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- Jun 2 2015, 11:33 PM (124 w, 3 d)
Tue, Oct 10
I also ran into this. If you're looking for a workaround you might try the following:
Open a blender file done in Cycles. This should give you access to the system tab in user preferences. In the system tab, change the Cycles compute device from None to CUDA and ensure your graphics card is listed and checked. Save the User Settings.
Jun 8 2015
The script to run is listed in the original steps to reproduce.
Jun 3 2015
After further review, I think I was off the mark having possibly mixed 2 separate issues into 1.
Further testing today proved that state of the path doesn't have any bearing on this issue.
NVIDIA GTX 660
Driver version 347.88 on a
Windows 7 Pro 64-bit (Service Pack 1) 24 GB RAM i5-3570 CPU @ 3.40GHz
NVIDIA CUDA 7.0.29 driver
NVCUDA.DLL version 22.214.171.1248