I’m trying to make sure that everything is in place to get started with using CUDA but I’m worried that this is not the case. (Aside: I’m running Windows 7 32-bit) I downloaded the CUDA 2.0 32-bit SDK and installed it. That went fine except that after extracting the files to C:/CUDA the installer window disappears but leaves the icon on the taskbar, requiring task manager to kill it. I also tried to run the CUDA 2.0 drivers but on startup the installer claims that no applicable hardware is available (I have a GTX 470 installed correctly.) So I downloaded the 2.0 SDK examples and many of these run fine from the browser except that Bandwidth Test produces this error:
bandwidthTest.exe - Entry Point Not Found
The procedure entry point cudaHostAlloc could not be located in the dynamic link library cudart.dll
Also I’ve tried running some simple pieces of code with Visual Studio but I get an error saying that cuda.h cannot be found, which I can’t blame VS for because I can’t find cuda.h with the search function either.
Any help on getting these kinks worked out would be much appreciated!