[GUIDE] error 12/43 & other detection, bootup, stability & performance issues
I boot up my Windows 10 in the way that I always do simply by doing nothing actually, I just power on the laptop and wait for Windows to boot. So, after all these I check the Device Manager but there is no GTX 760 or Microsoft Basic Display or VGA thing there is just my Intel HD Graphics 4000. What am I supposed to do? I have done nothing wrong, I am seeking for your help.
@muhammet_altuntas, Assuming you already tried “5)” then you can do what i did and boot with wifi card in (nic disabled), halt system boot up to boot options, then swap wifi card for egpu and resume boot up. I don’t know how safe is it but is the only way i could make my system recognize the card. I would like to have some advice if i should stop doing this. Also, laptop won’t wake up from sleep if i hot swap as stated in this thread. Hope this works for you too.
I have some problems and I need your advices, I have a TOSHIBA laptop L655 and I tried to connect to ASUS GPU by using EXP GDC (Express to PCI_E) but unfortunalty when I tried to boot the WIndows, it can't boot! and when I disconnect the Express PCI-E cable the windows boot with out any problems
laptop specifications :
TOSHIBA Satelite L655
Processor intel(R) core (TM) i5 CPU m450 @ 2.4 GHz
installed RAM 8GB
system bit 32-bit operation system, X64 - based Processor
windows 8.1 PRO
Graphics card specifications :
ASUS GEFORCE GTX 1050Ti 4GB
and I need your help to answer to the below questions :-
1. can the above GPU work on my laptop without any problems in the future?
2. if the above card is not compatabile with my laptop what are the specfications of GPU which will work on my laptop ?
3. can you give me a laptop model or even a PC specifications which will work with ASUS GEFORCE GTX 1050Ti without any problems?
Thank you in advance
Hello. I have Lenovo v580c (i7 3632QM+ssd 256+ddr2 16+gt740m). I can not install the exp gdc 8.5 mPcie + GTX1050. Bios without whitelist. Video switched to intel graphics 4000. The computer does not boot when the video card is connected. Even if you use half load (F10), windows 7 boot and the card is not detected. How to set up correctly for the video card to work?
P.S. UEFI Bios Version H1ET75WW (1.18)
Lenovo v580c+ i7 3230QM+ 16Gb +SSD+ egpu 8,5c + gtx1050
Hello, I don't know if here is the right place for this topic, more if possible I would like a help.
I have a Dell notebook model l502x, 8GB Ram, I5, SSD 240gb win 10. Well I bought an egpu kit so that it is possible to put an Nvidia gtx950 video card.
I made all the correct connections in the dock, with the source all right. I took the wifi chip from the notebook and put the Egpu mini-pci. The video card I connected to an external monitor. When I turn on the notebook, it turns on, the dock turns on the video card, drives the coolers and the LED but the video is black. Seeing some tutorials on the internet I read about it and saw some step by step.
So I did the following, uninstalled the dedicated video card drive of the notebook, using the DDU software, then put the notebook to sleep and removed the wifi card and put the mini-pci and put the video card, then I noticed that in the windows device manager, a new device has not been found.
I clicked on the device and put the option to update the driver, and so it was done, right after the video drive was identified, GTX950 appeared, but with an exclamation mark.
Again I hibernated the notebook and replaced the pcis slots and restarted the notebook, after restarted I hibernated the notebook again and replaced the pcis, and deactivated any and all devices that might conflict with the gtx950 video card. However, the exclamation mark still remains, accusing an error 12.
Note: The notebook won't turn on if I start it with the mini-pci egpu on, I have to do the hibernation process.
My first doubt is the following: I did something wrong, is there anything I stopped doing to make it work?
Second doubt is I am about to purchase the DIY eGPU Setup 1.35 software from nando to see if I solve this problem, but as my video card is not identified when I turn on the notebook, how will I use the software for configuration?
Sorry for the typos and I'm using the google translator to get answers.
- Bios whitelisting: I have to do the hotswapping inside bios, but it works sometimes now (other times it causes a black screen hang)
- tape in the pin 22 for allow booting from off, but it keeps hanging in the reboot
- initally error 12, which it was resolved with the DSDT override, but now in each boot I get error 43, only deleting and leaving card be installed it solves temporally the situation, but I can't get any video output thru the eGPU
- as is an AMD the eGPU setup works partially (no pci menu and other things) and it's unable to autodetct my eGPU card
Any help is appreciated
I build myself a setup to try an eGPU in my Thinkpad x250:
- ADT-link R43SG M.2
- Dell PSU
-NGFF to Nvme M.2 (to use the PCI-e from the WLAN card)
-USB Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to replace the functionality of the now disconnected Wlan card
- I have a GTX 1050 and a Radeon 470 that I can borrow to test.
But as expected, I ran into a problem as soon as I connected the eGPU. When I start the notebook with the eGPU connected, everything lights up as the manufacturer's guide states, but my ThinkPad gives a two bep-bep error code (Bad motherboard aparently) and doesn't start (the screen just keeps black).
If I connect the eGPU when the notebook is on, it lights up and the fan spins, but isn't recognised (as expected, is an Nvme m.2 connection).
I read a lot about eGPU troubleshooting months ago, when I researched what to buy, and the usual problems I could run into. But now I barely remember what this kind of error could be or how to solve it. If someone could lead me to possible issues, I would be forever tankful.
Besides, as far as my google-fu leads me, I am the only one that has tried something like this in a ThinkPad with this kind of connection.
Trying to make work a ThinkPad x250 with an ADT-Link R43SG
After connect everthing I get a Black Screen on my HP Probook 6560b.
(On a external Monitor there ist a Black Screen too)
The Beast runs on - ATX Power on - and i tried all Delays.. It dont solve the problem of the Black Screen.
After booting in Windows or Nando 1.35 with the Wifi Card and Hot Swap into the Mini PCI-E my eGPU is detected.
After Reboot the System i get a Black Screen again. What can i do to start my laptop with the eGPU Adapter with power ON?