Hmm, yeah it doesn't seem to be working now. It was worth a shot. This method worked fine with the previous update.Per my FAQ thread #27:
You are running the risk of Apple changing a binary interface on their side and the old drivers refusing to work (e.g. kernel panic boot loop), which can be nearly impossible to recover from. Given how quickly NVIDIA releases a new driver, I'd strongly encourage people to just wait until someone posts a link to the new driver as an indication that it's available.
That doesn't work either. Not on my cMP 5,1.You can use the 10.12.5 drivers on 10.12.6.
If you already had the webdrivers installed previously. Just open terminal and paste
sudo /usr/libexec/PlistBuddy -c "Set :IOKitPersonalities:NVDAStartup:NVDARequiredOS "$(sw_vers -buildVersion) /System/Library/Extensions/NVDAStartupWeb.kext/Contents/Info.plist
sudo touch /System/Library/Extensions/
you'll enter your password to make the change, restart and you should be good to go.
it just tricks the drivers into loading.
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If you open terminal and type inThat doesn't work either. Not on my cMP 5,1.
That's strange.It's shows 16G29
Yay!OK OK - The Web Driver update is here:
How do you install this if you have a 1060? It says it requires 10.12.6 to install and I thought there's no Apple driver for that card so I wouldn't have any graphics if I updated.OK OK - The Web Driver update is here:
That post doesn't say how to modify the kext.^^^^See Post #130:
But, when going to 10.12.6 I din't use this method. I have an MVC flashed GTX 1080 and Just installed the Combo Updater restarted and then installed the Web Driver and Viola.
No. If you have an unflashed card, you need some kind of EFI card (e.g. GT 120 or an old AMD card) to get a boot screen and to the desktop with the stock drivers, at which point you can install the new NVIDIA web driver. This has been standard practice for the past 6+ years.So you can boot up 10.12.6 with the old driver and it'll still work?