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    That is the message I get when I try to use CUDA hardware acceleration with a MSI Nvidia GTX 1060 3GB card. I ripping self created DVD's that came from video transfers (if that matters). I got the card based on this hardware acceleration function for this program specifically. It replaces a somewhat older MSI AMD R7 260X

    Win7 Pro x64
    Nvidia v 26.21.14.3160 driver
    DVDFab v11.0.3.1 x64

    Disable all GPU codecs is UNchecked and all boxes are showing 'CUDA'. The Codec Info is here;

    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Graphics Chipset :
    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB Driver Version: 26.21.14.3160

    Supported Video Codecs :
    CUDA_MODE_H264
    CUDA_MODE_VC1
    CUDA_MODE_MPEG2
    CUDA_MODE_H265
    DXVA_MODE_H264
    DXVA_MODE_VC1
    DXVA_MODE_MPEG2

    CoreAVC : cannot be detected.
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Ok, what is the problem? Is that last line any issue?
    Last edited by videobruce; 08-18-2019, 12:08 PM.

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    Here are some screen shots. I have tried this more than once, and a no go. I see the website only lists three FOUR YEAR OLD cards as being comparable (960, 970 & 980) which I have to figure has not been updated.

    I also noticed the CUDA GPU 'stickies' are FIVE years old so those are of little help.


    [unnecessary screenshots deleted]
    Last edited by videobruce; 08-18-2019, 12:11 PM.

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      You have started 2 threads on this subject which is not allowed, so this one is closed. Please see the one you started in the DVDFab x64 forum.
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