Same message here. And Octane render, the only reason why I installed CUDA, doesn’t lauch anymore. Instead it says: “No Cuda Capable Devices Found, Exitingâ€¦”. I’ve allready reported this at their forums.
Same here. Also noticed some window rendering problems (strange pattern under the bottom left and bottom right corners of some windows) on the first day or two. Definitely connected with the OS X update, somehow.
Based on a moderator from another forum, there is already a Release 19.5.8f03, located at http://"http//www.nvidia.com/object/geforce-macosx-19.5.8f03-driver.html%22, but the link is broken. It says that it is for:
Improved OpenGL performance for Geforce GTX 285 under certain conditions
Improved compatibility with recent Mac OS X Software Updates.
I needed to re-install Snow Leopard, and upgrade only to 10.6.3. Now I do not have the problem anymore!
Can someone confirm this, and can post the correct link?
Is anyone else having more serious problems than just the pref pane message (which I also get)? I’m having problems with many GPU-accelerated apps. Magic Bullet looks (plugin for Final Cut Pro and After Effects) won’t even load - and I know it is heavily reliant on the GPU. Before the 10.6.4 update it was fine. The f03 driver did nothing for me.
EDIT… ok so I realized I had downloaded and installed the new driver before it “went away” and came back, so I thought I’d try again. I figured I should also try a few other things, so I re-installed the nvidia driver, re-installed the CUDA driver, ran Onyx and had it repair permissions, run maintenance scripts, and clear caches. I then re-installed Magic Bullet Looks and it seems to work again - not sure exactly why it got messed up or if it’s related. I’ve yet to run any benchmarks but I will try something this evening. So my update is that things seem to be working again… although I still get that alert on boot.
I ran into the same issue after 10.6.4 but all GPU-dependent apps work fine: Maya, CS5…
The only thing is this annoying message at boot.
Reading this thread I saw a reply from an employee at nVidia and he said they are working on it.