- Apr 25, 2017
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|Processor||AMD Ryzen 5 1600|
|Motherboard||Gigabyte - GA-AB350M-Gaming 3|
|Memory||Corsair - Vengeance LED DDR4-3000 16GB|
|Storage||Western Digital - Black PCIe 256GB SSD + 3x HDD|
|Display(s)||42" TV @1080p (main) + 32" TV (side)|
|Case||Cooler Master HAF X NV-942|
|Audio Device(s)||Line 6 KB37|
|Power Supply||Thermaltake Toughpower XT 775W|
|Mouse||Roccat Kova / Logitech G27 Steering Wheel|
|Keyboard||Roccat Ryos TKL Pro|
|Software||Windows 10 Pro x64 v1803|
There is no easy method to bypass that unfortunately.is there any way to boot without being in test mode?
Some members seem to have found a way, but I haven't tried it.
You might want to read a bit before and after this post:
SLI with different cards
Drivers from 4xx onwards can no longer be patched by the original DifferentSLIauto.exe, so you have to modify a copy of the nvlddmkm.sys using a hex editor by going to the address stated and replacing the left value by the one at the right.I see in the forums a bunch of hex codes correlating to each release of new drivers, what is that about exactly?