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Don't use Fahmon...

I don't and I still got 3400 point yesterday.

The fix I said earlier is without using fahmon.
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Hey my badluck seems to be never ending, now the SMP seems to be struck at this point after finishing the wu, what am I supposed to do now?



I have lost more than 3 wu's this way
Nice Razor1911 folder on your desktop...hax
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Nice Razor1911 folder on your desktop...hax
It's just a folder
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Bugiardo


Whatever if you don't know how to help me don't post here pls
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I'll be honest with you I'm thinking there may be a problem with your O/C. If you read the log it says the core was teminated improperly and it's using standard loops. Generally, this indicates system instability. I have had this same problem before on unstable O/Cs with my Q6600.

Have you done a 24 hour stress test in Prime95? Both my folding machines use the same mobo as you, and whenever I have problems with F@H like that, I will end up getting errors in Prime95 within 24 hours.
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I'll be honest with you I'm thinking there may be a problem with your O/C. If you read the log it says the core was teminated improperly and it's using standard loops. Generally, this indicates system instability. I have had this same problem before on unstable O/Cs with my Q6600.

Have you done a 24 hour stress test in Prime95? Both my folding machines use the same mobo as you, and whenever I have problems with F@H like that, I will end up getting errors in Prime95 within 24 hours.
I agree with Kilzon.

Try keeping all the voltage the same and declock to 3.7GHz instead of 3.87GHz. See how one WU would do at 3.7GHz.
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