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You don't add any -advmethods flag in the properties of the client's shortcut. The only thing you add in the properties of the shortcut is "-smp"

As long as you enable advmethods by saying "Yes" in the configuration, you'll be set.
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that is weird try restarting the computer. If its the same way see if everything is well setup did you fallow this guide? Check it all again
Yea, just rebooting and it gave me a WU from project 4604. Yep followed that guide (I posted a screenshot of my setup to verify a few posts prior).

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You don't add any -advmethods flag in the properties of the client's shortcut. The only thing you add in the properties of the shortcut is "-smp"

As long as you enable advmethods by saying "Yes" in the configuration, you'll be set.
Okie dokie. Well for now ima remove it and leave it clocking overnight- bedtime for bonzo here

Thanks for the help guys!
    
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Humm that wu is not a A3 though it is working maybe server issues lets hope you get an A3 tomorrow
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Seth, I think a goal for you is to see if your dual core can fit 2 a3's per 24hr period in. In order to fit 3 in you must have a sub 5 min TPF, no way that will happen on a dual core.

Another way to look at it is not what you can fit in in one day but the cumulative effect of faster folding. The higher OC will benifit you ,it just will take longer to see this benifit. What I mean is ,don't get discouraged if your EOC update points don't increase substancialy quickly, go for the long haul.
Thanks man. Ill check out the 24hr period and see what the trend is. Appreciated.
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Humm that wu is not a A3 though it is working maybe server issues lets hope you get an A3 tomorrow
Woke up to find that after that last WU the cpu folding client stated the work files were incorrect or something and just sat there all night

Thankfully I have read a few threads in the past...deleted the work log from the folder, rebooted, and got me an A3! Now hopefully nothing else goes wrong while I'm at work now

GPU client on the other hand has just been grabbin WU's and chewing em up like nobodies businesss
    
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was about time all was good
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Hi guys. I have followed those instructions from A-Z and everything is up and running. I am getting between 8-10k PPd and TPF 00:04:00
But after 60-180 minutes my system hangs/freezes. I have i7 930 with no overclock (2,9GHz turbo mode) cpu core heat is around 50°c with 100% load. I put my rig below so you can see, what can be the reason for this freeze?

Gigabyte GA X58A UD7
Intel i7 930 @ 2,9GHZ
Kingstone hyperX 3x2GB 1600MHz
Cooler Master PSU 850W

P.S. I did have overclock yesterday 3,8GHz and that was all stable with all stress tests and core around 72°c, but as this started to freeze I set all BIOS to orginal with no overclocking at all....but still freezes.

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was about time all was good
It WAS, until my water cooling pump died
    
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post #229 of 1425
My core is working on "ProtoMol" @ 609 PPD - I've never seen that before, can anyone tall me something about this? Normal or not?
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Followed the guide on the first page completed 11 wu's it then started a new wu i didn't check the project number but it got to 60% then i shut the client down by Ctrl + C to turn my rig off restarted and it lost the work done.
Now it has downloaded a small wu again, so have i lost all my work i've done which will mean i need to do 11 wu's again or not ?

Also i did skip the first 3 steps in the setup guide, and i installed the smp clinet to the desktop too ?
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