[GUIDE] error 12/43 & other detection, bootup, stability & performance issues
@sonagi, Sorry, but nearly all my eGPU troubleshooting has been with Thunderbolt 3 Systems. If I was you, I would start by disabling 'fast-startup' in Windows and also disable all device power-saving options in both Device Manager and Windows 10 Advanced Power Options.
You should also look throughout your BIOS for any device security and or power-saving settings that can be adjusted, and see if anyone has had any success modifying them in an eGPU setup.
Sorry I cannot be of more assistance.
Tried searching for related topics and couldn't find anything. I have an Asus G73JH and bought a GTX 1060 6Gb gpu, Corsair rm750 psu, and an EXP GDC to run mPCIe conne tion to laptop. Everything powers up but if card and exp gdc are on before wibdows 7 boots I get a black screen. If I turn psu and card on after it is not recognized by device manager so I can't set it up.
Any ideas on what I did wrobg would be very welcone at this point. Thank you everyone.
every time i try to start windows using the video card, it crashes after i type the password.
When I use multi screen it loads windows normally, but it crashes when I run heavier files.
What can it be? Problem with eGPU adapter? or my PSU? Remembering that my PSU is always activated with the paperclip
Good evening community so recently my adt link r43sg new setup detects the gtx 1650 super but does not appear in the Nvidia control panel and does not appear in msi afterburner BUUUUUT it gpu fans do spin and i have green lights on the dock.
Additionally it has an error 43 even after using DDU and restarting.
Also my laptop is a lenovo y700 ideapad and has a dedicated gtx 960m that is always appearing as the primary GPU
If anybody has any advice /tips to overcome this issue and make the gtx 1650 super the main gpu and be detected in the NVIDIA control panel
Everything was working fine with my egpu GTX 1070 linked with External Laptop Video Card Dock to my Asus VivoBook pro.
I have already fixed the Nvidia error43 with the fixer and everething was fine.
Today my laptop start to crash with the blue screen on windows (10 64bits)
I have check the event log and i have found this error :
I have checked the device manager and i think it's linked to the Intel 100 series Chipset A112.
Mine worked initially (R43SG + acer aspire 5) and now it doesn't. When I click on the nvidia-error43-fixer script it says "[NVIDIA GeForce GT 1030] is already registry patched but still has error code 43."
Acer aspire 5 i5-8250u with r43sg (with low end gpu)
I currently have a Dell 14 7447 and i am trying to build an egpu set up. I bought a exp gdc ngff 2nd hand, gpu 2nd hand and psu brandnew. I followed and connected the set up to my laptop but the problem is when i power on the laptop with egpu on and atx off i dont see any green light on my exp gdc while it is connected to the 4 pin and 4 holes. i experimented quite a bit but i ended damaging my gpu because i connected the 4 holes to the 6 pin of the psu and suddenly the green light of the exp gdc appears. i tried using a cougar 500w psu btw my psu is 450w assuming my psu was the cause but still i dont see green light in the exp gdc. could it be that my dock is damaged or what is your idea guys? pls help me
Hey guys, having a problem with my eGPU.
My system was previously running flawlessly. After sitting asleep for a day, I turned on my laptop to find the 2080's fans are running on max and the eGPU is not being detected as a device. The lights on the R34SG are on, so that has power, but the LED light on the card itself does not illuminate and the fans are running on max all the time.
I've tried disconnecting and reconnecting every connector, 'hot swapping' the eGPU onto the R34 while the laptop is running, and doing a fresh install of my Nvidia drivers to no avail.
Any advice? My only thought is maybe the PSU has gone bad and is making the card go ballistic. Unsure though.
Any advice is greatly appreciated.