Geforce 310M CUDA 1GB Notebook Asus X52J Series
I don't think that it is being used...I'm trying to play Call of Duty Black Ops but it has some serious lag problems...
I'm up to date with the drivers...Firstly I've installed from the DVD Asus gave me and after that I've updated from Nvidia's website...
Here are my specs :

2 Video Cards: Nvidia Geforce 310 M 1GB CUDA (dedicated)
Intel HD Graphics 750mb (integrated)

Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i3 CPU M 370 @ 2.40GHz -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 6.8
Memory (RAM) 2.00 GB -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 5.5
Graphics Intel(R) HD Graphics -Windows Experience Index Subscore: [u][i][b]4.0[/b][/i][/u]
Gaming graphics 755 MB Total available graphics memory -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 6.0
Primary hard disk 23GB Free (39GB Total) -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 5.9

Only the integrated Video Card has been detected by Windows Experience Index but the installer has detected the dedicated one and installed it.Also Can you run it? says that I have a total of 1.7 GB Video Card memory(Dedicated + Integrated but it says that I have only the 310M)

Other Specs:

Manufacturer ASUSTeK Computer Inc.
Model K52Jc
Total amount of system memory [b]2.00 GB RAM DDR3[/b] (usable 1.8 GB)
System type [b]64-bit[/b] operating system ([b]Windows 7 Ultimate[/b] Build 7600)
Processor: Intel Core[b] i3[/b] CPU M370 @ [b]2.40 GHz[/b] (4 CPUs), ~2.4GHz
Number of processor cores: 2
Cache: [b]3MB[/b] on die Level 3 (if I know right)
Bios Vers: 08.00.10

Storage
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Total size of hard disk(s) [b]466 GB [/b]
Disk partition (C:) 23 GB Free (39 GB Total)
Disk partition (D:) 244 GB Free (427 GB Total)
Media drive (E:) CD/DVD


Graphics
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Display adapter type [b]Intel(R) HD Graphics[/b]
Total available graphics memory [b]755 MB[/b]
Dedicated graphics memory[b] 64 MB[/b]
Dedicated system memory 0 MB
Shared system memory [b]691 MB [/b]
Display adapter driver version [b]8.17.12.6658[/b]
Primary monitor resolution [b]1366x768[/b]
DirectX version[b] DirectX 10 [/b](dxdiag says that I have 11 but Windows Experience Index says that I have 10...Also on Geforce.com says that my Video Card doesn't supports DX11...but Asus strongly recommends me Windows 7 which has DX11 instead of Vista which has DX10..so I'm reaaaally confused here...)


Network
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Network Adapter Atheros AR9285 Wireless Network Adapter
Network Adapter JMicron PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet Adapter

If you need any other details just ask...
I searched the internet and it seems that the video cards swap when needed...the integrated one works mostly and when it comes about games it swaps to Nvidia Geforce 310M...but I don't think that mine does that...It keeps the same VGA all the time...I do not know why...
When it swaps to Nvidia the laptop should really get hot...but it remains just warm...as usual..
Also I've bought a cooling pad to avoid any overheatings...

Could someone help me?Could it be because I have 64bit instead of 32bit?
Please help!



THANKS IN ADVANCE!
I don't think that it is being used...I'm trying to play Call of Duty Black Ops but it has some serious lag problems...

I'm up to date with the drivers...Firstly I've installed from the DVD Asus gave me and after that I've updated from Nvidia's website...

Here are my specs :



2 Video Cards: Nvidia Geforce 310 M 1GB CUDA (dedicated)

Intel HD Graphics 750mb (integrated)



Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i3 CPU M 370 @ 2.40GHz -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 6.8

Memory (RAM) 2.00 GB -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 5.5

Graphics Intel(R) HD Graphics -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 4.0

Gaming graphics 755 MB Total available graphics memory -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 6.0

Primary hard disk 23GB Free (39GB Total) -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 5.9



Only the integrated Video Card has been detected by Windows Experience Index but the installer has detected the dedicated one and installed it.Also Can you run it? says that I have a total of 1.7 GB Video Card memory(Dedicated + Integrated but it says that I have only the 310M)



Other Specs:



Manufacturer ASUSTeK Computer Inc.

