UNHANDLED EXCEPTION V4.97

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Message 13410 - Posted: 10 Apr 2006, 19:02:56 UTC

I have 2 computers both generating a large number of computing errors ever since version 4.97 started. Results can be viewed here .

Both machines share their time 50-50 with Seti@Home (and have from day 1 of adding Rosetta) and due to previous problems, both are set to leave in memory.

Please help - I don't like wasting my crunching time and may suspend Rosetta if this does not resolve shortly.
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Message 13414 - Posted: 10 Apr 2006, 19:19:57 UTC

It's a known problem. Update your client to 4.98 and it should be ok.
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Message 13415 - Posted: 10 Apr 2006, 19:51:16 UTC - in response to Message 13414.  

It's a known problem. Update your client to 4.98 and it should be ok.

How do I update clent (I thouhgt all that "magically" happened through the manager)? I have new WUs further in my que that are listed as 4.98 which I assume will change over, but I still have several 4.97 units - do I abort these?
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Message 13420 - Posted: 10 Apr 2006, 20:17:51 UTC - in response to Message 13415.  

It's a known problem. Update your client to 4.98 and it should be ok.

How do I update clent (I thouhgt all that "magically" happened through the manager)? I have new WUs further in my que that are listed as 4.98 which I assume will change over, but I still have several 4.97 units - do I abort these?


Jup, just abort the lot (4.97). Most if not all of them will give you nothing but a headache anyway ;)
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