...and Giancarlo is, too! From time to time I get this message when loading Nebula (no matter which, Pro or Server). It follows no scheme when this alert appears, sometimes I can work for 2 days without, and then it pops up almost every time I add a new instance. And I have the impression that some minor hiccups I experience with Nebula are related to that issue.
Of course I've asked GC about it, and he told me to delete the relevant cudabr.dll('s) from the Windows folder. But there are no such files – he had several scenarios in mind what could be wrong, but I have a completely normal C:/ disk (not removable), I have uninstalled any Nvidia and CUDA stuff with Revouninstaller's registry scan recently.
Anybody knows what's wrong??
Last edited by beingmf3 on Sat Mar 16, 2013 11:59 am, edited 1 time in total.
Hi! Not sure, just a shot in the dark: but I recall I had something similar and found out the hard way that I had installed the wrong version of the CUDA kit. Don't know if this apply to your problem, but I remember I was very frustrated that there were different info about which CUDA kit to use. Here is a snippet of my posting:
"Sorry folks! My bad, I had downloaded the wrong CUDA toolkit. I thought I should be looking for a file called 4 RC2, but that was from an old faq. The correct one, if you're on Win7-64bit, is called: cudatoolkit_4.0.17_win_64.msi
Realized that I haven't fully understood where all the great info is in this forum. Discovered a "section" where there is a lot of useful info - so for all the newbies (today I was too...!), look here: