[GUIDE] error 12/43 & other detection, bootup, stability & performance issues
 
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madman1266
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i just wanna ask about for more information about PTD i have a error 43 and its off may i have to on ? and which side 7 or 15 ?

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Pyro750
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Hello everyone!

I decided to buy gtx 960 after having problems with error 43 on gtx 1050, which was unsolvable for me. I recieved 6 pin to 6 pin pcie adapter for gtx 960. After installing newest driver (388.71) device manager shows error 43. I would really like to fix this error and finally get my egpu working.

specs:
-laptop: asus x75vc
-cpu: intel i5 3230m
-eGPU: zotac geforce GTX 960 (2gb gddr5)
-PSU: DELL DA-2
-EXP GDC 8.4d; mPCIE

I have already tried to:
-install 370.72 driver
-set ATX power switch to ON
-set delay to 7s
-disable my dGPU (gt 720m) before installing driver

-disable my dGPU after installing driver

-different combinations of atx power and delay switch positions

I also can not find NVIDIA_REBOOTNEEDED folder in registry editor (it disapeard one month ago, when I updated windows from 1703 to 1709 version) (I think this is not really important here)

Do you have any suggestions what else could I do? Please help me! I would really appreciate it!

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Bassit
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Hi Pyro, did you boot into safe mode and use ddu before installing your drivers?

 

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Pyro750
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Posted by: Bassit

Hi Pyro, did you boot into safe mode and use ddu before installing your drivers?

 

Yes, I did uninstall drivers using DDU. Everything looked completely good, but error 43 appeared. I find it weird, because gtx 9xx cards are reportedly not affected with this issue.

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dani29m
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@Pyro750:

1. See if you can enable hotplug(search the forum here on how to)

2. Make sure you running on GPT (UEFI) partition(another user here reported success after switching from MBR)

3. Change the power supply or at least borrow one and test it(something better,ATX kind)

ASUS A53SV: i7-2860QM, 16GB DDR3 running WINDOWS 10 Enterprise LTSB 2016
SSD: SAMSUNG 850 PRO(256GB)+SAMSUNG 850 EVO(120GB)
eGPU: EVGA GTX 1080 FTW+ PE4C V3.0(mPCIe)+EVGA 650 G3 PSU (internal display ONLY)


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Bassit
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In safe mode?

There are some reports of the gtx 9xx cards getting error 43, i have seen a couple on here.

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Pyro750
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Posted by: Bassit

In safe mode?

There are some reports of the gtx 9xx cards getting error 43, i have seen a couple on here.

Yes, I did it in safe mode.

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Pyro750
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Posted by: dani_tx

@Pyro750:

1. See if you can enable hotplug(search the forum here on how to)

2. Make sure you running on GPT (UEFI) partition(another user here reported success after switching from MBR)

3. Change the power supply or at least borrow one and test it(something better,ATX kind)

I think that enabling hotplug is not an option there. At least for me not. I really do not want to risk and install modded bios. It could brick my laptop and I really do not want that.

I also checked the partition and it is UEFI.

Just a question: Do you maybe know, why nvidia_rebootneeded folder is missing in registry editor?

Anyway thank you for your answer. I appreciate it!

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dani29m
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@Pyro750:

Hotplug: Check THIS post.Much easier way,no need to mess with bios,very well explained,many reported success.

Missing "nvidia_rebootneeded": Most likely related to Windows Creators Update,or your OS is messed up(i'd say do a fresh install),or you just not installing the driver properly.

Power Supply: many here were ignorant like you are and then it was like "oh...it was the power supply,changing it made things better" .......!!!!!!!!!!!!!

ASUS A53SV: i7-2860QM, 16GB DDR3 running WINDOWS 10 Enterprise LTSB 2016
SSD: SAMSUNG 850 PRO(256GB)+SAMSUNG 850 EVO(120GB)
eGPU: EVGA GTX 1080 FTW+ PE4C V3.0(mPCIe)+EVGA 650 G3 PSU (internal display ONLY)


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Pyro750
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@dani_tx:

Thank you for your answer!

I am going to try reinstalling windows first. Do I have to do clean install ( with usb drive/dvd) or it is OK if I just reset windows and delete everything?

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