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Anyone else having this problem with Human Proteine Folding?

Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by hat, Dec 2, 2009.

  1. hat

    hat Enthusiast

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    I came home from school today and opened up WCG to see what was going on, and I had 3 work units with the computing error error, and they were all human proteome folding. Wazzup?
     
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    So far nothing unusual here.
     
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    The guide to setting up WCG did say Human Proteome was the most error prone with OC. I chose to exclude them from my Projects. Have any change in clocks lately?
     
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    half the time i get error when im doing Human Proteine so i just dont que up for it
     
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    Never had this problem with any project.But boinc manager don't download new jobs since sunday night ???
     
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    Hrm. It's possible that my hardware is wearing out and needs more voltage. I normally keep it at 3GHz on 1.3v, and it passed hours of OCCT Linpack there, but I have had another weird problem with it other than this—it crashed on L4D once... hrm.

    I'll have to feed it more. I certianly don't want to be sending in bad results...
     
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    HPF2 gives a lot of errors on a lot of machines, so I don't run it. Unless you enjoy constantly babysitting your computers, I would unselect it
     
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