3 Replies Latest reply on Oct 28, 2012 1:37 PM by Dermfellow

    Mercury Acceleration and display incompatibility problems when rendering


      I recently upgrade my monitor to a Dell U2312HM. Since that time I keep receiving the following error message:


      "The NVIDIA OpenGL driver detected a problem with the display driver and is unable to continue. The application must close."

      "Error code:3"


      another error also pops up as well:


      "Display driver stopped reponding and has recovered."

      "Display driver NVIDIA Windows kernel Mode Driver, Version 306.97 stopped responding and has successfully revovered."



      This always occurs when trying to render an export file in Media Encoder and occasionally when rendering from and working on the timeline in PProCS6.


      This does NOT appear to happen if I turn off Mercury GPU acceleration.

      All drivers have been updated, and all potentially problematic software have been unistalled to see if they are the problem.


      I have a nVidia FX 3800 Quadro card running in a Windows 7 64 system with an i7-970 hexacore CPU and 24GB ram. I also use a Wacom 1200WX as a second monitor.


      The whole point of having a CUDA card is to accelerate rendering. I love my new monitor, but I have to be able to use my CS6 software.


      Any ideas how to fix this?