I have a Dell D630 laptop with a Quadro NVS 135M card in it. The 135M is supposed to be (from the CUDA Programming Guide v1.1, Appendix A) a Compute 1.1 Capable Device. I have CentOS 4.6 installed.
I installed the latest linux (169.07) driver, the 1.1 Toolkit, and the 1.1 SDK. Everything appeared to install fine. However, when I went to test it out, I ran into problems. The deviceQuery project in the SDK works fine, but the bandwidthTest did not (in either pinned or unpinned mode). The symptoms that I’m seeing are that when I execute bandwidthTest, it will hang at the command prompt for about 3 seconds after I execute the command. During this time, the mouse (and the entire system) becomes unresponsive. After that, I regain control, but the program exits with a segmentation fault.
I was able to successfully roll back to the 100.xx driver, 1.0 Toolkit, and 1.0 SDK, and the bandwidhTest indeed seems to work. Is there a possiblity that there is a driver bug? Has anyone else tested CUDA 1.1 with an NVS 135M?
Any help would be appreciated.