Model K52Jc

Total amount of system memory 2.00 GB RAM DDR3 (usable 1.8 GB)

System type 64-bit operating system (Windows 7 Ultimate Build 7600)

Processor: Intel Core i3 CPU M370 @ 2.40 GHz (4 CPUs), ~2.4GHz

Number of processor cores: 2

Cache: 3MB on die Level 3 (if I know right)

Bios Vers: 08.00.10



Storage

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Total size of hard disk(s) 466 GB

Disk partition (C:) 23 GB Free (39 GB Total)

Disk partition (D:) 244 GB Free (427 GB Total)

Media drive (E:) CD/DVD





Graphics

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Display adapter type Intel(R) HD Graphics

Total available graphics memory 755 MB

Dedicated graphics memory 64 MB

Dedicated system memory 0 MB

Shared system memory 691 MB

Display adapter driver version 8.17.12.6658

Primary monitor resolution 1366x768

DirectX version DirectX 10 (dxdiag says that I have 11 but Windows Experience Index says that I have 10...Also on Geforce.com says that my Video Card doesn't supports DX11...but Asus strongly recommends me Windows 7 which has DX11 instead of Vista which has DX10..so I'm reaaaally confused here...)





Network

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Network Adapter Atheros AR9285 Wireless Network Adapter

Network Adapter JMicron PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet Adapter



If you need any other details just ask...

I searched the internet and it seems that the video cards swap when needed...the integrated one works mostly and when it comes about games it swaps to Nvidia Geforce 310M...but I don't think that mine does that...It keeps the same VGA all the time...I do not know why...

When it swaps to Nvidia the laptop should really get hot...but it remains just warm...as usual..

Also I've bought a cooling pad to avoid any overheatings...



Could someone help me?Could it be because I have 64bit instead of 32bit?

Please help!







THANKS IN ADVANCE!

#1
Posted 02/06/2011 01:20 AM   
[quote name='NamedLuckyVidia' date='06 February 2011 - 08:20 AM' timestamp='1296955247' post='1189496']
I don't think that it is being used...I'm trying to play Call of Duty Black Ops but it has some serious lag problems...
I'm up to date with the drivers...Firstly I've installed from the DVD Asus gave me and after that I've updated from Nvidia's website...
Here are my specs :

2 Video Cards: Nvidia Geforce 310 M 1GB CUDA (dedicated)
Intel HD Graphics 750mb (integrated)

Processor Intel® Core™ i3 CPU M 370 @ 2.40GHz -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 6.8
Memory (RAM) 2.00 GB -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 5.5
Graphics Intel® HD Graphics -Windows Experience Index Subscore: [u][i][b]4.0[/b][/i][/u]
Gaming graphics 755 MB Total available graphics memory -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 6.0
Primary hard disk 23GB Free (39GB Total) -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 5.9

Only the integrated Video Card has been detected by Windows Experience Index but the installer has detected the dedicated one and installed it.Also Can you run it? says that I have a total of 1.7 GB Video Card memory(Dedicated + Integrated but it says that I have only the 310M)

Other Specs:

Manufacturer ASUSTeK Computer Inc.
Model K52Jc
Total amount of system memory [b]2.00 GB RAM DDR3[/b] (usable 1.8 GB)
System type [b]64-bit[/b] operating system ([b]Windows 7 Ultimate[/b] Build 7600)
Processor: Intel Core[b] i3[/b] CPU M370 @ [b]2.40 GHz[/b] (4 CPUs), ~2.4GHz
Number of processor cores: 2
Cache: [b]3MB[/b] on die Level 3 (if I know right)
Bios Vers: 08.00.10

