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February 28, 2019 4:37 pm  

I've Hp pavilion ab 516tx 
core I-5 6200u
940m nvidia gpu
and 16gb  ram
when I connect the ngff m.2 cable to my laptop and boot my laptop .laptop's screen is black and caps lock stars blinking.
I've tried the hot plug in but windows shows watch dog violation error
when I unplug the cable everything works normally

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xJulio17
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March 3, 2019 11:56 pm  

I have a problem. today my laptop does not recognize the GPU well, it is well connected, just today I got this problem, unplug my laptop and change it, connect everything and when it started all load Windows and there it is, when finished to start Windows I did not turn on the screen connected to the GPU, so I rebooted it several times and it's still the same, I tried DDU steps and nothing, but I saw something, when I connect the HDMI to my laptop and turn on the laptop it recognizes the GPU, but if I unplug the HDMI cable I get the warning sign that the GPU can not be ejected or disconnected.

  1. My gpu: GTX 650 To boost.

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March 5, 2019 1:15 pm  

EXP GDC with HP-15 BA010NT Connected to laptop GTX 760. I tried the drivers 417.22, 419.17, 418,91, 381.65, 372.70, 368.81, 353.30. (Clearing with DDU.) But I couldn't fix Code 43 error. My laptop's BIOS is not unlocked. My HDD device is unfortunately GPT. So I can't run the eGPU setup program ...
Any help?

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nando4
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March 6, 2019 1:39 am  
Posted by: Mert Özgelen

EXP GDC with HP-15 BA010NT Connected to laptop GTX 760. I tried the drivers 417.22, 419.17, 418,91, 381.65, 372.70, 368.81, 353.30. (Clearing with DDU.) But I couldn't fix Code 43 error. My laptop's BIOS is not unlocked. My HDD device is unfortunately GPT. So I can't run the eGPU setup program ...
Any help?

Please try https://egpu.io/nvidia-error43-fixer

eGPU Setup 1.35    •    eGPU Port Bandwidth Reference Table    •    Several builds
2018 14" HP Elitebook 840 G5 i5-8350U 16GB 512GB + GTX 1080Ti @ 32Gbps-M2 (ADT R43SG) + Win10


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xJulio17
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March 6, 2019 3:18 am  

Solved.

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Aquintz
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March 8, 2019 9:02 am  

hi, i've been searching around on how to setup lenovo thinkpad x250 with exp gdc (ngff version) but can only find x230 setups and t430's. the gpu i'm using is nvidia nx8800gtx. i'm using this old gpu just to check if it would work with my laptop before i buy a more powerful one.

  •  i've tried updating the bios to the latest version
  • when i turn on the the laptop, sometimes i shows black screen only, sometimes it loads windows but when i check the device manager, the gpu is not listed there
  • already tried to disable the wake on lan, still no progress

my question: will exp gdc work with lenovo x250? if yes,

  • do i need to change my bios?
  • is my gpu too old?
  • what should i do to get rid of the black screen?
  • if the windows loads, how to i get the gpu to show on my device manager

thanks

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eanteple
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March 13, 2019 10:51 pm  

I bought gtx 750 ti, mini PCI express and psu. 
When I build the system , I removal Wi-Fi card and plug egpu and I open my laptop but it doesn't detect any card. 

  • I have tried already these :

1) I changed a lot of times bios settings for example change display , switchable card to integrated card. However, it doesn't detect it. 

2) I plugged Wi-Fi card and I opened laptop and I have taken laptop to sleeping mode and I changed Wi-Fi card to egpu but it doesn't detect again.
3) you can say you have a whitelist but when I remove Wi-Fi card , my laptop opens and works although I plugged egpu or mouse usb. When I plug usb of mouse it works it detects but when I plug egpu it doesn't detect.  Do you think it is still whitelist problem. My laptop is Lenovo b580. 

