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Nvidia driver error with GTX960M

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Posted on 09-07-17 17:22
Hello,

I have an MSI GP62 6QF with a Nvidia GTX960M and Kali Linux 2017.2 OS. The problem is that the GTX960M is detected (when I do lspci) but doesn't work. I have to blacklist the nouveau driver if not I can't boot Kali. I also tried this methods:

- Install nvidia-kernel-dkms (upgrading headers and dist and other steps)
- Download the driver from the official website and purge all nvidia, blacklist nouveau, and install it from a tty.

When I try to install the drivers through this methods I recieve this error:
"Oh no! Something have gone wrong. A problem occurred and the system can't recover. Please contact the system administrator. "

I don't know if there's a solution. I need the GPU to crack.

Thanks!

~Kadd
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RE: Nvidia driver error with GTX960M

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Posted on 10-07-17 07:12
This http://www.allabo. . .-debian-8/ did the job for my debian a few months ago, I'm not sure if it works for you but give it a try.


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Edited by gobzi on 10-07-17 07:13
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RE: Nvidia driver error with GTX960M

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Posted on 10-07-17 21:18
Hey,

I also tried it but finally gives me a blank screen saying the "Oh no!:.."
I don't know where is the problem.

Thanks for your help!

~Kadd
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RE: Nvidia driver error with GTX960M

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Posted on 10-07-17 21:35
I assume you want to use hashcat. I would recommend you to use Debian or even Ubuntu (booo) to get familiar with debian-based distros. Kali is debian-based anyways.

You can install every single tool from kali in debian + you can properly install drivers + you get actual experience in Linux


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RE: Nvidia driver error with GTX960M

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Posted on 10-07-17 23:30
You fucking dinosaurs, you should harness the power of the cloud. http://www.rockfi. . .n-ec2.html
The Amazon instance blows away what you can do on a modest VM. My VM can hash194 words a second of sha512crypt while the Amazon EC2 instance can do 13,457 hashes a second. Similarly my VM can MD5 hash 6.06 million words a second but the EC2 instance can hash 2,492.9 million words a second.

If you step up to the 4 GPU EC2 instance the performance scales linearly so you get 4x whatever numbers you see for the 1 GPU instance.


Edited by Huitzilopochtli on 10-07-17 23:37
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Posted on 11-07-17 12:31
Thanks gobzi. I'm going to try with debian.

It's true Huitzilopochtli, has more power but I also want to do it with my computer because I paid a GPU.Grin


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Posted on 11-07-17 12:55
Huitzilopochtli wrote:
You fucking dinosaurs, you should harness the power of the cloud. http://www.rockfi. . .n-ec2.html
The Amazon instance blows away what you can do on a modest VM. My VM can hash194 words a second of sha512crypt while the Amazon EC2 instance can do 13,457 hashes a second. Similarly my VM can MD5 hash 6.06 million words a second but the EC2 instance can hash 2,492.9 million words a second.

If you step up to the 4 GPU EC2 instance the performance scales linearly so you get 4x whatever numbers you see for the 1 GPU instance.


I use my debian for peer to peer file sharing and porn Frown


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