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As it reads, I was recently using a ADATA 32g SSD and upgraded to 2 C300's. I made a bit of a mistake buying two SSD's hoping to raid0 them on my Marvell 9128 controller, but alas, I should have googled first.

Suffice it to say, after using modded drivers, and wasting several hours, I got fed up with the whole thing and ended up just removing the ADATA drive and installed the 2 C300's in raid0 on my Intel sata2 controller.

Thus losing any user data (not a big loss), but also lost my little F@H info.

I had just started folding really anyways, but I was wondering, is there any way to recapture into HFM.net my previous work history for those missing 5 WU's? I can still see them I believe on the web, but it gives me that warm, glowy feeling to see them in my client lol.


Also, while I suspect the answer is no, is there a client for folding on a Radeon 69XX series?

Thanks for the help all!
    
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This is the reason why you don't use onboard RAID.
I highly doubt you'll be able to recover much data from your drives.
Just start over new.

But no, there is no client available. It's been said that it will be around the end of Q1.
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This is the reason why you don't use onboard RAID.
I highly doubt you'll be able to recover much data from your drives.
Just start over new.

But no, there is no client available. It's been said that it will be around the end of Q1.
I think you misunderstood. I'm not interested in recovering data from the old SSD. I was hoping rather there was a way to import that data as it is logged in the folding DB @ folding.extremeoverclocking.com. If not, not the end of the world, as it was only 5 WU's.

And I'd heard the same thing about the ATI client. Bummer.
    
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I think you misunderstood. I'm not interested in recovering data from the old SSD. I was hoping rather there was a way to import that data as it is logged in the folding DB @ folding.extremeoverclocking.com. If not, not the end of the world, as it was only 5 WU's.

And I'd heard the same thing about the ATI client. Bummer.
Wait... Wut? I think you don't understand the concept. Nothing is stored @ the EOC website. It's only between you and Stanford, when you're done completing the WU. It's sent to them, nothing really remains on your computer.
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HFM data is simply based on the local client for that PC. There isn't anything statistically specific that you can import to HFM from any other source..
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Wait... Wut? I think you don't understand the concept. Nothing is stored @ the EOC website. It's only between you and Stanford, when you're done completing the WU. It's sent to them, nothing really remains on your computer.
Ah. Apparently I don't then . I was under the assumption that the HFM client kept a log of the work you've done, and as it is able to be viewed on the web, I assumed there was a DB somewhere besides Stanford.

I was simply hoping to be able to update my HFM client to accurately show work already done, that I can view on the website.
    
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Ah. Apparently I don't then . I was under the assumption that the HFM client kept a log of the work you've done, and as it is able to be viewed on the web, I assumed there was a DB somewhere besides Stanford.

I was simply hoping to be able to update my HFM client to accurately show work already done, that I can view on the website.
HFM does keep a log. But just keeps a log of what you see on the console client. Basically if you have any errors, you can go back and check the log to see whats up.

EOC just takes the stats from Stanford and puts it on nice little graphs etc. The Standford stats website isn't as nice.
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Cool man. Thanks for the info. +rep
    
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Your folding client keeps a local log of work completed.
Your folding client also updates the website when WU's are done.

HFM simply reads the folding client's generated log file.
The Stanford DB doesn't contain that specific of information to track a lot of end-user/team values aside form WU's completed and points.
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Cool man. Thanks for the info. +rep
Don't worry. If you have any other questions about it, feel free to ask It's what we are here for.
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