enter it into the card hack txt file and see if it works.
Cant do any harm.
I did. It causes major problems. The screen goes black and and the computer freezes. That makes a beep sound and shuts down.
That's not normal.
What exactly did you do. List out the steps.
I navigated to the cuda support folder and added the Nvidia 680M to the list. The i went to the Nvidia settings and changed the Adobe premiere setting to compatibility mode. Opened my project and began editing. It crashes after a few seconds.
I'm also getting this full screen issue that people are talking about. For example, when I minimise premiere to work in another program and go back to premiere when i'm done I get a full screen display of the frame currently in the preview window. This also happens when the computer is inactive for a time. I'll came back to the computer after a few minutes to find the view in full screen. Sometimes a double clip it and it brings back the standard editing workspace but sometimes I have to 'control, alt, delete' to start task manager, open a new window (can be anything) and navigated to that window then back to premiere. It's as if Premiere has frozen.
I navigated to the cuda support folder
Where exactly did you find that on your computer?
I found it here C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
Is that the correct txt file to add the card too?
I tried to add it again this afternoon and it crashed my computer again. I've been booting in safe mode just to get it working. I removed the battery and it booted fine.
Changing that text file isn't going to crash anything. Those crashes are symptomatic of something more going on here.