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post #11 of 13
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Originally Posted by langer1972 View Post

So its not my rig?

How is "Unstable Machine" not your rig.
post #12 of 13
^Could just be a faulty WU, which does indeed happen from time to time.
post #13 of 13
On an overclocked system when you get a unstable machine error, your first guess should be that's it's your system and the OC rather than assume it's not your system. Checking out on the foldingforum to see if anybody else is reporting issues with that WU or if Stanford has announced any other reasons that would account for this being a problem on their end sounds like a good idea. But assume it's your system until proven otherwise.
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