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jazzthief
04-03-2002, 06:01 AM
I just recently purchased a GF3 Ti200 due to budgetary reason to run Maya 4 to SoftQuadro the card into a Quadro DCC. But I"m running into trouble. I managed to print the instructions from BeigeFingers and Guru3D. Following step by step. Here's the roadblock I'm facing.

Downloaded RivaTurner and Detonator 28.32 from nVidia site.

Installed the latest driver update using Detonator.

Restarted the PC

Launched RivaTurner, manage to open the patch scripts folder, selected SoftQuadro w2k.rts, selected GeForce 3 = Quadro DCC, clicked continue, selected the extracted file which a temp folder was created C:/Quadro Detonator earlier and selected file "NV4_mini.sys".

After clicking the file I get a warning pop-up window stating the Patch script has not been successfully executed. Read log for details.

Log:
Browsing for file nv4_mini.sys... selected 6.13.10.2832, 909501 bytes
WARNING: Certified patch script not found, using common patch script...
ERROR: Target sequence must be replaced 1 time(s)!
8b 86 00 03 00 00 e9 00 00 00 00 8b 86 00 01
Browsing for file nv4_mini.sys... selected 6.13.10.2832, 909501 bytes
WARNING: Certified patch script not found, using common patch script...
ERROR: Target sequence must be replaced 1 time(s)!
8b 86 00 03 00 00 e9 00 00 00 00 8b 86 00 01

What am I doing wrong??? Any assistance will be helpful.

efishta
04-03-2002, 09:33 PM
I already answered this once

http://www.guru3d.com/forum/read_msg.php?tid=371&forumid=ubb11

merlin9876
04-06-2002, 06:22 AM
So, I see there are possibilities for GeForce 2 and 3. Anyone know if there's a secret recipe somewhere to do the same thing for a Geforce 4? That could be nice... ;) I've seen an article at, err, I'm not sure I remember where, about doing a little soldering but a software way would be nicer... Thanks!

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