacOS.

Install the Web Drivers and CUDA

  1. Download the Web Driver Manager app from here.
  2. Run the WebDriver All Versions app and click on Reinstall Driver and then Download Webdriver.
  3. After it’s done, quit the WebDriver All Versions app and open it again. Click on Existing Webdriver Patching. This requires the Terminal, so give access to it when prompted.
  4. Open the Terminal.
  5. Copy and paste this command: sudo chmod -R 755 /Library/Extensions/NVDAStartupWeb.kext and press Enter. Enter your password if necessary.
  6. Then copy and paste this command: sudo chown -R root:wheel /Library/Extensions/NVDAStartupWeb.kext and press Enter.
  7. Then copy and paste this command: sudo touch /System/Library/Extensions/ && sudo kextcache -u / and press Enter.
  8. And the last command to copy and paste: sudo touch /Library/Extensions && sudo kextcache -u / and press Enter.
  9. Restart your computer.
  10. Download and install the latest CUDA drivers from here. You might need to restart again.

On our next tutorial, we see how to enable and install the IGFX Intel HD 630 in macOS Mojave.

All credits go to the Tonymacx86.com community.

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northernmunky

macrumors 6502a

Anyone else waiting extremely patiently for NVIDIA drivers for Mojave?

Anyone have any news because I cant find anything anywhere?

Speedstar

macrumors regular

This has nothing to do with blocking hackintoshing. There are plenty of more effective ways to block hackintoshing.

It seems pretty clear that:

  1. They have no drivers for Mojave.
  2. They need help making Mojave drivers.
  3. They are trying to get help from Apple to make Mojave drivers.

Where in that statement do you see any hint or mention of hackintoshers?

[doublepost=1541001214][/doublepost]https://forums.macrumors.com/thread. ia-pc-non-efi-graphics-cards.1440150/page-191
[doublepost=1541001439][/doublepost]It seems NVIDIA Mac Users get into BIG MESS yeeeeaak!

For me the worst case scenario.

But why does RTX have a efi-boot-menu

There might be hope, may the force be with us .
[doublepost=1541001811][/doublepost]I even pray for WORKING High Sierra 10.13.6>.7
NVIDIA multiGPU
GTX 680+maxwell/pascal webDriver with non broken openCL , metal functions

northernmunky

macrumors 6502a

Well I’m not referring to hackintoshing, for one I have a Thunderbolt 3 eGPU sitting here with a NVIDIA card that I can currently only use in bootcamp.

Not to mention I work for a creative agency with 20 cheesegrater MacPro’s with NVIDIA GPUs in them that I want to upgrade to Mojave. That isn’t going to happen since it is going to kill all their graphics output! We rely on the NVIDIA WebDrivers to keep them running.

stevemr123

macrumors regular

Well I’m not referring to hackintoshing, for one I have a Thunderbolt 3 eGPU sitting here with a NVIDIA card that I can currently only use in bootcamp.

Not to mention I work for a creative agency with 20 cheesegrater MacPro’s with NVIDIA GPUs in them that I want to upgrade to Mojave. That isn’t going to happen since it is going to kill all their graphics output! We rely on the NVIDIA WebDrivers to keep them running.

«Thanks for your patience. We hear your frustration. Unfortunately, NVIDIA currently cannot release a driver unless it is approved by Apple.

Our hardware works on OS 10.13 which supports up to (and including) Pascal.

Apple has published a help topic that includes a list of supported hardware for OS 10.14 Mojave. They suggest directing additional inquiries here.»

flowrider

macrumors 604

Anyone else waiting extremely patiently for NVIDIA drivers for Mojave?

Anyone have any news because I cant find anything anywhere?

The web and this site are blowing up with folks, like me, waiting for the Nvidia Drivers.

Here’s just 1 example:

Speedstar

macrumors regular

Well the same here (Apple wants to f#€k us CUDA users at macs) :

Another announcement
About Mojave Drivers :

Developers using Macs with NVIDIA graphics cards are reporting that after upgrading from 10.13 to 10.14 (Mojave) they are experiencing rendering regressions and slow performance.

Apple fully controls drivers for Mac OS. Unfortunately, NVIDIA currently cannot release a driver unless it is approved by Apple.

Our hardware works on OS 10.13 which supports up to (and including) Pascal.

Apple has published a help topic that includes a list of supported hardware for OS 10.14 Mojave. They suggest directing additional inquiries here.

Sincerely,
The Team at Nvidia

flowrider

macrumors 604

^^^^OK, OK you’ve now posted the same message 5 times in the last 13 minutes. We get it!

Irishman

macrumors 68040

Anyone else waiting extremely patiently for NVIDIA drivers for Mojave?

Anyone have any news because I cant find anything anywhere?

I’m waiting, sure, but patiently? Nahhhh.

SoyCapitanSoyCapitan

Suspended

Well I’m not referring to hackintoshing, for one I have a Thunderbolt 3 eGPU sitting here with a NVIDIA card that I can currently only use in bootcamp.

Not to mention I work for a creative agency with 20 cheesegrater MacPro’s with NVIDIA GPUs in them that I want to upgrade to Mojave. That isn’t going to happen since it is going to kill all their graphics output! We rely on the NVIDIA WebDrivers to keep them running.

Just don’t know why you still have these cheese grater computers with Nvidia cards in them when these GPUs can’t output 10 bit color. If you want your agency to be competitive you’re using the least efffective solution here if your work is color specific.

And if you ever want to get into something like 8K video and compositing you have CPU, memory bandwidth and PCIE bottlenecks in those system that you can’t magically make go away with third party add ons. The motherboard is out of date.

You are better off investing in MBP with Thunderbolt GPU and storage, or wait for the new Mac Pro. Don’t waste any more money on that cheese grater junk. Use it with High Sierra until you are ready to invest.

northernmunky

macrumors 6502a

Just don’t know why you still have these cheese grater computers with Nvidia cards in them when these GPUs can’t output 10 bit color. If you want your agency to be competitive you’re using the least efffective solution here if your work is color specific.

And if you ever want to get into something like 8K video and compositing you have CPU, memory bandwidth and PCIE bottlenecks in those system that you can’t magically make go away with third party add ons. The motherboard is out of date.

You are better off investing in MBP with Thunderbolt GPU and storage, or wait for the new Mac Pro. Don’t waste any more money on that cheese grater junk. Use it with High Sierra until you are ready to invest.

They might be out of date, but they’re still very excellent and very capable (and most importantly — upgradable) machines. And the cards can indeed output 10-bit colour, we’re actually limited by the cheap monitors we’re using that limits us to 8-bit! Besides our clients don’t give a stuff about 10-bit colour anyway and we don’t do HDR work. 4k yes, 8k is way far far off to even think about right now.

MacBook Pro with Thunderbolt GPU isn’t going to cut it either, since both cheese graters and Thunderbolt GPU’s are both limited to 4x PCIe so you’re not gaining or losing anything there, and the MacBook Pro’s max out at 32Gb RAM. Our editing suites all have 64 and 96Gb RAM in them to cope with the work that we do. No one is going to furnish an edit suite with a MacBook.

I’m sorry, but I think you’re wrong on all points.

We do have some Trash Can Macs for the higher demand onlining (and they have to sit in Sonnet chassis to we can use Blackmagic SDI breakout boards), but for offline we’re sticking with cheese graters.

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