Storage
------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------

Total size of hard disk(s) [b]466 GB [/b]
Disk partition (C:) 23 GB Free (39 GB Total)
Disk partition (D:) 244 GB Free (427 GB Total)
Media drive (E:) CD/DVD


Graphics
------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------

Display adapter type [b]Intel® HD Graphics[/b]
Total available graphics memory [b]755 MB[/b]
Dedicated graphics memory[b] 64 MB[/b]
Dedicated system memory 0 MB
Shared system memory [b]691 MB [/b]
Display adapter driver version [b]8.17.12.6658[/b]
Primary monitor resolution [b]1366x768[/b]
DirectX version[b] DirectX 10 [/b](dxdiag says that I have 11 but Windows Experience Index says that I have 10...Also on Geforce.com says that my Video Card doesn't supports DX11...but Asus strongly recommends me Windows 7 which has DX11 instead of Vista which has DX10..so I'm reaaaally confused here...)


Network
------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------

Network Adapter Atheros AR9285 Wireless Network Adapter
Network Adapter JMicron PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet Adapter

If you need any other details just ask...
I searched the internet and it seems that the video cards swap when needed...the integrated one works mostly and when it comes about games it swaps to Nvidia Geforce 310M...but I don't think that mine does that...It keeps the same VGA all the time...I do not know why...
When it swaps to Nvidia the laptop should really get hot...but it remains just warm...as usual..
Also I've bought a cooling pad to avoid any overheatings...

Could someone help me?Could it be because I have 64bit instead of 32bit?
Please help!



THANKS IN ADVANCE!
[/quote]

Had a similar problem. i posted the details in the thread:

[b]NVIDIA GeForce 310M Cuda Driver Installation Error[/b]
[quote name='NamedLuckyVidia' date='06 February 2011 - 08:20 AM' timestamp='1296955247' post='1189496']

I don't think that it is being used...I'm trying to play Call of Duty Black Ops but it has some serious lag problems...

I'm up to date with the drivers...Firstly I've installed from the DVD Asus gave me and after that I've updated from Nvidia's website...

Here are my specs :



2 Video Cards: Nvidia Geforce 310 M 1GB CUDA (dedicated)

Intel HD Graphics 750mb (integrated)



Processor Intel® Core™ i3 CPU M 370 @ 2.40GHz -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 6.8

Memory (RAM) 2.00 GB -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 5.5

Graphics Intel® HD Graphics -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 4.0

Gaming graphics 755 MB Total available graphics memory -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 6.0

Primary hard disk 23GB Free (39GB Total) -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 5.9



Only the integrated Video Card has been detected by Windows Experience Index but the installer has detected the dedicated one and installed it.Also Can you run it? says that I have a total of 1.7 GB Video Card memory(Dedicated + Integrated but it says that I have only the 310M)



Other Specs:



Manufacturer ASUSTeK Computer Inc.

Model K52Jc

Total amount of system memory 2.00 GB RAM DDR3 (usable 1.8 GB)

System type 64-bit operating system (Windows 7 Ultimate Build 7600)

Processor: Intel Core i3 CPU M370 @ 2.40 GHz (4 CPUs), ~2.4GHz

Number of processor cores: 2

Cache: 3MB on die Level 3 (if I know right)

Bios Vers: 08.00.10



Storage

------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------



Total size of hard disk(s) 466 GB

Disk partition (C:) 23 GB Free (39 GB Total)

Disk partition (D:) 244 GB Free (427 GB Total)

Media drive (E:) CD/DVD





Graphics

------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------



Display adapter type Intel® HD Graphics

Total available graphics memory 755 MB

Dedicated graphics memory 64 MB

Dedicated system memory 0 MB

Shared system memory 691 MB

Display adapter driver version 8.17.12.6658

Primary monitor resolution 1366x768

DirectX version DirectX 10 (dxdiag says that I have 11 but Windows Experience Index says that I have 10...Also on Geforce.com says that my Video Card doesn't supports DX11...but Asus strongly recommends me Windows 7 which has DX11 instead of Vista which has DX10..so I'm reaaaally confused here...)





