you could wait for 2 possible solutions 1) nebula server 2) cuda working in that way. I didn't test the case, it was just reported from an user, so I can't be sure about that. For sure a 32 bit dll could be placed in x64 windows. So you could find a way for installing or copying the cuda dll in your system, still using a 64 bit video driver. It was possible in cuda 2.3, because toolkit was installing cudart.dll again. Now cuda dll (it has a strange name now) is installed by the driver only. Again, I'm not sure, I didn't test it and it was reported by an other customer only, maybe there is a solution.
Hey why so hostile? I'm only trying to get Cuda to work
I repeat here what you typed to me earlier in this thread:
For sure a 32 bit dll could be placed in x64 windows. So you could find a way for installing or copying the cuda dll in your system, still using a 64 bit video driver. It was possible in cuda 2.3, because toolkit was installing cudart.dll again.
As I stated in this thread before:
System Specs: Win 7 64bit but running Cubase 5 32bit host
is what I am running.
I only asked again because you stated that it might be possible.
Ok...let's say that I have an all 32 bit or all 64bit environment. What changes to the actual Nebula Plugin do I have to make in the master page to get it to theoretically work?
Look, I am the user he's talking about. You cannot run Cuda 32-bits in a 64-bits system because of the drivers. In your specific case: Cubase 32-bits in Windows 7 x64, you can't. You need a x64 host to run Cuda or you need REAPER
REAPER can run x64 plug-ins so you can use Nebula x64 with Cuda because everything (drivers, toolkit, bridge, nebula) has to be x64.
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..exactly... till cuda 2.3 it was possible, now it's not possible any more, at least it seems so. On the paper you could run it, but I don't know the steps . Maybe you should install 32 bits video drivers (possible? dunno, I guess not), copy the dll (which one? I don't remember), install 64 bits drivers, place the 32 bits dll (where? syswow64? I'm not sure) and try nebula. Since I didn't test it... I don't know!!!!!!
Other possible way: install nvidia drivers on 32 bit windows, copy the dll (again:which one?) in your 64 bit windows.
Spacey wrote:Damn, so I would have to use 64 bit Cubase? This is not good for me as Cubase 64 is so bad with the plugin bridge. I know there are work arounds but it's not the same.
Would the solution be this new Nebula Farm program you are working on. Where I would have a separate PC with a Cuda card in it over Lan network?
I remembered read some bridge software called "JBridge" for Cubase SX 64 on steinberg's forum. http://jstuff.wordpress.com/jbridge/ It costs 14Euro and seems the current best way until steinerg actually "listen to" their customers.