Okey so yesterday I bought myself a used desktop to use while I wait for MSI GS60 to be released.
Since this was just a cheap second hand desktop I decideed to try the little cuda hack.
I've got a Geforce gtx 460 card.
I went into disc C - Adobe - premiere pro cs6 and scrolled down to cuda_supported_cards, opened it up, duplicated the name of the card closest to mine and changed the number. Then I did ctr+s to save and it prompted me to "save as" instead of just saving. I clicked to save it in it's original place and got asked if I wanted to replace the file. Sure, so I clicked yes. And then "access denied".
I am logged into notepad as an administrator and I tried going into user account control and drag down the settings to never varn me (something I read in another post in the forum) but still, access denied.
Any ideas on what to do? I was really looking forward to mercury playback here.
Thank you in advance
Copy the file and paste it to the Desktop. Make the change there. Then delete the file in the Adobe directory and paste the revised file in.
Thank you, I actually found that out on my own and was just saving it as you replied.
Thanks again though