- Nvidia Beta Driver (473.07)
- Vulkan SDK (184.108.40.206)
- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 with Max-Q Design
- Window 10
Unhandled exception at 0x00007FFFDF8DBFE9 (nvoglv64.dll) in vulkan_video.exe: 0xC0000005: Access viloation writing location 0x000001420C2CBE00.
nvoglv64.dll!00007fffdf8dbfe9() nvoglv64.dll!00007fffdf8761ae() nvoglv64.dll!00007fffdf85e00a() nvoglv64.dll!00007fffdf85e327() nvoglv64.dll!00007fffdf85ddcd() nvoglv64.dll!00007fffdf85ced5() nvoglv64.dll!00007fffdf85a9f5() nvoglv64.dll!00007fffdf7a0c3d() VkLayer_khronos_validation.dll!DispatchQueueSubmit(VkQueue_T * queue, unsigned int submitCount, const VkSubmitInfo * pSubmits, VkFence_T * fence) VkLayer_khronos_validation.dll!vulkan_layer_chassis::QueueSubmit(VkQueue_T * queue, unsigned int submitCount, const VkSubmitInfo * pSubmits, VkFence_T * fence) vulkan_video.exe!SubmitCommandBuffer() vulkan_video.exe!main()
The nvoglv64.dll was mapped to the address range 00007FFFDE680000-00007FFFE11E6000
Message generated by the Driver:
nvVideoPhysicalDevice::IsGridSdkQualifiedGpu: Not a qualified GRID system. Sessions restrictions may apply.
vulkan_video.zip (823.3 KB)
When I try to submit a H.264 encode task to the encode queue by calling vkQueueSubmit, I get a crash.
The vulkan validation layer doesn’t spit out any messages, and the only message that I get is a message from the Driver.
The driver message “Not a qualified GRID system” is emitted when I create the video session object.
Could it be that my gpu is not supported ?
I added a sample project to this report that replicates the crash.