I just formatted one of the lab computers where I work, and re installed everything from scratch including CUDA 2.2
The project I’m working on compiles fine on another machine thats still running 2.1 (installed about 1 month ago)
When I try to build it on my machine, I get a bunch of ‘support for exception handling is disabled’.
I tried reverting to 2.1, but now nvcc crashes when I build the project.
Other cuda projects work fine, including some that blend c++ and c. It’s only when I try to include or other std headers that I get the problem.
anyone know why reverting to 2.1 didn’t fix it? Did nVidia change it in the last month?
both computers are running XP, and the error happens in both emulation and non emulation build modes.