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  1. Nvidia Web Divers For MacOsx If you have issue with it feel free to post here. What is Nvidia Web driver? Well web driver contains driver/kext for Nvidia cards.It Retail driver/Kext made by Nvidia.Mostly bug fixes or patches that Nvidia cards have from Vanilla kext that comes with OSX. Installation: It is better to use Mac Pro 3,1-4,1 or 5,1 smbios to install web driver.But other works to. 1. Just Download Web driver.pkg(below) and install. Reboot and Move 3. 2. If you are having issue with installing.Then do this. Download Pacifist Open Web driver.pkg in Pacifist.You can manually extract and install kexts or install using Pacifist.Then move to 3. 3. To enable Web driver use boot flag.( For newest web driver auto add below flags to 'nvram') nvda_drv=1 You can also add this flag to Clover 'config.plist' and Chameleon ' org.chameleon.boot.plist ' if you want to use 'nvram' .Open up a 'Terminal' window and run the following command. sudo nvram boot-args="nvda_drv=1" To disable web driver : nvda_drv= or nv_disable=1 Downloads: Mountain lion: 10.8.4 10.8.5 Mavericks: 10.9.1 10.9.2 10.9.3 10.9.4 10.9.5 Yosemite: 10.10 10.10.1 10.10.2 10.10.2 V2 10.10.2 Latest 10.10.3 10.10.3 (346.01.02f01) 10.10.3 v2 (346.01.02f02) 10.10.3 v3 (346.01.02f03) 10.10.3 v4 (346.01.02f04) latest 10.10.4 (346.01.03b01) 10.10.4 v2 (346.01.03f01) 10.10.4 v3 (346.02.02f02) latest! 10.10.4 v4 (346..02.02f03) new 10.10.5 (346.02.03b01) 10.10.5 v1 (356.02.01f01) new El Capitan: 10.11.0 (346.03.02f01) 10.11.0 (346.03.02f2) new 10.11.1 (346.03.03f02) latest!! 10.11.2 (346.03.04b01) 10.11.2 (346.03.04f01) New!! 10.11.3 (346.03.05f01) New!! 10.11.4 (346.03.06f01) 10.11.4 (346.03.06b01)new!! 10.11.5 (346.03.10b01) 10.11.5 v1 (346.03.10f01) 10.11.5 v2 (346.03.10f02) new!! 10.11.6 (346.03.15b01) Beta Fantomas Post here Credits to netkas and others
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