I too have not been able to get this to work using the 417.35 (my last post was #2930), and I have followed @Pretentious suggestions. I ended up putting this effort aside as I was on vacation and I'll be on travel again in a few days, so I wont be able to get back to this for a few weeks - [sigh].To me this leaves two options:
- The 'new' way of patching (for the 4xx driver generation) has had only some few installs so far; it's not been tested thoroughly. So while it does bypass some important checks, it might not cover all situations, for example missing bypassing the check for a SLI bridge. If you have one, you might try using a SLI bridge. But there's no guarantee that this is actually the culprit here.
- Falling back to the proven old method, using DSLIA 1.7.1 and 388.71
I don't know if I can use the 388.x drivers as I have the new GeForce RTX 2080 XCs.
Stupid Question: What was done to figure out how to hack the driver? Maybe I can spend some time looking into recent changes in the driver that may be causing problems.