MBP2014: eGPU works, Internal GPU / dGPU GT750M doesnt, sleep problem
Then i upgrade to Mojave. Since Apple banished NVIDIA i couldnt use my eGPU on macOS anymore. (Still working fine on my bootcamp Win10).
Which kinda worked... i was able to start my mac and my external monitor hooked to the RX580 showed me my desktop. The "about this mac" confirmed, the RX580 is running. One weird thing was that the MacBookPro didnt go to sleep but that wasnt my biggest concern. My Internal GPU / dGPU the GT750M isnt working anymore. If shut my MacBookPro down and unplug and restart only the Intel Iris Pro 1536 MB is running.
This was no option for me!
Now the GT750M still isnt showing in the "about this mac". If i start Photoshop2020 it only runs on my the Intel Iris Pro.
How do I reaktivate the GT750M?
Is there a way to use the eGPU and still keep my GT750M running?
@agentsmith, already mentioned - please read before using scripts: https://github.com/mayankk2308/purge-nvda#known-issues
If you want to avoid using purge-nvda, connect display directly to Mac (no display on eGPU). Read master thread for this Mac (in my signature).
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Author: kryptonite ✧ purge-wrangler ✧ tbt-flash ✧ purge-nvda ✧ set-eGPU
Insights Into macOS Video Editing Performance
Launching Apps on Specific (e)GPUs on macOS
2014 15-inch MacBook Pro 750M
2018 15-inch MacBook Pro
Thanks for your advice - i read the content in advance.
The problem is, uninstalling to revert all changes (
--uninstall ) isnt working.
System ready. Reboot to apply changes.
No patches detected.
System already clean.
Still not dGPU.
Executing it in Save mode (cmd + s) isnt working either.