- exit code -1073741515 (0xc0000135)

Ivan Terentev
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Well, in my case,

Well, in my case, 8.15.10.2761 worked fine, problem was in some kind of additional
software which was automatically installed with driver. It should show up in Add/Remove programs list as Intel OpenCL support or something like that.

LumenDan
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RE: Well, in my case,

Quote:
Well, in my case, 8.15.10.2761 worked fine, problem was in some kind of additional
software which was automatically installed with driver. It should show up in Add/Remove programs list as Intel OpenCL support or something like that.

Removing Intel OpenCL worked for me too.

I read about conflicting drivers and had already removed the Intel driver itself but I guess I wasn't looking out for the OpenCL support software.

Alex
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RE: Removing Intel OpenCL

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Removing Intel OpenCL worked for me too.

I read about conflicting drivers and had already removed the Intel driver itself but I guess I wasn't looking out for the OpenCL support software.

Hi,
that helped me too.

Alexander

Mark Henderson
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I had this problem a year ago

I had this problem a year ago and it came back. I installed Boinc 7.0.64 and tried to run Einstein GPU workunits but errors out immediately with this error. I deleted all boinc directory and reinstalled 6.10.60 and it runs fine.
Any ideas???? Same problem and solution a year ago. All other projects were unaffected.

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I am getting this error and cannot run ant GPU work from Einstein on my system. All error out immediatly. Windows 7 64 bit.
All other GPU projects work fine.

- exit code -1073741515 (0xc0000135)

Upon some research I found an old post from Rom Walton, below.

My question is, how do I go about adding to the "Users" Group ?

http://boinc.berkeley.edu/trac/changeset/22977/boinc#

•WINSETUP: Avoid a 0xc0000135 error by giving the boinc_master and
boinc_project membership in the 'Users' group. Dynamic linking
to nvcuda.dll was failing because the project applications were
being denied access to DLLs in the system directory.

win_build/installerv2/redist/Windows/Win32/

boinccas.dll
boinccas95.dll

win_build/installerv2/redist/Windows/x64/

boinccas.dll
boinccas95.dll

Oliver Behnke
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Do you use the Intel OpenCL

Do you use the Intel OpenCL SDK/driver (see previous posts)?

Oliver

 


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Mark Henderson
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Will removing the OpenCL

Will removing the OpenCL drivers have any adverse effects on anything else. It looks to be only for Integrated graphics. I do have them installed.

Oliver Behnke
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I don't know about your

I don't know about your setup. If you need the Intel GPU you of course need the GPU driver. The OpenCL SDK, however, is only required for OpenCL-based computation on that GPU.

Users with a dedicated NVIDIA/AMD GPU often disable the integrated Intel GPU entirely in favour of the much more powerful dedicated devices. In such a case you probably even disable the Intel GPU in the BIOS and you wouldn't have to install its drivers in that case either.

Again, this depends on your needs.

Oliver

 


Einstein@Home Project

Mark Henderson
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I uninstalled the OpenCL and

I uninstalled the OpenCL and it works now with V7 Boinc. Thank you for the help. Einstein was the only project I had the problem with.

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