no sufficient cuda capable device

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    Erik Kubiňan CR

    Hello dear user,

    Please do try to install the newest Nvidia driver for your graphics card, if this doesn't help I am afraid your graphics card could be too outdated but first surely try the drivers first. 

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    leolovera

    will do

     

    thanks!

    leo

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    leolovera

    i think the issue is something else, some kind of preference that i changed.

    original test was fine, then i decided to add more details and that is when it broke.

    now pretty much all the reconstructions i run fails, even after updating the drive. 

    how can i completely reset the software to original conditions just like a fresh install?

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    Erik Kubiňan CR

    Press shift and double click on the RC desktop icon, there you can make it like a clean install if you select so in the dropdown menu. Please report back whether it fixed your issue.
    Also, what do you mean by first it ran fine then "I added more detail"? Please be more specific, this could help us find out what's going on.

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    Dillon from MCWB Architects

    leolevera, I have had a similar issue in which my graphics card isnt recognized. I wrote up my experience here:

     

    https://support.capturingreality.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/360006525539--Your-Computer-Does-Not-Have-a-Nvidia-Graphics-Card-

     

    Granted, this was an issued with the graphics card, not a cuda capable device, but I seem to remember some correlation between the two. Best of luck.

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