clEnqueueNDRangeKernel is returning an invalid error code with a value of -1000. Calling clEnqueueNDRangeKernel on AMD and Intel hardware/drivers works just fine. I only get this error code of -1000 on NVIDIA. I’m using a Quadro K5200 with driver R347.52. Does anybody know what -1000 is suppose to stand for or what could cause it?
Funny thing is… this is not a CUDA API but an OpenCL API ! :)
Funny thing is…you must not realize NVIDIA does not have a section dedicated exclusively to the OpenCL API. An additional funny this is…you must not realize that NVIDIA’s OpenCL 1.1 implementation uses CUDA. So many funny things…
CL and GL not on the same device (only when using a GPU).
a lot on google pertaining to opencl error code -1000
Funny thing is little_jimmy found documentation for wrong API’s… Even more funny is I cannot find information for -1000 and this particular API as well… even more funny thing is Carnaval now happing and I must go eat… and even more funny… why use a clone-api if you can use the real thing ! ;) =D At least CUDA apperently better documented ! Or funny thing is… your error return code is somehow wrong/invalid ? :) :P* :)