I have a computer with integrated ASPEED graphics and TESLA C1060. ASPEED is being used for display while TESLA is intended for general purpose programming only. I have CUDA Toolkit 3.2 with the latest development driver from Nvidia installed.
Is it possible to run CUDA on TESLA C1060 with the current configuration? I have tried running it in MATLAB but get an error ‘An error occured during: setting up the CUDA device. The CUDA error was: (Unknown code: 10100)’.
As I am at very initial level so I have only tried to run it with MATLAB R2010b using gpuDevice command which gave me the error message I mentioned above. I have tried the same command on Thinkpad T510 having NVS 3100 Nvidia graphics card successfully.
The operating system on the computer is Windows 7. It also has Windows XP giving the same result.
I did not know about the TCC drivers for Tesla. Your suggestion regarding using TCC is a ray of hope. I have just read its document and it says that it needs Windows Server 2008. Will it work with Windows 7 or XP? I will try it though.
I appreciate you ( and huangshuojch) taking time to reply. Wish to hear from you with more precious suggestions.
Once downloaded, I performed a clean install of the driver. However, I could not locate nvidia-smi.exe on my computer. I googled and found that it was cupposed to be in C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation\NVSMI\nvidia-smi.exe. However, I could not find NVSMI in NVIDIA Corporation even after unhiding hidden files and performing a full search on my computer. Is it to be downloaded seperately? Am I making a mistake.
With the help of one of the moderators (tmurray), I have come to know that TCC driver does not work with Windows 7 32-bit and hence don’t have nvidia-smi.exe or NVSMI folder. So I installed Windows 7 64-bit with latest TCC drivers for Tesla C1060 and now its up and running. Thanks tmurray.