Last night i started folding on a 460 i recently bought, everything was going fine, knocked out 3-4 wu's before morning, and another couple before mid day. I turned my computer off for an hour or so, and now v6 is stuck in sleeping? I looked through the log and this is what it is saying.
(if you guys need to see more of the log let me know) i did a search and one user said it means that the oc isn't stable enough to fold. well, i dropped the oc back down past where it was last night / this morning while it was folding and still the same problem. i'm going to be gone most of tomorrow so i'd like to have it up and folding again.
[04:59:55] Folding@Home GPU Core [04:59:55] Version 2.15 (Tue Nov 16 09:05:18 PST 2010) [04:59:55] [04:59:55] Build host: SimbiosNvdWin7 [04:59:55] Board Type: NVIDIA/CUDA [04:59:55] Core : x=15 [04:59:55] Window's signal control handler registered. [04:59:55] Preparing to commence simulation [04:59:55] - Ensuring status. Please wait. [05:00:05] - Looking at optimizations... [05:00:05] - Working with standard loops on this execution. [05:00:05] Examination of work files indicates 8 consecutive improper terminations of core. [05:00:05] sizeof(CORE_PACKET_HDR) = 512 file=<> [05:00:05] - Expanded 44262 -> 172159 (decompressed 388.9 percent) [05:00:05] Called DecompressByteArray: compressed_data_size=44262 data_size=172159, decompressed_data_size=172159 diff=0 [05:00:05] - Digital signature verified [05:00:05] [05:00:05] Project: 6806 (Run 7924, Clone 2, Gen 34) [05:00:05] [05:00:05] Entering M.D. [05:00:07] Tpr hash work/wudata_05.tpr: 3769698525 251587837 3898845571 146874433 2860841878 [05:00:07] Working on 2 PEPTIDE (1-42) [05:00:07] Client config found, loading data. [05:00:09] CoreStatus = 63 (99) [05:00:09] + Error starting Folding@home core. [05:00:09] Folding@Home will go to sleep for 1 day as there have been 5 consecutive Cores executed which failed to complete a work unit. [05:00:09] (To wake it up early, quit the application and restart it.) [05:00:09] If problems persist, please visit our website at http://folding.stanford.edu for help. [05:00:09] + Sleeping...