DIY Vidock Setup 1.x: The Ultimate Tool for eGPU Users
A recent 3.0 version of Diy Vidock Setup has been released, 2.8.2.x. Read the following entry to make sure you are using the correct version. Below is a walkthrough on how to install a GTX 670 eGPU for use with a Dell Precision M4500 laptop on Windows 10.
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Next, you will need to use Diy Vidocks setup to create an eGPU hard disk partition, and to copy the bootloader into that partition. To do this, find the file diyvidock.txt, and scroll down to the Partition section.
From here, to gain access to the Windows installation media, go into setup and insert the CD or USB media into the appropriate drive. I used a USB 2.0 drive on my system (not recommended, but necessary due to how the eGPU loads Windows before checking for a clean boot). I gave it an arbitrary name when prompted.
When setup is complete, reboot the system and boot into the Windows installation media. You'll be asked whether or not you want to use the eGPU to start your system. If you don't see this screen, reboot and hold right shift to get into the boot menu.
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