Network

------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------



Network Adapter Atheros AR9285 Wireless Network Adapter

Network Adapter JMicron PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet Adapter



If you need any other details just ask...

I searched the internet and it seems that the video cards swap when needed...the integrated one works mostly and when it comes about games it swaps to Nvidia Geforce 310M...but I don't think that mine does that...It keeps the same VGA all the time...I do not know why...

When it swaps to Nvidia the laptop should really get hot...but it remains just warm...as usual..

Also I've bought a cooling pad to avoid any overheatings...



Could someone help me?Could it be because I have 64bit instead of 32bit?

Please help!







THANKS IN ADVANCE!





Had a similar problem. i posted the details in the thread:



NVIDIA GeForce 310M Cuda Driver Installation Error

#2
Posted 02/15/2011 01:12 PM   
[quote name='NamedLuckyVidia' date='06 February 2011 - 09:20 AM' timestamp='1296955247' post='1189496']
I don't think that it is being used...I'm trying to play Call of Duty Black Ops but it has some serious lag problems...
I'm up to date with the drivers...Firstly I've installed from the DVD Asus gave me and after that I've updated from Nvidia's website...
Here are my specs :

2 Video Cards: Nvidia Geforce 310 M 1GB CUDA (dedicated)
Intel HD Graphics 750mb (integrated)

Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i3 CPU M 370 @ 2.40GHz -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 6.8
Memory (RAM) 2.00 GB -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 5.5
Graphics Intel(R) HD Graphics -Windows Experience Index Subscore: [u][i][b]4.0[/b][/i][/u]
Gaming graphics 755 MB Total available graphics memory -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 6.0
Primary hard disk 23GB Free (39GB Total) -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 5.9

Only the integrated Video Card has been detected by Windows Experience Index but the installer has detected the dedicated one and installed it.Also Can you run it? says that I have a total of 1.7 GB Video Card memory(Dedicated + Integrated but it says that I have only the 310M)

Other Specs:

Manufacturer ASUSTeK Computer Inc.
Model K52Jc
Total amount of system memory [b]2.00 GB RAM DDR3[/b] (usable 1.8 GB)
System type [b]64-bit[/b] operating system ([b]Windows 7 Ultimate[/b] Build 7600)
Processor: Intel Core[b] i3[/b] CPU M370 @ [b]2.40 GHz[/b] (4 CPUs), ~2.4GHz
Number of processor cores: 2
Cache: [b]3MB[/b] on die Level 3 (if I know right)
Bios Vers: 08.00.10

Storage
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Total size of hard disk(s) [b]466 GB [/b]
Disk partition (C:) 23 GB Free (39 GB Total)
Disk partition (D:) 244 GB Free (427 GB Total)
Media drive (E:) CD/DVD


Graphics
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Display adapter type [b]Intel(R) HD Graphics[/b]
Total available graphics memory [b]755 MB[/b]
Dedicated graphics memory[b] 64 MB[/b]
Dedicated system memory 0 MB
Shared system memory [b]691 MB [/b]
Display adapter driver version [b]8.17.12.6658[/b]
Primary monitor resolution [b]1366x768[/b]
DirectX version[b] DirectX 10 [/b](dxdiag says that I have 11 but Windows Experience Index says that I have 10...Also on Geforce.com says that my Video Card doesn't supports DX11...but Asus strongly recommends me Windows 7 which has DX11 instead of Vista which has DX10..so I'm reaaaally confused here...)


Network
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Network Adapter Atheros AR9285 Wireless Network Adapter
Network Adapter JMicron PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet Adapter

If you need any other details just ask...
I searched the internet and it seems that the video cards swap when needed...the integrated one works mostly and when it comes about games it swaps to Nvidia Geforce 310M...but I don't think that mine does that...It keeps the same VGA all the time...I do not know why...
When it swaps to Nvidia the laptop should really get hot...but it remains just warm...as usual..
Also I've bought a cooling pad to avoid any overheatings...

