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Sat Nov 7 17:50:13 CET 2015
You need the vcredist_x64.exe, not arm.
If you have further problems, please make a report in our bug tracker,
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Am 07.11.15 um 17:30 schrieb Justin Migliorisi:
> When I try and install the vcredist_arm it tells me its not a Win32 application. Whats the deal?
>> On Nov 7, 2015, at 10:27 AM, Thomas Dinges <blender at dingto.org> wrote:
>> Make sure that you have the Visual C++ Redistributable Package installed
>> and if that doesn't fix it, also the latest official nvidia drivers.
>> Apart from that, it should work fine. Blender 2.76b includes the sm_52
>> Am 07.11.15 um 17:12 schrieb Justin Migliorisi:
>>> Currently I am running Windows 7 Home Premium (64bit) with a GTX 980 ti GPU. I can not get any 64bit version of blender working on my computer. When I go to open the application it just dies right away. The 32bit versions all seem to work however the GPU won’t work for any versions past 2.73a. When I try rendering with the GPU it says that the kernel 5.2 is missing. Ive looked in the lib file to try and rename the kernel 50 but it doesn’t seem to exist. How do I fix this?
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