- Dec 19, 2009
You do realize that nv_disable=1 means you're running with software rendering, right? It's expected that this will be very slow, but the whole point is that it'll let you boot the machine and install the latest web drivers. Once you've installed the web drivers for the OS, you can switch from nv_disable=1 to nvda_drv=1 to enable the web drivers and get full acceleration.
As to why it's not working for you, I have no idea. What system are you using? What exact OS version and web driver version?
its a P8P67 Asus main board, 10.10.1 and 10.10.4. Web drivers were new. Asus GTX 750 2 GB GDDR5.
If I boot with nvda_drv=1 then either stuck on apple boot or signal lost. I don't have onboard graphics.