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Cuda will not running on my tesla c1060 card

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Hi,

I have a box (with 64 bit xp) with 3 graphics cards installed, 2 non cuda enable Quadro cards and one Tesla C1060 card. The tesla card has the latest driver installed and i installed these components:
cudatoolkit_3.0_win_64.exe
devdriver_3.0_winxp_64_197.13_general.exe
gpucomputingsdk_3.0_win_64.exe

My box registers as having cuda installed, however when i try to run any cuda program i get the following error:
CUDA error: no CUDA-capable device is available

I have disabled the 2 non cuda cards through hardware manager but with the same result. I asked IT to remove the other 2 cards to force the Tesla to be used (in case this is a hardware issue) but they are unable to do this as the tesla card does not have a monitor plugin.

Any other ideas?

Cheers
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Also on the 'Display Properties - Settings'  the 'default Monitor on' value is null/blank, i'm not sure what this indicates?
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Ah - i had been using Windows Remote Desktop Connection to connect to the box, for some reason this meant that i didnt have access to any of the cards which was causing the problem. Thanks
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