I’ve read the sticky thread about this and changed the registry settings. While the GFX card does not reset now, Win7 seems to take about 15 minutes to recover from a 60 second kernel run.
To get around this, I’ve tried to decouple the GTX590 from its graphics duties by using a cheap USB-VGA device to show the desktop on a second monitor. This works from a graphics point of view in that I can order Windows to use only the second monitor and the monitor connected to the GTX590 goes blank.
So far. so good…but when I now try to run a CUDA program it complains about not being able to find a CUDA device.
Maybe I’ve misconfigured something, but before I spend time trying an infinite amount of windows settings, I’d like to ask the forum if this approach is likely to work?
…or maybe suggest a better idea?