Why am I getting the error “no device supporting CUDA”?

Answer ID 2151
Published 02/19/2008 08:33 AM
Updated 04/16/2010 07:44 AM
Why am I getting the error “no device supporting CUDA”?

With Windows XP and Tesla C870 and D870, since the driver is shared by the Tesla processor and the graphics card, you must use an NVIDIA graphics card in the host workstation.  This can be an Integrated Graphics Processor built into an NVIDIA motherboard or a discrete NVIDIA graphics card.  

So, even if you have a ATI/AMD or Intel graphics card or chipset, you have to put in a NVIDIA graphics card.  Please check to make sure you have another NVIDIA graphics device in your workstation.

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