Is Nvidia 261.14 driver CUDA capable?

Now, I have an ASUS U33JC-A1 notebook, with this hardware/software:

· Intel i3 370M
· 4GB RAM DDR3
· Nvidia 310M (with the Official driver from ASUS: Version V8.17.12.6114 -> 261.14 NVidia Page )
· Intel Graphic Card ( Official driver from ASUS: Version V8.15.10.2119 )
· Windows 7 Home Edition 64 bits (all updated)

I suppose that I can change between graphic cards, because this notebook have the Optimus Technology, and from Nvidia Panel I can configure this, which applications must use the Nvidia Graphic Card.

My question is about the Nvidia driver. I can’t see if this driver is CUDA capable, i.e, I can develop some applications with this technology.

Someone has experience with this notebook/driver?

I don’t know if I install the last driver from Nvidia Page (260.99 WHQL), this installation will affect to the Optimus Technology…

Thanks for all…

Marce,

I have a different Asus notebook but with the same driver. I tried the CUDA SDK using this driver but it didn’t work. I tried to install the 260.99 developer driver from Nvidia but it couldn’t detect the notebook. I am right now trying to find a way to run CUDA in my notebook :(.

Best regards,

Paulo

Hi Paulo,

I think that Optimus Technology is worst that we have thought… Have you tried the procedure in this document to use CUDA in our notebook?

http://developer.download.nvidia.com/compute/cuda/3_2_prod/toolkit/docs/CUDA_Developer_Guide_for_Optimus_Platforms.pdf

Regards,

Did anyone of you manage to solve the issue?