Could someone help me?Could it be because I have 64bit instead of 32bit?
Please help!



THANKS IN ADVANCE!
[/quote]

Up for this one... I had the same notebook...

The VGA driver on the disc won't work on 32bit Windows7.
I installed it on 64 bit but driver updates on Nvidia and Asus doesn't work.
My system hangs up upon login.

Nvidia, please fix this... I can't use CUDA...!!!!
[quote name='NamedLuckyVidia' date='06 February 2011 - 09:20 AM' timestamp='1296955247' post='1189496']

I don't think that it is being used...I'm trying to play Call of Duty Black Ops but it has some serious lag problems...

I'm up to date with the drivers...Firstly I've installed from the DVD Asus gave me and after that I've updated from Nvidia's website...

Here are my specs :



2 Video Cards: Nvidia Geforce 310 M 1GB CUDA (dedicated)

Intel HD Graphics 750mb (integrated)



Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i3 CPU M 370 @ 2.40GHz -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 6.8

Memory (RAM) 2.00 GB -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 5.5

Graphics Intel(R) HD Graphics -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 4.0

Gaming graphics 755 MB Total available graphics memory -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 6.0

Primary hard disk 23GB Free (39GB Total) -Windows Experience Index Subscore: 5.9



Only the integrated Video Card has been detected by Windows Experience Index but the installer has detected the dedicated one and installed it.Also Can you run it? says that I have a total of 1.7 GB Video Card memory(Dedicated + Integrated but it says that I have only the 310M)



Other Specs:



Manufacturer ASUSTeK Computer Inc.

Model K52Jc

Total amount of system memory 2.00 GB RAM DDR3 (usable 1.8 GB)

System type 64-bit operating system (Windows 7 Ultimate Build 7600)

Processor: Intel Core i3 CPU M370 @ 2.40 GHz (4 CPUs), ~2.4GHz

Number of processor cores: 2

Cache: 3MB on die Level 3 (if I know right)

Bios Vers: 08.00.10



Storage

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Total size of hard disk(s) 466 GB

Disk partition (C:) 23 GB Free (39 GB Total)

Disk partition (D:) 244 GB Free (427 GB Total)

Media drive (E:) CD/DVD





Graphics

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Display adapter type Intel(R) HD Graphics

Total available graphics memory 755 MB

Dedicated graphics memory 64 MB

Dedicated system memory 0 MB

Shared system memory 691 MB

Display adapter driver version 8.17.12.6658

Primary monitor resolution 1366x768

DirectX version DirectX 10 (dxdiag says that I have 11 but Windows Experience Index says that I have 10...Also on Geforce.com says that my Video Card doesn't supports DX11...but Asus strongly recommends me Windows 7 which has DX11 instead of Vista which has DX10..so I'm reaaaally confused here...)





Network

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Network Adapter Atheros AR9285 Wireless Network Adapter

Network Adapter JMicron PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet Adapter



If you need any other details just ask...

I searched the internet and it seems that the video cards swap when needed...the integrated one works mostly and when it comes about games it swaps to Nvidia Geforce 310M...but I don't think that mine does that...It keeps the same VGA all the time...I do not know why...

When it swaps to Nvidia the laptop should really get hot...but it remains just warm...as usual..

Also I've bought a cooling pad to avoid any overheatings...



Could someone help me?Could it be because I have 64bit instead of 32bit?

Please help!







THANKS IN ADVANCE!





Up for this one... I had the same notebook...



The VGA driver on the disc won't work on 32bit Windows7.

I installed it on 64 bit but driver updates on Nvidia and Asus doesn't work.

My system hangs up upon login.



Nvidia, please fix this... I can't use CUDA...!!!!

#3
Posted 05/30/2011 03:20 AM   
i have the same problem , i have a X52j ASUS notebook .... PLEASE HELP US!!!
i have the same problem , i have a X52j ASUS notebook .... PLEASE HELP US!!!

#4
Posted 06/22/2011 12:02 PM   
Scroll To Top