I googled this quite a lot, but I could not find anything related, so here I am.
I’m trying to install CUDA 7.5 on a win7-64bit platform with 2 GPUs: a Quadro2000 and a NVS300.
I have been able to install CUDA 7.5 and have it running on the Quadro with the monitor connected to it, but my code has some long calculations and it creates problem with the monitor refresh (my matlab calling the cuda code via mex crashes), so the idea is to have the monitor connected to the NVS and leave the Quadro for CUDA.
Problem is if I install CUDA 7.5 with the latest drivers (353.90) the Quadro works fine but my NVS is not recognized. In device manager I get this mesg: “windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems”.
If I try to install the drivers for the NVS (341.90), then both cards are recognized and able to drive the monitor, but my CUDA does not work and I get the following error from deviceQuery: “CUDA driver version is insufficient for CUDA runtime version”
I also tried to extract the driver for the NVS without running the installer, and update the driver manually from device manager only for the NVS card, but the outcome is the same.
Is there a way to install different drivers for each cards without messing the CUDA setup?