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Message 853209 - Posted: 14 Jan 2009, 4:27:44 UTC

Not really looking for help just reporting what I see. Since loading the 6.4.5 version I keep getting a pop up message from time to time that says " Display driver stopped responding and has recovered. Display driver nvlddmkm has stopped responding and has successfully recovered." I noticed that the WU being processed that time then has a status of "Computation error". I have stopped accepting new WUs and will opt out of CUDA as soon as the queue is empty.

System is Vista x64 SP1, Phenom 9850 Quad core, 4GB of 1066 memory. Mainboard is a MSI K9NA2 Platinum and the video card is a 8800GT Superclocked. Driver is Nvida version 181.20 whql version.

Maybe this information will be of help to someone.
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Message 853336 - Posted: 14 Jan 2009, 14:42:43 UTC - in response to Message 853209.  

CUDA framework and seti CUDA WU are most likely both in a BETA stadium, some problems with this new technologie maybe expected. Programming for a GPU is no ware neer programming for a CPU.
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Message 853386 - Posted: 14 Jan 2009, 16:57:22 UTC

I had the same yesterday. I have a q6600 with all the new drivers with a 192 core 260, and a I7 with a 216 260 with the same thing under 6.06. I have run a few 6.07 units with beta no hold up's with them so far.

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