Use Nautis optimus drive, the older one 258.96, dont use the one that comes with the graphic card cd.
- download R-w ver 1.4.7 the older one not new
- download Imdisk
-download diy vidock setup 10e8 rar file by Nando4
-Double click the rar file
-will extract itself to C root folder
-right click image file , select mount as virtual disk using Imdisk
-Install 258.96, error 43 will appear. NVM. Open r-w everything
Click Access->command-> Type 'save c:\10de0e23.bin memory 0xe0500000 0x2000' (this will differ depend on ur card)
creating a 8kb file
4kb will be the gpu and 4kb for the hdmi audio controller.
Copy that file (c:\10de0e23.bin) to your DIY ViDock Setup 1.x USB drive or disk image \config directory (the one in C drive).
Create a shortcut of that image file in c-drive (the one that you double click)
And put it in startup folder.
Shut down the system, turn off the card unplugged the expresscard
Let the fun begins!!!!
First time setup;
8. Boot the system, on windows boot manager , select vidock setup 1x
9. Turn on vidock and plug in the expresscard, choose option 2(menu based)
10. Wait a few sec, the fan speed of the card will get louder and then press enter
11. On the vidock menu, go to video card
12. Load dump
13. Go to Intel PCI-> perform compaction
14. Go to Video card, select nvflash (Ensure the adapter card says its been properly configured it will says GTS 450)
15. Then click Save dump+
16. Then click perform chainload on win7 origin
17. You will be taken to boot manager again, select diy setup
18. Choose option 1 this time
19. Back to boot manager, click on windows 7, then unplugged the expresscard but don't turn off ur vidock
20. On welcome screen, type in your pc password and enter and plug back the card
21. If nothing goes wrong, signal on the monitor DONE. Go have a beer
After wards/for future usage and maintainance
1. Do not hibernate the system, either sleep or shutdown if u dont want to use the card no more.
idle pwr consumption of GTX 460 + monitor is like 200W
versus laptop only maybe 30-40W or less
After shutdown, to use the card again turn on ur pc
2. With Vidock off, Boot windows.
3. On windows boot manager, select diy vidock setup 1x
then turn vidock on and Plug in the expresscard.
4. Choose option 1: Automated startup with startup.bat
it will wait until your card get detected.then it will says OK
5. you will be taken Back to the Windows boot manager, choose windows 7 then Hot plug the expresscard (unplug expresscard but donít switch off the vidock)
6. On window requesting password, enter the password and press enter
7. On welcome screen with circular thingy, plug that expresscard back.
8. You will see the signal on the monitor with the card being detected
I have not yet tried to make a R-W dump but want to do so now... your instruction says this differ per card. How do I know what command to use? I have a GTX 460 which is (10de0e22)
I tried both
save c:\10de0e22.bin memory 0xe0600000 0x2000
save c:\10de0e22.bin memory 0xe0500000 0x2000
Neither of them worked. Before the load, both cards show up in nvflash, but the external card shows "unconfigured device, device is not accesible". After loading either dumps, the external card simply disappears and only shows my internal Nvidia. It also disappears from the right side of the menu (in black box area). According to masterjumong2012, nvflash show show both as configured after the dump load. How do I find the right memory to store?
Last edited by bleuiko; 3rd February 2011 at 02:47 AM.