I just bought a new computer, put together by a mate of mine, with being a Maya and Mudbox beast being the primary concern.
I am using the student version of both as I am completing my degree, but it should have the full functionality.
Anyways, I go to load up Mudbox for the first time and it gives me this:
"Unsupported Graphics Hardware: Mudbox requires ATI or NVIDIA graphics. Please click on this link: Certified Hardware (http://www.autodesk.com/mudbox-hardware)for more information. Exiting "
Clicking OK kills the app.
Problem is, here are my specs:
CPU/Processor Intel S1155 i7-2600K Quad Core 3.40 GHz, CoolerMaster Hyper 212 EVO, ASUS P8Z68-V Gen3, Corsair Vengeance 1600C9 16GB, Corsair HX-850, CoolerMaster CM 690 II Advanced, Seagate Barracuda 1TB SATA3, Intel 120GB SSD, Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
ASUS GeForce GTX NVIDIA 570 DirectCU II - With the latest driver installed.
Does anyone know why this is occurring? Though the Mudbox certified hardware list does not include it, it is still NVIDIA, and my understanding is that it should still load, they just don't guarantee it as having been explicitly tested. I cannot get Mudbox to load, and this is the main reason I needed this souped up computer!
Any help is much appreciated. Has anyone else had this issue?
NVIDIA Display settings are not available. You are not currently using a display attached to an NVIDIA GPU.
The guy who built it used my other monitor (DELL 4:3) and I currently have connected a DELL 16:9 monitor. Maybe the graphics card is installed but there is some issue that the monitor is not using it correctly?
I have no idea how to tell. I might try the other monitor.
I have the exact same problem and I have everything plugged in correctly with GTX 690 card and latest drivers. I have a new install on Win 7 and have never been able to open it. I have seen this all over the net is anyone fixing this?
BUMP- The entire community is stumped?
My problem was that there is a monitor connection to the motherboard at the back, as well as two monitor connections at the back to the graphics card. I had one monitor plugged into the motherboard and the other monitor into the graphics card.
Make sure that the cables are to the graphics card, not the motherboard. Aside from that, I got nothing for ya.