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Originally Posted by ShadyGhost2012 View Post

I just tried your second suggestion(post)
Same result...after 1.055ff Patch then I restart....BSOD
Before I restarted I noticed 2 things

1. PhysX SS 9.11.0621 is already installed in Forceware 285.xx but you said to install both anyways...this is what I noticed in uninstall programs:
http://picpaste.com/pics/17-7b7hLTcH.1329264439.JPG
(see two diff PhysX)

2. Before I restarted after installing 1.055ff Patch I tried going into nvidia's display settings and this happened:
http://picpaste.com/20-G0VIAOcG.JPG

Please help....Thank you.


Uninstall everything, Catalyst, Nvidia drivers (graphics, HDMI, PhysX SS and NV Control Panel).

 

With both cards in the system (6850 as primary adapter - First PCIe slot - BIOS should be set to first initianlized 6850), install Catalyst. Restart PC whenever prompted to do so.

 

Go to Device manager under Display Adapters, do you see any error message etc?

 

This is your homework and the error has nothing to do with drivers.

 

1. Check that 8800GT is working.

2. Check that the PCIe slots are working.

3. See if you have to set in BIOS the PCIe lanes to x8/x8.

4. Make sure you don't overload the PSU rails.

 

If the BIOS can not detect or assign PCIe lanes to both cards, nothing you can do within Windows.

 

Have funs and do your homework.

 

 


 

 

 

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post #42 of 46
I did do all of this:
Uninstall everything, Catalyst, Nvidia drivers (graphics, HDMI, PhysX SS and NV Control Panel).

With both cards in the system (6850 as primary adapter - First PCIe slot -===except this part in equal sings--==BIOS should be set to first initianlized 6850)===---, install Catalyst. Restart PC whenever prompted to do so.

Go to Device manager under Display Adapters, do you see any error message etc?
I only see an error on nvidia: ......here are pictures of all the steps I did...like I said I am very serious about doing this and have tried a many way:
http://postimage.org/gallery/6pf1g3q/

homework:
1. Check that 8800GT is working.
Checked works just fine thank you.
2. Check that the PCIe slots are working.
Checked works just fine thank you.
3. See if you have to set in BIOS the PCIe lanes to x8/x8.
I have no clue how to do this__will update.
4. Make sure you don't overload the PSU rails.
I have no clue about PSU rails....tell me more ??

What I haven't done:
BIOS should be set to first initianlized 6850
See if you have to set in BIOS the PCIe lanes to x8/x8.
post #43 of 46

Looks like you have to go in motherboard BIOS to set the PCIe lanes @x8 for 6850 and @x8 for 8800GT.

 

How did connect 6-pin & 8-pin from PSU to 8800GT? Your PSU has only 2x PCIe 6+2-Pin. Where are the other 2x PCIe 6-pin & 8-pin coming from?

 

You have to be very specifics the steps you have done and followed by what. Otherwise I will be guessing here.

 

Or you could try to click on "detect" see what happens. Open GPU-Z and what do you see in 6800 and 8800GT? You have to find out why 8800GT was disabled by Windows. PCIe lanes or PSU?

 

Edit:

 

Found another 8800GT with similar issue post #7

 

 

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Edited by Ken1649 - 2/15/12 at 11:05pm
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post #44 of 46
These are the steps I do:

Uninstall all Nvidia drivers
Uninstall all Ati drivers-==asks to restart...click later
run msconfig and choose to run safe mode==asks to restart
after reboot
run CCleaner-V3.14.1616-21 Dec 2011
run Driver Sweeper v3.2.0 Powered by Phyxion.net==select AMD - Display, NVIDIA - Display, NVIDIA - PhysX and press clean==asks to restart
after reboot
I do same last step (run CCleaner-V3.14.1616-21 Dec 2011, run Driver Sweeper v3.2.0 Powered by Phyxion.net)
open gpedit and choose Prevent Installation of Devices not described by other policy settings and edit this option, set it on ENABLED.
run msconfig and choose to run normal mode==asks to reboot
after reboot
open gpedit and choose Prevent Installation of Devices not described by other policy settings and edit this option, set it on DISABLED.
install ati drivers: Catalyst Software Suite-V12.1=01-25-2012=12-1_vista_win7_64_dd_ccc==asks to restart
open gpedit and choose Prevent Installation of Devices not described by other policy settings and edit this option, set it on ENABLED.
after reboot
open gpedit and choose Prevent Installation of Devices not described by other policy settings and edit this option, set it on DISABLED.
install 285.62-2011.10.24-desktop-win7-winvista-64bit-english-whql==asks to reboot click later
install nVIDIA PhysX System Software 9.11.0621=2011-07-31=PhysX_9.11.0621_SystemSoftware--[Guru3D.com]
run Hybrid-PhysX-mod-1.05ff application
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware pops up and says: malware.packer.gen it's a malicious program trying to start==click Ignore==click apply==exit when cake done
restart
BSOD

Each card has only one 6 pin
that nvidia display setting are not available error is normal...read it on patch official pages...
I tried a many ways today and "detect" on any config is still not working...
I read every page on official pages... from 100...to 150 today...out of 177.... I will read others later
but so far no one with my config has Hybrid PhysX...
I also checked my bios and there is no option for any gpu
looks like so far on official pages GenL says keep using diff nvidia drivers until one works....

Found another 8800GT with similar issue post #7....has nothing to do with my setup...my nvidia card and drivers are fine.
just when both ati and nvidia drivers are in ...they don't like each other.
Edited by ShadyGhost2012 - 2/16/12 at 5:55am
post #45 of 46
Is this possible to pull off with newer AMD drivers or is it only possible with this older hacked one? I dont want to go through the trouble of something like this to find I've handicapped myself with performance from the main card (in this case a 7970) as current drivers have really boosted its original performance.
post #46 of 46
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Originally Posted by EtheralDreamer View Post

Is this possible to pull off with newer AMD drivers or is it only possible with this older hacked one? I dont want to go through the trouble of something like this to find I've handicapped myself with performance from the main card (in this case a 7970) as current drivers have really boosted its original performance.

I could not get this one to work with new drivers but there is one called Hybridize that does work.

As for performance, it will hold you back depending on your physx card, I am running a 9800gt with a 7870 and I do notice a decent drop in fps when running physx vs not running them but it is at least playable vs running physx on your cpu.

with a 7970 to not see a fps hit by doing this you would need at least a 560ti if not more (random guess, I really don't know much about nvidia performance)

Good Luck thumb.gif
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