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387.92 driver - Error 43 caused by a modified vBIOS?

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by maxio, Oct 9, 2017.

  1. VRTrigger

    VRTrigger New Member

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    Many thx! It worked now!
     
  2. the_papy

    the_papy New Member

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    plz i need it , its the same for my
     
  3. the_papy

    the_papy New Member

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    Thanks but how to modifi the bios ? just change little down mayby the power of you bios MTX ? wath is the programm? becose i test with original bios , and i dont have shutdown of the computer.. i repeat my alim is big 1200w :) mayby condensator hot, and electric crash with to hight power? sorry for my bad english ;)
     
  4. EdKiefer

    EdKiefer Ancient Guru

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  5. Racore

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    hello,
    I have the same error with my graphic card (error 43 on zorac gtx titan x 12 GB, Win 10 pro 1803,).
    I have got 3 custom bios for this card (1237 mV ; 1256 mV ; 1281 mV )
    I can't install the last drivers
    Please, help me.

    (Sorry for my bad English)
     
  6. moheban79

    moheban79 Master Guru

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    Hi guys,

    On my 980 Ti Kingpin if I unlock the additional two voltage tables with Kepler bios tweaker and save them all at 1281mv for the top three left right entries when I boot into Windows it gets stuck at spinning wheel. Is that the hardware error 43 that you have been talking about?

    Thanks

    BTW Not like all that extra voltage gets you anything. 1212mv gets me 1507mhz just fine.
     

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