[GUIDE] error 12/43 & other detection, bootup, stability & performance issues
I have a DIY eGPU (GTX 1050 + riser 006c + DIY EC adapter) setup, the problem is that it's not being detected on my HP Pavilion DV7-3160es notebook.
I tried turning the PSU on after halting windows from starting (pressing F8 before it starts), and the same except turning it on after the 4 dots emerged (w/o pressing F8). Even turning it on then turning my laptop on with no avail...
HP Pavilion DV7-3160es
i5-430m with a weak iGPU
Geforce G105M dGPU
6GB of DDR3-1016mhz RAM
Any help? I can provide way more infos if necessary.
HP Pavilion DV7-3160es i5-430m 6GB RAM G105M dGPU.
Planned GTX1050 for an eGPU.
Hello I have a Lenovo IdeaPad S400U laptop The settings are currently Processor: Intel Core I5-3317U RAM Memory: 8GB SSD: 240 + 32GB I recently bought a GTX 750 TI (Gigabyte GV-N75TD5-2GI) And a Geekworm Egpu 8.5 model I installed everything correctly and I get an error 43. I purchased Nando DIY eGPU 1.35 software, and followed the footsteps of this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FTnnfaPCqxw
I also researched other forums and videos and so far couldn't solve the problem. Can anyone help me with this problem?
I also checked this error using this Link I was not successful either :(
Sorry my English, I'm Brazilian and I'm writing here with the help of Google Translate to communicate with you.
Core i7 M620
Nvidia Quadro fx 880M
Using 220V ATX PSU + PCE164P-N03 + 2 Port USB 3.0 Express Card ExpressCard 34mm + USB 3.0 A male to A male Cable
GPU - Nvidia GT730 2GB
Problem 1 - Upon inserting Expresscard into the slot. The laptop simply doesn't boot up. It gets stuck on splash screen with no way to jump into bios.
Problem 2 - If expresscard inserted after booting up simply doesn't lets my GPU being detected in windows for obvious reasons
What I have done so far :
Changed Bios settings :
Disabled PCI power management
Disabled PCI express power management.
So far its a disappointing failure with no solution to be found.
Any help would be greatly appreciated
Greetings!I have a dell ispiron 3442 and i'm trying to put a GTX1660 on to it... Here's the thing, i made all the cables right and all but the pc when i turn it on with the graphics card it makes 6 loud beebs and does not recognise the egpu. Help please:'(
I have an exp gdc beast mcpie with 1060 3gb. Also, my laptop is lenovo z580 with i5 + gt 630m + 4gb ram. By default, my laptop doesnt boot with the exp gdc . So i halt boot WITHOUT wifi card, then boot re plug the egpu and boot. Still i'm not able to get it to show up in device manager. What could be the issue? does lenovo disable the mcpie slot if it detects nothing is plugged into it at boot?
I haven't found any solution as of now. Is it because of the 630m that i haven't disabled? Also, there is no option to disable wake on lan / pxe on lan in my bios?
Any help is appreciated.
Greetings, I have a Inspiron 3442 and i buyed a brand new GTX 1660 and with that the damn 7 dollar mPCI ( R$124.00)- I made all the cables right n stuff but when i turn on the Notebook it makes 6 BEEPS and turn off the Egpu... i was about to give up ( after three days of failures ) i saw a user here, he managed out to make it work. two years ago but, you know. I run out of money and i'll make everyting thats possible to make it work. Help please. ?width=169&height=301 ?width=169&height=301
Yesterday I purchased a RX 590 Nitro+ and a Corsair CX 450M
I have the GDC Beast 8.4d EXP adapter and when turning on the notebook with the external power supply turned on (for gpu to start with the laptop) the screen of both the notebook and my external monitor only black screen.
I already changed in the eGPU adapter so the card start with the boot delay, did not work. There is also an option mentioning "ATX" in the eGPU adapter, I also changed it to ON, and also got no video.
I am seeing if I suddenly find an "unlocked" bios for my notebook. My laptop bios is "AMIBIOS Version 17HX.M045.20121127.SSH"
I really apologize if a topic with the same subject has already been created and properly answered, but I have been looking for information and to no avail so far. If anyone can help, it would be greatly appreciated.
I'm new to eGPU's science and I got a problem.
When I plug in exp gdc 8.5c I got a black screen (both on internal and external display)
Here are my specs :
-HP probook 6460b (Single stick 8gb ram, i5 2520m)
-exp gdc beast 8.5c powered ATX power supply (Corsair CX500) connected by mPcie
What I've tried :
Different GPU : Nvidia 9800GT, GTX 760 and a low profile AMD cardsame thing.
-Plug in HDMI cable to the eGPU adapter after paused windows bootup with f8/f12 : Nothing into device manager
-Plug in HDMI cable to the eGPU adapter after hibernating windows : Black screen, no boot up
-Set Power to ATX and set delay to 7s : Same thing, black screen
Does anyone have an idea ?
Good evening, I have a Lenovo ThinkPad x230. Intel i5-3230M. Latest BIOS update 2.77. With exp gdc 8.5v in express card and an Asus gtx 1050ti cerbersus. My graphics card is not recognized at all. How can I do? The fans are idling
Greetings, i'm trying to make a "Egpu" on a Dell Inspiron 3442-I5-4210U and i'm using a Egpu Beast 8.5 Mpci express with GTX 1660 6BG( Not TI ) Every time i boot the laptop it makes loud 6 BEEPS and turn of the Graphics card. i believe that it is whitelist,and if it is i have no idea how to make it , can you guys help me out?