It means your card is not supported. But it still may work. Try Googling "MPE Hack".
Please don't cross-post. I deleted your post in the other topic.
I'll check it out!
Search the forum for 3800m
I don't have a laptop so didn't pay much attention, but I **think** I've seen mention of that card not working with hardware MPE
The 3800M is not one of the cards with which Premiere Pro CS5 provides the CUDA processing features. See this page for a list of cards that do provide this:
But is there anyway to hack this?
I was googling whole day, didn't find the solution. I bought this laptop for using Adobe Cs5.
Sadly, this money spent for nothing!
Dude, if you type in "MPE Hack", it is the very first item that comes up in Google.
I did exactly as you metoined and followed that instruction. But nothing changed. It even didn't allow me to add PrePro CS5 or remove some programs, whatever how manytimes I tried. It always displays PrePro Cs4 and Photoshop Cs4 wich are not installed on my machine.
Any other solution?
I don't know why CS4 shows up in the nVidia contol panel when CS5 in the only version installed. It's weird, but actually somewhat irrelevant. Changing it doesn't seem to have any effect. GPU acceleration works either way - if your card can handle it.
If' you've made the correct entry in the text file, and you still don't have GPU acceleration, then chances are your card simply isn't capable of providing it.