I would like to add that I used CUDALink on my PC (Windows 10, M1200) and on a server (2x K2 until recently, now 2x P4) prior to 12.2. Since I installed 12.2, CUDA did not work. The same issues are described several times in this thread.
I also removed Mathematica completely as described on the Wolfram website and re-installed Mathematica, Visual Studio 2019, nVidia GPU, CUDA toolkit 11.2 from scratch. No problem compiling GPU code in the VS2019 environment but CUDA in 12.2 does not work.
I rely heavily on CUDA.
I am working myself through various 12.2 issues (SerialLink?, R?, Julia?, ...). Unluckily, I cannot test everything from my well-equipped and well-connected home office but I thought I could solve the CUDA issues. I will give this up, until Wolfram provides a solution.
EDIT: Well so much about stopping.
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