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  • ju hyung Level 1 (0 points)

    Yup, I will.

    I'm using it right now.

    No crashes about 10mins so far.


    That tip was about setting some CPU parameters.

    And appears to be fixed in a Windows Update earlier.


    And I really don't get it setting Power management and some CPU settings will fix GPU problem.

    I know this is a GPU problem.

    I've seen bluescreen in CP and the fault was about nvlddmkm.sys(graphics driver) file.

    I've also contacted NVIDIA about 10 times and their solution didn't worked.


    I'll use it in about 2-3 more hours and update the status. :S

  • LupahFiasco Level 1 (0 points)

    Wait, what release are you currently using? Release preview? Or Release to manufacturing?

  • ju hyung Level 1 (0 points)

    Hehe,, leaked RTM Pro :P

  • LupahFiasco Level 1 (0 points)

    Just as i do


    How's the running? No freezes? You tried gaming so far on it?

  • revanmj Level 1 (0 points)

    I tried RTM version and it still freezes on my MBP 13' mid-2010 :/ (havent't used Dynamic Ticking trick yet)


    But at least I can finally change screen brightness after installing NVIDIA drivers (in CP or RP there was no way to do that, screen simply didn't react to any change of settings).

  • ju hyung Level 1 (0 points)

    Well, I don't play games :p


    But I can tell you, I haven't been experiencing any crashes after that tip.

    It seems to help.


    I'll update this status if it crashes.

  • LupahFiasco Level 1 (0 points)

    Which driver did you install? I also cant change the screen brightness Its always 100%

    BTW i also have mid 2010 MB 13'. Ytied dynamic ticking, it helps for me, so use it. Just tell me how you managed to cahnge the screen birghtness, please

  • revanmj Level 1 (0 points)

    First the one that came with Boot Camp 4.0, then Windows Update downloaded new one (it had WDDM 1.2 or something like that in its name) and it works on both. But, as I said before, I'm using Windows 8 RTM (build 9200) that leaked recently. It won't work on Release Preview or Customer Preview that were officially available to everyone.

  • ju hyung Level 1 (0 points)

    The standard BootCamp 4.0 driver.

    Long time ago, I've been able to extract BootCamp4.0 drivers(which is I think no longer available in the web)


    And I've installed Audio driver, Trackpad, MagicMouse driver

    and then move bootcamp.msi to desktop and set the compatiblity mode to Windows 7 and run it on elevated cmd prompt and installed it.


    Tap-click on trackpad, sound, brightness control is working good :D


    If you need extracted BootCamp 4.0 driver, reply to this message.

    I'll upload to some server :)

  • LupahFiasco Level 1 (0 points)

    Thank you, thank you very much) I have the dvd with bootcamp drivers that came with MB PRO I only need NVidia driver, cause i tried installing the newest one from geforce website, and it breaks the brightness changing option

  • ju hyung Level 1 (0 points)

    Well, AFAIK.

    You shouldn't use old bootcamp driver(which is bundled CD driver)


    You must USE 4.0 Drivers and also, the latest NVIDIA driver 302.80 doesn't breaks the brightness control.

  • LupahFiasco Level 1 (0 points)

    for me 302.80 breaks the brightness control :/

    You're on this drvier now? YOu updated from bootcamp nvidia, or installed a clean one?

  • ju hyung Level 1 (0 points)

    I've custom installed Bootcamp driver. The only ones that I need.

    Magic mouse, Trackpad ETC but not GraphicsDriver.

    And finally, Bootcamp control panel.


    And then I went and got 302.80 and It's just fine :D

  • LupahFiasco Level 1 (0 points)

    Hm well, gonna try it now then. Ill update the bootcamp driver to 302.80

  • LupahFiasco Level 1 (0 points)

    Well not working for me

    Tried everything, clean install, update, and etc. brightness is good only on bootcamp graphic driver