I see you are on 32 bit Vista. I am not sure if it realistic to run MAGMA on 32 bit Vista. In any case you will need to be able to run CUDA for it to make sense to run MAGMA.
For CUDA see http://www.nvidia.co.uk/object/cuda_home_new_uk.html
MAGMA is a set of libraries designed to make CUDA more available so that users can solve linear algebra using the compute power of the graphics card or special processor in their computer.
You will need to download and install CUDA for windows from http://developer.nvidia.com/object/cuda ... loads.html
I can only be of limited help with that as I use the Linux version.
Questions for you:
Do you have a CUDA compatible graphics card - see http://www.nvidia.co.uk/object/cuda_gpus_uk.html
If NO then there is no point trying to work with MAGMA.
How much memory does your computer have?
What is your aim in attempting to run MAGMA?
If when you have looked at this you still want to run MAGMA I guess you will need some more help.
I hope this helps