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My client has.... been disruptive... as of late.

First, I kept getting "Fah_3a..." has stopped responding and it would ditch the WU.

That stopped, but now it's not -smp, even though the tag is there in target. It's taking like 5% of the CPU up. That's it. This is all of a sudden, just happened.

Halp meh? Plaeze D:
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That is usually a unstable overclock.
Check which unit you are currently folding, if its an A3 unit then just close it and reopen it with the -smp shortcut.
If it isn't an A3 unit go ahead and delete the work folder/queue.dat file.
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Oh, it may be the clock.
I've been fiddling around in bios a bit, I might just lower the clock.

Thanks Chris, grats on the Editor promotion

EDIT: Knocked back the clock, all is well.

Thanks again Chris.
Edited by fr0st. - 1/9/11 at 11:13am
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