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dani29m
(@dani_tx)
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@Pyro750 Always do fresh install and just to give you a small tip.Not sure what kind your drive is(HDD/SSD) but format/secure erase first  is mandatory you know that, then you go to your bios boot options and find "Boot Manager" and delete that thing,reset you bios to default and then install the new OS.Good Luck man and Happy New Year !!!!!

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 very much for your help and tips. I will clean install windows 10 and see if it helps. I will test with gtx 1050 and also with 960 (both with error 43). My plan is to get nvidia_rebootneeded folder back and follow guide to fix error 43 on gtx 10xx cards first (if folder is missing from registry editor nvidia installer fails to install driver). 

If that won't work i will try to set up gtx 960

I hope I wouldn't run into some problems when reinstalling windows. Honestly I had more than enough problems when setting up eGPU in the past. Firstly with 1050 than with 960. I hope it would work perfectly after windows clean install. 

I will let you know about the progress.

Happy new year!

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Pyro750
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@dani_tx I have one last question before clean installing windows 10. My hdd has only one partition and OS is installed there. Is it ok if i format hdd (my only partition) just before installing new OS? I attached picture below showing, where I want to format it (in my case there will be only one partition).

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And I have activated windows. Will product key be valid also after clean installing the same version (in my case it is enterprise)?

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dani29m
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@Pyro750 first erase/delete all the partitions,then delete the boot manager,reset bios and do the install.Before you start installing see if you can format all that unallocated space just in case,if you can't windows will do it anyway and will create all the necessary partitions again.The point here is to avoid any bugs from the previous install to be transferred to the new one.(After deleting all the partitions do a restart just in case).I f you have already activated your windows and didn't change any major or more the 3 components prior install your activation is intact don't worry,just make sure you are connected to internet.

Correction: Didn't see the "Enterprise" part.Well if you have valid product key you might have to enter it after installation is finished to activate it at least that's what i had to do on my system(i have LTSB which is part of the Enterprise branch) but if i install Win 10 PRO for example it will activate automatically without asking me for product key.Either way you should be fine.

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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(@mintxo_fernandez)
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Im new in all this of eGPUs, so i would like to get some help.

I have read a lot in this posts, and tryed a lot of different solutions, but i cant solve my problems, and at the end, i always get error 12 or 43

I have:

-Acer Aspire 5750G

-Intel core i3-2350M

-Integrated Intel(R) HD Graphics 3000

-Integrated Nvidia Gforce 610M 1GB

-4GB DDR3

-eGPU Nvidia GT730 ddr5 (conected by minipci)

-PCI-E V8.0 EXP GDC

-750W PSU ECOPOWER II TOOQ (P/N: TQEP-750SP)

 

Im now stucked in error 43, but yesterday for example, i had error 12 all the time. Last week, i socred making it work, but just for some hours. After shutting down pc, error 43 and 12 came back, and i have been unable to solve any of them, even if i tryed a lot of solutions in the forum. Is there DIY EGPU still available? If i buy it, is it sure that all these problems will get solved?

Any suggestions to solve manually the errors, that doesnt appears still in the forum? Or any simple ideas at least, im quite new, and everything may help me.

Thanks

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Posted by: Mintxo Fernandez

Im new in all this of eGPUs, so i would like to get some help.

I have read a lot in this posts, and tryed a lot of different solutions, but i cant solve my problems, and at the end, i always get error 12 or 43

I have:

-Acer Aspire 5750G

-Intel core i3-2350M

-Integrated Intel(R) HD Graphics 3000

-Integrated Nvidia Gforce 610M 1GB

-4GB DDR3

-eGPU Nvidia GT730 ddr5 (conected by minipci)

-PCI-E V8.0 EXP GDC

-750W PSU ECOPOWER II TOOQ (P/N: TQEP-750SP)

 

Im now stucked in error 43, but yesterday for example, i had error 12 all the time. Last week, i socred making it work, but just for some hours. After shutting down pc, error 43 and 12 came back, and i have been unable to solve any of them, even if i tryed a lot of solutions in the forum. Is there DIY EGPU still available? If i buy it, is it sure that all these problems will get solved?

Any suggestions to solve manually the errors, that doesnt appears still in the forum? Or any simple ideas at least, im quite new, and everything may help me.

Thanks

I would not bother even thinking about an egpu with such low specs. You could buy a 1080 ti and the driver software would probably get throttled by your CPU to the point it won't even install. Buy a gaming laptop and save yourself the headache. You need a new one anyway looking at those numbers. 

It's just not worth it IMO, no DIY solution like you are thinking of exists. These boxes with cards in may look like it, but there's still software drivers to install, firmware to flash and conflicting hardware and software issues that need to be addressed within the OS for it to function correctly. It's one of the hardest endeavours I've ever encountered lmao and I spent 4k on a laptop and classify myself as a nerd.

 

2017 15" MacBook Pro (RP560) [7th,4C,H] + GTX 1080 Ti @ 32Gbps-TB3 (AKiTiO Node) + Win10 [build link]  

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(@rodrigo_maggiotto)
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Posted by: chhaihy

Find out how...

https://egpu.io/forums/expresscard-mpcie-m-2-adapters/mpcieecngff-m2-resolving-detection-bootup-and-stability-problems/

Hi @chhaihy , I have a same notebook as you (dell 5437), and I want use a EGPU (EXP GDC Beast V8), put I don't know how do it.

I have to enable the hot plug at PCI Express Port #3? And how I do that?

Can you help me?

Thanks

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(@mintxo_fernandez)
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You are trying to say me, that its so hard to configurate it correctly for my low specs , that its not worth to waste so much time? And probably still wont work? Really bad news...

And what about the DIY software? do you think that not even that way its possible to solve the problems?

Just for remember, i scored making all work correctly once, I dont remember exactly how, but it worked correctly for a time... But unafortunatelly, it crashed again next day. 

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nando4
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@mintxo_fernandez , your post was added to this thread as it's opening post answers your error 43 and error 12 query. I'll add that a mPCIe eGPU adapter starts at US$6 and can give a huge boost to graphics capability of a 2nd gen i-core, Gen2-capable, system like yours. There are a good amount of mPCIe Build Guides with content users of such a solution.

eGPU Setup 1.35    •    eGPU Port Bandwidth Reference Table

 
2015 15" Dell Precision 7510 (Q M1000M) [6th,4C,H] + GTX 1080 Ti @32Gbps-M2 (ADT-Link R43SG) + Win10 1803 [build link]  


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Then, in my case, it might be possible to make all the setup working right? If I finally solve the errors?

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