4) I checked all of the cables. 
5) there is also msata port , should I try to use for egpu ?

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Mosab jawabreh
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March 20, 2019 10:39 am  

System specs

HP 8470p - 14" - 1366x768

  • CPU: Intel Core i5-3320M
  • RAM: (2+8)GB DDR3 1600MHz
  • iGPU: Intel HD4000
  • dGPU: none
  • OS: Windows 7 Pro

eGPU hardware:

  • Sapphire R9 270X 2g GDDR5
  • PCI-E Version Expresscard V8.0 EXP GDC Beast link
  • PSU 410 W

Issue: Device manager not detecting the eGPU or any unknown device.
Details:  Every thing visually seems to work, the GPU card fans are runningm EXP GDC lighting in green.
What I've tried to solve the problem:
Tried some solutions from @nando4 post: [Sticky] [GUIDE] error 12/43 & other detection
The PSU 24 pin is now connected with a wire the connects the green and the black wires means it suppose to be always on but no result.
I also switched EXP GDC the ATX to ON. and the PTD switched aswell.
Note: my PSU seems to have a functon that prevents the PSU from working unless it connected with decent load consumer. I noted this after I tried to run it with out it being connected to eGPU by simply connecting the main source of power to eGPU and connecting the [Green-Black wire] trick. It works for one second and it turns down it self. But when the EXP DDC card is connected it runs with no issue.

I looked through this forum for solutions but any one posting regarding the undetection issue the guys here share the link of  @nando4 and that's all. So if any one can see through the problem and tell me how to at least detect the eGPU?

 

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abelviking
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March 21, 2019 7:09 pm  

Hello @nando4
I'm new to this and wanted to thank you for everything before I post my problems to ask for help. It seems somewhat common:
My setup falls in this category:
2.III -  error 43: running a NVidia dGPU and eGPU

Except that in my case it is for the AMD family, the dGPU M390 is the one throwing error 43 WHEN I install the Bootcamp OLD drivers(2015)

In fact the only way I can get the setup to work so far(dead M390, semi working RX580 eGPU) is by using those drivers because the AMD WHQL drivers do not detect the hardware and simply abort, with or without the eGPU connected. I can force them with the old HAVE DISK approach on Device Manager, but then the problem switched to error 12 on the eGPU.

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Sytem InfoiMAC Late 2015. dGPU AMD M390, OSX 10.12.6, Windows 17134.rs4_release.180410-1804(1803). GYGABYTE AORUS RX580 miniITX eGPU my signature


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March 21, 2019 8:35 pm  

This probably won't work, but it can't hurt to try the error 43 fixer script, even though it's meant for NVidia.

https://egpu.io/forums/expresscard-mpcie-m-2-adapters/script-nvidia-error43-fixer/

i7-4510u, 16GB RAM, EXP GDC Beast w/1050Ti via mPCIe. Will post build guide when I get it working.


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abelviking
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March 22, 2019 6:32 am  

I went through the script, which is pretty well documented. It basically updates the Windows Registry for Nvidia, here:
Finding the Error:
:: Check if adapter has error code 43. If not, exit subroutine
call devset status "%HW_id%" | findstr "code 43" > nul
if errorlevel 1 goto :EOF
set NV_ERR43_FOUND=1

... some flow control....
Patch the error.
echo [%NV_adapter%] %APPLY_FIX%
reg add %NV_dev_key% /v %NV_KEY% /t %NV_KEY_TYPE% /d %NV_KEY_DATA% /f > nul

So the key is devset script...which is nothing but a redirect to either 32 or 64 versions of the devcon depending on the OS. I can't believe some would use it.

