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TheGiolly

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  1. TheGiolly

    Hacking Nvidia's Drivers!

    I found a faster way when stuck with 43 error. DDU the Nvidia driver let Windows install his driver and reboot; it will install succesfully. Disable your NIC, DDU the Windows driver and install the Nvidia driver.
  2. TheGiolly

    Hacking Nvidia's Drivers!

    I also get that on my laptop with MX150
  3. TheGiolly

    Hacking Nvidia's Drivers!

    416.34 it the one that worked (GitHub inf), but now my card keeps crashing in games and then Windows gets stuck with error 43. And the worst part is that I don't know if this is caused by me playing with the PCB or by the drivers
  4. TheGiolly

    Hacking Nvidia's Drivers!

    Yeah, it's so frustrating! BTW confirmed that with driver modded the LTT way Apex Legends won't run and modded the GitHub way it runs.
  5. TheGiolly

    Hacking Nvidia's Drivers!

    Yes, I checked and it's different and so I adapted the GitHub instructions on how to mod it. The "mini-tutorial" in my previous post is already with updated line numbers. Oh and BTW now with the GitHub modded unsigned 416.34 drivers Apex Legends works I don't know if the problem was the LTT mod or the self signed drivers. Just tested with 417.71 and I get error 43. it's working! Attached you find modded 417.71 nv_dispi and nvaci. nv_dispi.inf nvaci.inf I was playing around with 418.81, then I reinstalled 417.71 and now i get error 43
  6. TheGiolly

    Hacking Nvidia's Drivers!

    Just tested with the latest 418.81 by doing this nv_dispi.inf Delete lines 392, 526, 668, 18563 nvaci.inf Add %NVIDIA_DEV.1C07% = Section066, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_1C07 below lines 507, 793 Add %NVIDIA_DEV.1C07% = Section065, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_1C07 below line 1085 Add NVIDIA_DEV.1C07 = "NVIDIA P106-100" below line 12646 Driver installed successfully but I get error 43 in device manager. So no, unfortunately later driver won't work. I attached my modded 418.81 nv_dispi and nvaci just in case someone wants to try them. nv_dispi.inf nvaci.inf
  7. TheGiolly

    Hacking Nvidia's Drivers!

    Are you using unsigned driver? So are you using Windows in test mode? If so, how where you able to even launch R6 Siege?
  8. TheGiolly

    Hacking Nvidia's Drivers!

    I tried various values using a 100K potentiometer and it didn't matter what value I chose. If I was pulling up it was 1C47 and I was pulling low it was 1C04. That's interesting. Which driver are you using? Modded as the Chinese git or modded as LTT video? This is what I get with self signed driver modded as LTT video.
  9. TheGiolly

    Hacking Nvidia's Drivers!

    I don't think this is right. And the 1070ti is a 8GB card
  10. TheGiolly

    Hacking Nvidia's Drivers!

    Yup, I saw this too but my card is different. I'll post some photos of the PCB tomorrow
  11. TheGiolly

    Hacking Nvidia's Drivers!

    Tested PUBG and R6 Siege and they work but you need first to self sign the modded driver
  12. TheGiolly

    Hacking Nvidia's Drivers!

    Yeah, I could upload a pic of my card but it's a Palit P106-100 so, to compare, I would need a Palit GTX1060 6GB Dual
  13. TheGiolly

    Hacking Nvidia's Drivers!

    Usually some resistors on the pcb that sets the ID. I think I found them on my PCB (they are quite obvious, if they actually are the ones that I'm looking for) but are all 100KΩ and even if I change them from pullup to pulldown (and vice versa) nothing happes except for one resistor that changes the ID from 1C07 to 1C47.
  14. TheGiolly

    Hacking Nvidia's Drivers!

    I spent quite a bit of time today probing around the PCB, desoldering, modding and trying. But sadly I couldn't get the hardware id of the card to change. Just for fun, I also tried the card with the flash chip that contains the BIOS desoldered and Windows still detected it as a 1C07 but with the SUBSYS part blank. That's a real shame because yesterday I wanted to try out Apex Legends and it didn't work because of the modded nv_dispi.ini file (even if the driver is self signed and Windows is not in test mode).
  15. TheGiolly

    Hacking Nvidia's Drivers!

    I don't have done a lot of VBIOS flashing, I'm just a passionate electronic engineering student that likes to play around with electronics and IT stuff Today I experimented with changing values of resistors in a "suspicious" array on my Palit P106-100. Out of 7 of them, 6 of which didn't do nothing, 1 changed the PCI ID from 1C07 (P106-100) to 1C47 (nothing) with no possibilities of chosing intermediate values. I'll play around more with the PCB in the next days and post updates here.
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