Resolved GPU GTX120/RX580 Bootcamp


macrumors newbie
Original poster
Sep 20, 2018
Hey guys!

Been reading your post for awhile work on my 2009 Mac Pro.

I have a stable OSX. I wanted to then get windows 10 loaded as well.

I got Win10 to install. However when I go to install the boot camp drivers the Mac Pro crashes at the nvidia drivers.

I went into safe mode and disabled said driver. Still plugged into the GtX120 I go into the desktop.

Thought to myself well I can just install the AMd drivers as I will only use GTX120 for trouble shooting.

The second the installer starts to detect the graphics cards. The system crashes and I go back to the constant boot loop and auto repair.

WTH do I do!


macrumors member
Aug 24, 2017
United States
I've been facing similar issues lately. Similar setup, Mac Pro 2009, GT 120 and GTX 1050. My problem had to do with Windows 10 version 1803 being installed. Install 1709 and configure Windows updates to delay feature updates as long as possible, or disable updates altogether and see if that fixes you


macrumors G5
Apr 3, 2014
Hong Kong


macrumors newbie
Original poster
Sep 20, 2018
In fact, I've already put most of these "popular" links in the sticky thread.

You may go to there have a look first if you have any problem about 4,1 / 5,1.
I swear on everything @h9826790 , and i mean EVERYTHING I read that sticky post a dozen times and never seen that at the bottom there... THANK YOU Just got time to try it out.
[doublepost=1537678146][/doublepost]So I got to the Login screen put in my PIN for Windows and now its a black screen with my mouse on it. I hooked up both cards to different displays to see what was going on Both monitors detect signal but nothing is showing up BUT the mouse
[doublepost=1537678622][/doublepost]Nvm figured it out with a google turn off Fast start! Thanks everyone!
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