:usage
echo.&echo USAGE: devset param1 param2 .. param9 & echo.& echo A wrapper that checks if this is a 32-bit or 64-bit OS and&echo then calls the 32/64-bit devcon binary with parameters specified. devcon.exe internal name is Windows Setup API. I could try and take a look at it in Visual Studio and see what it does, or simply do a regedit search for code43...Allow me to post what I've managed to accomplish so far in my build and start using it as a reference so I don't have to repeat myself on multiple threads. For now, I don't think this is Apple's firmware thinking I have two video cards but the M390 not liking the RX580 video drivers. Somone else has the same iMAC as I do but is using the Nvidia version of the same ePGU enclosure. He says he thinks that because this particular computer doesn't carry an iGPU it isn't possible to have internal display working.

Sytem InfoiMAC Late 2015. dGPU AMD M390, OSX 10.12.6, Windows 17134.rs4_release.180410-1804(1803). GYGABYTE AORUS RX580 miniITX eGPU my signature


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abelviking
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March 22, 2019 7:07 am  
Posted by: nando4
Posted by: Mert Özgelen

EXP GDC with HP-15 BA010NT Connected to laptop GTX 760. I tried the drivers 417.22, 419.17, 418,91, 381.65, 372.70, 368.81, 353.30. (Clearing with DDU.) But I couldn't fix Code 43 error. My laptop's BIOS is not unlocked. My HDD device is unfortunately GPT. So I can't run the eGPU setup program ...
Any help?

Please try https://egpu.io/nvidia-error43-fixer

I went through your code and it all ends in a devcon binary finding the Windows registry entries where code 43 is reported for the NVIDIA drivers key. Is there a way to do the same with AMD? Thanks!
It seems obvious that using regedit will allow anyone to find them but the question is, what should they be replaced with?

Sytem InfoiMAC Late 2015. dGPU AMD M390, OSX 10.12.6, Windows 17134.rs4_release.180410-1804(1803). GYGABYTE AORUS RX580 miniITX eGPU my signature


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abelviking
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March 22, 2019 8:49 pm  

Thanks for pointing that out btw.

Sytem InfoiMAC Late 2015. dGPU AMD M390, OSX 10.12.6, Windows 17134.rs4_release.180410-1804(1803). GYGABYTE AORUS RX580 miniITX eGPU my signature


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abelviking
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March 23, 2019 6:18 pm  
Posted by: Jousboxx

This probably won't work, but it can't hurt to try the error 43 fixer script, even though it's meant for NVidia.

https://egpu.io/forums/expresscard-mpcie-m-2-adapters/script-nvidia-error43-fixer/

It looks like it was a driver conflict. The WIndows Update process will install alternative drivers over the internet for the RX580 gpu as the official AMD drivers for Apple don't recognize the device. This was in conflict with the original dGPU. Once I installed bootcampdrivers.com Adrenaline distro that particular problem went away, the screen is actually turned off and a new problem came in, can't switch video game resolution.
Will try ONE LAST TIME with Windows Update doing everything and see how that goes. Some people shared that in their case disabling the dGPU can get you to use the internal screen but with bootcampdrivers.com drivers it just turns everything off.

Sytem InfoiMAC Late 2015. dGPU AMD M390, OSX 10.12.6, Windows 17134.rs4_release.180410-1804(1803). GYGABYTE AORUS RX580 miniITX eGPU my signature


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hexen
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March 24, 2019 7:55 pm  

Hello everyone. I have a gaming laptop(GTX 950M). And I'm using EXP GDC v8.5 with GTX 1060 3GB. It works good but I have a problem.

First, I could not disable integrated graphics in bios, because there is no option to disable it. Now I'm using eGPU with external monitor without that disable option. I also didn't use eGPU firmware. The problem is while I'm playing any game, suddenly the screen crashes and after 2-3 second, windows restarting itself. This is happening sometimes even on desktop.

Screen crash likes this photo
https://prnt.sc/n2byue

What can cause this issue?
My english is bad. Sorry for it 🙂

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CPU: Intel Core i7 6700HQ
GPU: Nvidia Geforce GTX 950M

eGPU: EVGA Geforce GTX 1060 3GB SC


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