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NVIDIA GeForce RTX error code 43 on Windows 10 version 1607


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I saw this benchmark that you did. https://gpuscore.top/furmark/show.php?id=38606

Could you send me the driver download please?

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I have no plan to release modified NVIDIA driver. If you are using a Turing GeForce graphics card on Windows 10, you can use version 1809 and later for enhanced gaming experience, but it is better to stay away from latest feature update.  

On version 1607, HEVC B-frames is available, and Mesh Shaders for OpenGL and Vulkan are available, too. I guess NGX may work because official driver is available. Anyone can make the modified NVIDIA driver by spending a month learning debugging and using IDA 7.0. But many features are unavailable due to old Windows version, and it is a big problem.

Another problem is modern PC may require version 1709 and later.

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On 6/19/2020 at 2:23 PM, halohalo said:

I have no plan to release modified NVIDIA driver. If you are using a Turing GeForce graphics card on Windows 10, you can use version 1809 and later for enhanced gaming experience, but it is better to stay away from latest feature update.  

On version 1607, HEVC B-frames is available, and Mesh Shaders for OpenGL and Vulkan are available, too. I guess NGX may work because official driver is available. Anyone can make the modified NVIDIA driver by spending a month learning debugging and using IDA 7.0. But many features are unavailable due to old Windows version, and it is a big problem.

Another problem is modern PC may require version 1709 and later.

I would wanna use it for testing purposes. and some test gaming to see if its better or not etc.

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On 6/19/2020 at 5:23 AM, halohalo said:

I have no plan to release modified NVIDIA driver. If you are using a Turing GeForce graphics card on Windows 10, you can use version 1809 and later for enhanced gaming experience, but it is better to stay away from latest feature update.  

On version 1607, HEVC B-frames is available, and Mesh Shaders for OpenGL and Vulkan are available, too. I guess NGX may work because official driver is available. Anyone can make the modified NVIDIA driver by spending a month learning debugging and using IDA 7.0. But many features are unavailable due to old Windows version, and it is a big problem.

Another problem is modern PC may require version 1709 and later.

Hello, is there any chance you could release it? I can donate via paypal to support your development or if you could share details on modifying the inf. I have gotten to the stage (error 43).

EDIT: I have opened the .sys file and searching for 3839 shows many results, not sure which one to replace.

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@halohalo If you can't/won't release the modded drivers, please provide a tutorial on how to modify the correct files. This goes much bigger than running drivers on a somewhat older Windows 10 build. Most notably, installing Windows 7's RTX 30xx drivers into Windows 8.1 is retardedly blocked by Nvidia and will instantly show the same damn error 43 if you force-install them.

No, Nvidia can't be contacted about this.

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40 minutes ago, halohalo said:

I have no plan making a instruction guide for modified NVIDIA driver.

But why? :( I would totally pay you for driver for rtx 30xx series for windows 8.1

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1 hour ago, halohalo said:

I have no plan making a instruction guide for modified NVIDIA driver.

Why though? I don't wanna gang up on you here, and you don't owe us anything really, but it seems really weird to just refuse to do so.

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