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1) Questions and Answers : Windows : Client error (Message 4207)
Posted 3606 days ago by WTBroughton
> > >I have on a very few occassions had reports of overclocking from
> other
> > programs
> > that are CPU and memory intensive. What do I do about it? I tried
> removing the
> > cache once and my computer ran like a dog!!
> >
> > I am getting the following client error message :-
> > Unrecoverable error for result 041w_100030240_0 ( - exit code -5
> (0xfffffffb))
> >
> >
> exit code -5 usually means the model terminated due to faulty calculations
> (i.e. unexpected and unrealistic output variable results). This means the
> model went unstable. This can be due to model parameters, but if it happens
> persistently, it is usually due to hardware problems when running at 100% CPU
> and memory intensive.
Thanks for help and advice. I've tracked the problem down to the memory. By reducing the DRAM frequency manually (instead of using the SPD default) I now have a stable system.
>
> Check out these two stickies in the regular CPDN forum for checking out
> hardware:
>
> http://www.climateprediction.net/board/viewtopic.php?t=2126
>
> http://www.climateprediction.net/board/viewtopic.php?t=2124
>
>
2) Questions and Answers : Windows : Client error (Message 2673)
Posted 3620 days ago by WTBroughton
> Is your Athlon really running at 2600 MHz? CPDN stresses the CPU and memory
> subsystem heavier than Seti and instability may result, even though you can
> successfully run other DC projects.
>
> What is the client error message that you are getting?
>
>I have on a very few occassions had reports of overclocking from other programs
that are CPU and memory intensive. What do I do about it? I tried removing the cache once and my computer ran like a dog!!

I am getting the following client error message :-
Unrecoverable error for result 041w_100030240_0 ( - exit code -5 (0xfffffffb))
3) Questions and Answers : Windows : Client error (Message 2562)
Posted 3621 days ago by WTBroughton
I\'ve just joined and started processing. I have a 2600Mhz AMD Athlon running Windows XP Home edition and I\'m using Boinc 4.05. My work unit runs for between 3 & 6 minutes and then I get a client error. The results are uploaded and I go through the cycle again. After three or four cycles after requesting more work I get a report back from the server telling me my No work available (daily quota exceeded).
I\'m also running Seti@home on Boinc 4.05 quite successfully and on previous versions of Boinc have run Predictor@home successfully.
Any suggestions as to where I should be looking for this problem would be greatly appreciated.




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