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How to mod and sign NVIDIA drivers with TPU NVCleanstall


StefanG3D

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Hey I'm wondering what's the latest modded driver to use for a GTX 680M? I showed my friend this tool so he could easily mod the driver himself but he said he always just ends up with a blackscreen after installing a modded one. I thought he could just grab the latest one that still has kepler support and go for it. (GK104) I told him to maybe try booting into test signing mode.

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I suppose it's 471.96, latest for Kepler.

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46 minutes ago, zipper said:

I suppose it's 471.96, latest for Kepler.

Tried that, but same black screen issue, windows boots but no display.

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38 minutes ago, Sildur said:

Tried that, but same black screen issue, windows boots but no display.

Unpack the last official driver 425.31

Then in NVCleanstall select "show expert tweaks" and tick "disable driver telemetry".

This will trigger rebuilding signature

Check if this causes the black screen

 

Otherwise upload a DXDiag.txt created by dxdiag.exe so we exactly know the actual system that is affected.

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On 9/12/2021 at 8:44 PM, StefanG3D said:

Unpack the last official driver 425.31

Then in NVCleanstall select "show expert tweaks" and tick "disable driver telemetry".

This will trigger rebuilding signature

Check if this causes the black screen

 

Otherwise upload a DXDiag.txt created by dxdiag.exe so we exactly know the actual system that is affected.

I see, fowared it to him, time to wait and see how it does.

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