these questions might sound very trivial, but please see if you can help me
I have a dell laptop that DOES NOT have a graphics card. It has the inbuilt intel chipset and media accelerator. Can I install CUDA on it?
Since I didn’t know the answer to the above question (and read somewhere that one can use an emulator to work on CPU) i downloaded the driver, toolkit and sdk and tried to install them in that order.
Driver installation failed - “Could not find drivers compatible with hardware” :unsure:
toolkit got installed.
SDK almost got installed., but whenever i try to open the cuda Sdk browser it says - “side by side configuration incorrect, failed to open the browser” :wacko:
Could somebody tell me where I’m going wrong? Or atleast provide with some links to tutorials i can follow.
I just want to get started for a summer project opportunity in CUDA programming. It would be great if i can try out some programs on my own and see how the entire thing works before I start under my guide. the place I’m going has a Tesla personal supercomputer (now you know why I’m so eager!) Any help (including irrelevant replies and criticism) would be highly appreciated.
Thanks a lot!