Solution For CUDA Problem In Nvidia Drivers

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by sprocketgearzz, Sep 28, 2014.

  1. kata40

    kata40 Member

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    it's work , whitout copy dll, you have right. but i have 3-4 more enconding programs who doesn't work without old cuda.
     
  2. jonaand

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    i tried encoding a ts file of 43gb and 2h30min duration and 1080p; and using DVDfab9 with nvenc to convert in mkv 1080p only need 17min ¬°¬°¬°amazing!!!

    later, i tried with nero recode in mkv 1080p, and need more than 1h30min to convert

    so nero, dont use nvenc yet
     
  3. Valagard

    Valagard Guest


    Downloads are not working, just stays forever at "Preparing file"
     
  4. jonaand

    jonaand Member Guru

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    so try it
     

  5. Valagard

    Valagard Guest

    That's not the two files I wanted :|
     
  6. jonaand

    jonaand Member Guru

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    yes, it have the two dll taht you need, one for 32bit and another for 64bit
     
  7. Valagard

    Valagard Guest

    So how do I place them? The dll or the folders?
     
  8. jonaand

    jonaand Member Guru

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    copy the two dll's

    of the 32 bit in

    c:\windows\system32
    and

    and the 64bit in

    c:\windows\syswow64

    after regist in a cmd windows run administrator write

    pushd c:\windows\system32
    regsvr32 nvcuvenc.dll
    pushd c:\windows\syswow64
    regsvr32 nvcuvenc.dll


    to regist dll

    and now you'll have CUDA
     
  9. Valagard

    Valagard Guest

    Ok. Except the guys way was easier, can I have those files?
     
  10. jonaand

    jonaand Member Guru

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    up in my commentary say
    here it

    so do clic in it
     

  11. edigee

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    Didn't work for me. I'm on 32 bit W7 ,every time i try to register nvcuvenc.dll(of course the 32 bit one) i'm getting a message something like "it's not a 32 bit item"
     
  12. evgenim

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    Using Freemake with CUDA support. Works great.
    [​IMG]
     
  13. Valagard

    Valagard Guest

    What?

    Can somebody translate this?
     
  14. edigee

    edigee Active Member

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    @Valagard
    The word "it" contains a link. So click on the word "it" from jonaand's post. It's not rocket science neither a degree in IT is needed.

    Tip for 32 bit Windows 7 users: For strange reasons the 32 bit nvcuvenc.dll is in the sysWOW 64 folder. I had no problem to register that one after copied it in the system 32 folder
     
    Last edited: Jan 10, 2015
  15. kata40

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    It seems that manufacturers of decoding and editing software, or went to work and began using new software, nvenc
     

  16. Valagard

    Valagard Guest

    I don't want to register DLL's, I want to do it like op did where I can just drop the DLL in with the program and then never worry about it again.

    What part of "I wanted op's files" are we not understanding here?
     
  17. xbatta

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    Hi. I tried registering the DLL's but Vegas Pro 13 still won't render with CUDA.. it uses around 0-10-20% of the GPU (GTX 760) with poor results and crashes often.

    This is why I'd like the files to be put directly into the program folder to be uploaded again.

    Thanks
     
  18. James D

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    If this topic is stickied then WHY the first post still doesn't have information about registering dll files in the OS because some programs need it??!

    I tried putting these to Xilisoft's folder but that didn't work.
     
  19. xbatta

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    And the other way around didn't work for me.. I wish if going back to old drivers is actually working.. I don't want to do it not to lose performance on the latest games but renderings take really too long.. (1080p@60)
     
  20. sprocketgearzz

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    links updated
     

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