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Message 57473 - Posted: 10 Mar 2013, 18:34:29 UTC - in response to Message 57471.  

I will try the update, thanks.

One more thing to mention:
I have updated the AMD drivers to latest beta ones, as I got spontaneous reboots of the system when doing gpu (Einstein or Milkyway).
Screens blink as well at times.
Seems to be stable now with Einstein and Rosetta for 24 hours.
Win7 64bit and AMD HD5870 (1GB).
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Message 57477 - Posted: 11 Mar 2013, 0:10:55 UTC - in response to Message 57473.  

I will try the update, thanks.

One more thing to mention:
I have updated the AMD drivers to latest beta ones, as I got spontaneous reboots of the system when doing gpu (Einstein or Milkyway).
Screens blink as well at times.
Seems to be stable now with Einstein and Rosetta for 24 hours.
Win7 64bit and AMD HD5870 (1GB).


You are not the first one with that problem. Others did report it too (see thread After driver update all gpu wu's fail).
Your problem is the driver update.
AFAIK ccc13.1 is throwing that warning about "OpenCL extension is now part of core" but still works; ccc13.2 gives the clBuildProgram failure.

It's possibly the trick used to get the old IL kernel running isn't working anymore. If HD79xx cards don't show that errors, it would hint into the same direction.
Or it could simply be a bug starting in ccc13.1 and getting worth in ccc13.2
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