[GUIDE] error 12/43 & other detection, bootup, stability & performance issues
 
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Craig Paterson
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Hi,

I'm setting up my eGPU using Nando's software, my system is:

  • Lenovo Z50-70
  • i5-4210U
  • 16Gb Ram
  • eGPU connected by mPCIe
  • eGPU is a GTX 750 ti
  • UEFI windows install
  • Drive is partitioned in GPT

I got an error when running setup-disk-image.exe stating to either change my partitions to MBR or to "Do a USB install, only using setup 1.x to do pre-boot diagnostics and to generate a PCI compaction that may be translateable for UEFI bootloaders (startup.nsh?). You won't be able to configure your eGPU and chainload to your OS using Setup 1.x if you have a UEFI Windows install."

I attempted to change my partitions to MBR via various software but they all spat out errors telling me I was unable to partition to MBR. So this has led to me doing a USB install, which seems to have gone great so far: my dsdt compiled; eGPU shows in device manager under large memory with no visible errors; but in GPU-Z half of the information for the GPU is missing: 

 

egpu

 

and I am unable to use it for anything. At this point I think I would only need to chainload to the OS from Nando's software but using the USB install this doesn't work and I'm a little lost on how to proceed. If anyone could advise it would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

 

Edit 1:

Interestingly a clean installation of the Nvidia driver produced this

egpu clean driver install

 but I still cannot use the eGPU. This also didn't produce an error 43 which I normally have to solve with the error43-fixer

 

Edit 2: Turns out all this was actually because the card wasn't getting enough power, it was powered through the pcie slot which was enough to spin the fans and get a partial read-out in gpu-z but it wasn't getting enough power because the cable I had actually powering the card was faulty. With the faulty cable replaced, the card now runs perfectly.

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To do: Create my signature with system and expected eGPU configuration information to give context to my posts. I have no builds.

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boaksoo
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Hi Everyone!

 

I also try to use eGPU with PCIe Riser and Mini PCIe Cable, but I always have trouble turning on the laptop. after the GPU turns on and after pushing power button. The laptop screen appears like a broken screen and cannot boot up. If the eGPU is removed, the laptop can function again.

20210508-124009

Laptop Specification :

Acer 4752

IGPU : Intel HD3000

RAM : 8 GB

CPU : Core i3-2350M

 

eGPU :

Adapter : PCIe Riser V 008

GPU : GTX 750

 

Is there a solution to this problem? I hope this problem can be resolved.

Thank you.

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To do: Create my signature with system and expected eGPU configuration information to give context to my posts. I have no builds.

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Wilfredo Pacheco jr
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i have a 2080 and i have error code 43 and ive ran the script and it doesnt seem to do anything ive tried everything with no luck. if anyone could help 

To do: Create my signature with system and expected eGPU configuration information to give context to my posts. I have no builds.

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