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Old March 22, 2011, 11:30 AM
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Originally Posted by Wi-Fuzzy View Post
found this on the google. Find that file in your computer and copy it or it is telling you it is in folding@home-gpu, then......

Go to,
C:\Users\your user name\AppData
go to roaming,
go into fold@home-gpu,
Copy and paste Cudart32_30_14.dll into folding@home in your programfiles(x86) folder.


If you are like me it will then ask you for cufft32_30_14.dll.
Repeat process above,
its in the same place.
I believe those locations are only used by the Systray client, the Console client should keep all the files in whichever folder you install it in.
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Originally Posted by geokilla View Post
Yep I did. Latest are 266.58. I previously had a 9600GT. I did a clean install of the NVIDIA drivers.

I searched around a bit more and it's that Folding@Home is missing the required files to fold on the GTX 460. It seems that as long as I can find the files, then everything is good to go. It's not a driver problem.

Btw I saw that site, but there was nothing in AppData. Which is why I posted.
Try downloading the older client from; http://www.stanford.edu/~friedrim/.F..._Vista-631.zip:

Then update the exe from: Folding@home - Folding@home - My Folding Page

My 460's have worked fine from day1, just install them in a folder directly on your drive, not in the program files directory.

Hope that helps...
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