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ieaglei
21 hours ago, mobilenvidia said:

I take it the 8800M is not a Eurocom/Clevo original, there is no original driver for it with your laptop and GPU (you now have) ?
Here is part of the problem, I assume the laptop has been upgraded with 880M
NV may have disabled MxM - Maximus switching maybe by OEM pressure that upgrades were happening outside their control
Warranty issues may have been a factor, as you break you laptop with a 880M in and just put the original GPU back in and send it back for repairs

All speculation, but it looks like NV has changed the rules at 381series
Without an affected machine, little I can do

I started this website with my Geforce 2go, and no updated drivers, spent countless hours working out how INFs work
You may need to experiment with your machine
Or go back to original GPU (if its been upgraded) and theoretically the NV released OEM mobile drivers should work without modded INF

My laptop is pre-owned. According to the former owner you take it absolutely right and, unfortunately, I have no this original GPU. I wonder if there any option to make 880m unique in the system locking the integrated GPU.

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StefanG3D
34 minutes ago, ieaglei said:

I wonder if there any option to make 880m unique in the system locking the integrated GPU. 

You can disable iGPU in device manager (but don't uninstall) and see what happens.

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mobilenvidia

any igpu settings in BIOS ?

Have you tried this additional to above ?:

nv_power.JPG

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mobilenvidia

Device manager
Display Adapter
then disable Intel HD Graphics 

In task manager under 'Performance' you should now only see the GTX 880M under GPU

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ieaglei
9 hours ago, mobilenvidia said:

Device manager
Display Adapter
then disable Intel HD Graphics 

In task manager under 'Performance' you should now only see the GTX 880M under GPU

After iGPU disabling only display resolution changes. According to TM, there is only 880m function. It's all the same, iGPU cooler starts working in games as usual. Changing Powerful management mode also hasnt work out for good.

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mobilenvidia

iGPU is built into the CPU so in a game the CPU will heatup and fan(s) will spin up even with iGPU disabled
What happens when have the performance page up in Task Manager
Run the game for a few minutes, the GPU graph for 880m should have some results if it was used
Possibly even better grab GPUz and have the "sensors' page open while playing for a few minutes

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ieaglei
30 minutes ago, mobilenvidia said:

iGPU is built into the CPU so in a game the CPU will heatup and fan(s) will spin up even with iGPU disabled
What happens when have the performance page up in Task Manager
Run the game for a few minutes, the GPU graph for 880m should have some results if it was used
Possibly even better grab GPUz and have the "sensors' page open while playing for a few minutes

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mobilenvidia

Yikes your CPU is running at 86deg, thats hot, I assume what ever you tested is running via the CPU

I'm at a loss why your 880M is not being used, pretty well all tricks under the sun have been tried
If you can find a MxM card that came from a Clevo based laptop maybe try that

Can only assume NV has removed code to switch the Maximus with MxM CPU's where the PCI_ID doesn't match what the OEM would have had if they released it

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ieaglei

Actually earlier I planed to purchase 1060, but now I so hesitate about changing my old GPU with new one as it is not cheap at all and would cause many problem as the current one does. I would rather buy asus or kinda like that...

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mobilenvidia
21 minutes ago, ieaglei said:

Actually earlier I planed to purchase 1060, but now I so hesitate about changing my old GPU with new one as it is not cheap at all and would cause many problem as the current one does. I would rather buy asus or kinda like that...

From Notebook Review

-p157sm-a with Gtx880m, Does your GPU look the same as the one in video ?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Xj8xEzL1x0

-p157sm-a with Eurocom Gtx1070

-p157sm-a with MSI Gtx1070 http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/clevo-p157sm-a-880m-to-msi-1070-upgrade.821153/

-p177sm-a with Gtx980m http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/just-upgraded-p177sm-a-from-gtx-970m-to-980m.765051/

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mobilenvidia

Another thing what is the 880M SUBSYS number (from Device manager)
Should be able to possibly track down where it came from

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ieaglei

I guess this is Ids info of my dGPU:

PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_1198&SUBSYS_51061558&REV_A1


Device name: GK104M [GeForce GTX 880M]

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ieaglei
2 hours ago, StefanG3D said:

Are these drivers exactly for my 880m? I tried one but for some reason installation fails

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StefanG3D
2 hours ago, ieaglei said:

Are these drivers exactly for my 880m? I tried one but for some reason installation fails 

Yes,  normally they should install without modding.

Here is a brand-new guide from NVIDIA: Solving NVIDIA Installer Issues

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mobilenvidia
2 hours ago, ieaglei said:

Are these drivers exactly for my 880m? I tried one but for some reason installation fails

If you searched that entire PCI_ID SUBSYS number then it should be for you setup
Install via Device Manager and see what the error is, Setup says nothing, unless you go into the log

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ieaglei

You mean the log via Event Viewer?

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Saron
6 hours ago, ieaglei said:

You mean the log via Event Viewer?

425.31 WHQL driver appears to be the last driver for your supported product...

Check it out right here :

https://www.nvidia.com/Download/driverResults.aspx/145874/en-us

what is the version of Win 10 you are using actualy ?

What about your iGP driver ?

Is it a recent driver ?

Is your processor as an Haswell i7 core ?

You may try to install them by manual method directly by your device manager if installer fails again.

Good luck

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mobilenvidia
On 6/10/2019 at 9:52 AM, ieaglei said:

You mean the log via Event Viewer?

have you tried running MSI Afterburner in the background ?

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ieaglei
On 6/11/2019 at 10:15 PM, mobilenvidia said:

have you tried running MSI Afterburner in the background ?

You mean before launching GPU-z? and should I send these logs to you or Nvidia support?

Sorry that you had to wait, I was at work

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mobilenvidia

Log should say why the install failed

Best start GPUz and MSI AB before app

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ieaglei

I forgot to tell that the driver installation fails at the very beginning while system checking...that's why there is no log files in INF folder but some files in Nvidialogging appeared

 

NvidiaLogging.rar

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ieaglei
On 6/10/2019 at 7:06 AM, Saron said:

425.31 WHQL driver appears to be the last driver for your supported product...

Check it out right here :

https://www.nvidia.com/Download/driverResults.aspx/145874/en-us

what is the version of Win 10 you are using actualy ?

What about your iGP driver ?

Is it a recent driver ?

Is your processor as an Haswell i7 core ? 

You may try to install them by manual method directly by your device manager if installer fails again.

Good luck 

 info from AIDA64

Microsoft Windows 10 Home Single Language

 iGPU: Intel HD Graphics 4600 Haswell-MB GT2 - Integrated Graphics Controller

Im afraid Ive complitely forgotten about iGPU driver updating. Does it matter at all?

CPU: Mobile QuadCore Intel Core i7-4800MQ, 3500 MHz (35 x 100)  Haswell-MB

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zipper

It might matter - but must say I never had problems with an old Intel driver on my HD 4000 against new Nvidia drivers on my now blown 680M. Worth trying, maybe Optimus is spoiled with a mismatch.

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