I am working with a big project and recently upgraded my video card to a GTX 570.
I cannot enable the CUDA engine in project settings, it is completely greyed out.. Doing some searches, everyone seems to point at a cuda support text file...
I go to the Root directory of where adobe is installed, see the CS5 folder- with NO Cuda supported list.... Do a complete search of the whole machine, nothing.
Updated adobe, no change
Most up to date video drivers from Nvidia are already installed.
Went through Nvidia control panel to manually set it to render using the GPU- no change...
I am at a loss here, any ideas or help would be much appreciated.
It should be there by default on installation.
If it isn't, try creating one.
These are the default entries on install:
GeForce GTX 285
GeForce GTX 470
Quadro FX 3800
Quadro FX 4800
Quadro FX 5800
GeForce GTX 680
Ill give it a go, but if next to nothing is in the adobe root directory- then how will CS5 know to pick it up?
Where would I even place this file? Its crazy that its not there from everything ive found on the net...
Thank you for your time-
Ok, I remoted back into the machine and took a closer look again, Somehow half of the CS5 suite is on the C drive, and the other is on the storage- CS5 primarly. How I personally do not know, but from there was able to locate the needed folders, and created the text file. All is well now, I just told them to finish the project first, before we move it over where it belongs.
Joe Bloe P. Thank you very much.
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